Mastering a peerless golf swing requires intense concentration on the arc of the club and a healthy disregard for the condition of your neighbor’s statue garden. Control your projectile’s path with today’s Groupon to Sweet Swing Golf. Choose from the following options:
- For $59, you get five one-hour group clinic lessons (up to a $175 value).<p>
- For $89, you get a private-lesson package (up to a $380 total value) that includes:
- Four private half-hour golf lessons (up to a $240 value)
- Video swing analysis (a $140 value)<p>
- For $119, you get a private-play package (up to a $495 total value) that includes:
- Three private half-hour golf lessons (up to a $180 value)
- Video swing analysis (a $140 value)
- Nine-hole playing lesson (a $175 value) at either Bobby Jones Golf Course, Alfred Tup Golf Course, or Candler Park Golf Course.
A graduate of the Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach, lauded linksman Michael Hughes streamlines errant swings through hands-on lessons and high-tech analysis. With more than 80 professional tournaments under his argyle-stained belt, Hughes champions a specialized training approach for beginner, intermediate, and advanced stick swingers and will provide clubs for student use if necessary. Through private or small group sessions, students glean know-how on proper grip, stance, swing, and follow-through as they strive to improve consistency and reach a personal apex in accuracy, power, and grass trivia.
As a complement to each one-hour private lesson, Hughes devotes 10–15 minutes to video analysis, recording each stroke using V1Pro and cSwing technology. Though not included in today’s deal, Sweet Swing can furnish digital copies of swing videos for DVD or flash drive, so students can learn with a visual aid or toss popcorn at the screen during disappointing swings. Private lessons will be at Northcrest Driving Range, whereas playing lessons will be at your choice of three area golf courses: Bobby Jones Golf Course, Alfred Tup Golf Course, or Candler Park Golf Course. During playing lessons, Michael will usher students through a nine-hole vision quest as they decipher each devious hole and slay the specters of Bogies Past.
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Once an elite basketball player, Sweet Swing Golf head instructor Michael Hughes learned to love the game of golf later in life, transforming himself from a net-tickling gym rat to a birdie-hunting golf hamster by graduating from Myrtle Beach’s Golf Academy of America. Michael helps golfers of all skill levels to mold steady, repeatable, and flame-resistant swing techniques.