Every golf course goes through a rebellious phase, sprouting water hazards, obnoxious sand traps, or an anchor tattoo on its back nine. Learn to discipline reckless terrains with today's Groupon from Mark Weghorst at Zionsville Golf Practice Center in Zionsville. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a one-hour private golf lesson from Mark Weghorst (a $70 value).
- For $99, you get three one-hour private golf lessons from Mark Weghorst (a $195 value).
MAC college champion golfer Mark Weghorst imparts the fundamentals of the game through private lessons that incorporate video feedback for precise and applicable study. Spend an hour on the green fairways of the Zionsville Golf Practice Center with this experienced fairway fanatic, who will focus all his attention on steadying swings, correcting postures, and whispering tales of corked club conspiracies. Using video analysis with V1 software, Mark records player technique, allowing his students to watch themselves swing and putt as he shares corrective tips. During each one-hour lesson, Mark will parlay fundamentals and create practical drills to cement good golfing habits. Regardless of player level, the private lessons focus on the elements of the game that need improvement, whether it's swinging, putting, or avoiding the perilous grip of sand-trap worms. Golfers leave the lesson with a newly minted sense of confidence and a DVD of their lesson for future study. Pupils going for three lessons will have a chance to return after spending time studying their videos, ready to apply their skills and impress the instructor with a carefully rehearsed break-dance routine.
Mark Weghorst Golf Academy
Mark Weghorst knows a thing or two about developing a sound golf game—the Carmel native played golf at Brebeuf Jesuit and went on to win the Mid-American Conference tournament as an individual while playing at Ohio's Miami University. After competing on several professional mini tours, Mark has returned to the Indianapolis area to help other golfers fine-tune their games. During lessons, golfers correct any flaws in their swings from Mark’s feedback, aided with V1 Pro video swing analysis and the trackman launch monitor . His lessons put to use all of the amenities at Zionsville Golf Practice Center, which has a driving range with heated stalls, a wedge range for short-game practice, and a plane board—a training device that helps golfers break the habit of slicing a shot into another dimension.