Receive an evaluation of your current golf swing, golf conditioning and equipment by our team of experts.
Unsure of what you need to do to improve your game? We can help you
by prioritizing your needs. Our 90 minute analysis breaks down your full
swing, short game, physical capabilities and equipment to determine
what you need to do to take your game to the next level. This
Evaluation does not take the place of a club-fitting and is typically a
precursor to a player looking to work on all facets of their game
and/or initiating a Golf Improvement Program.
This is an important step in the process. We need to understand your goals, what you’ve experimented with, and your strengths and weaknesses. Physical limitations and issues are discussed as well as your prior experiences with lessons. It's important to understand where you've been, what you’re trying to accomplish and your level of commitment.
Our Titleist Performance Level III Certified Trainer will put you through an evaluation to determine what if any physical limitations exist and how they are affecting your golf swing. This part of the session lasts about 30 minutes and includes looking at your swing on our 3D Imaging K Vest as well as a multiple step process to assess your strength, flexibility, balance and power. Any physical limitations will affect the efficiency of your golf swing.
Our golf professional videotapes your swing from two angles, analyzes
the results from our K-Vest 3D Device and SAM PUTT Lab equipment to
determine if your swing is effective and efficient. We also evaluate
your chipping and pitching motions.
This is an assessment of your current equipment only and not a
substitute for a club fitting. We do an evaluation of your Driver and 6
iron as well as your putter. We measure your club-head speed, and
various measurements of the shaft during the downswing to determine if
the shafts you have match-up with what you need. We also check length
of clubs and other elements to determine if your clubs are suited for
you or actually hurting your game. For the putter, we put
you through a distance control and aim test. If you don't aim your
putter at the hole from six feet, it means your putter is not set up
properly for you. Distance control is also a key element of putting and
both aim and distance control can often be improved with a correctly
Our professionals put their heads together to determine what is
needed to help improve your game. We determine if your short game, your
swing, physical issues or equipment are getting in your way.