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GolfTEC Training Camp gets you ready for the season

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Baseball has Spring Training, football has their summer training camps, but what does golf have?

Arrive at the course 15 minutes before your tee time on a cool April morning and hit a few balls?

That isn't going to cut it when there is an opportunity for so much more.

180 GolfTEC Improvement Centers throughout the North America - including those 70+ in Golfsmith stores nationwide will be offering a personalized Training Camp to those looking to get ready for the golf season. This is an all-inclusive package of lessons, video practice and club fitting that one would expect to ripen a golfer's game heading into the spring.

The program began last year, but it's getting bigger this time around.

“Last year’s debut of Training Camp allowed many of our students to start the year in the right direction,” states Joe Assell, President and CEO of GolfTEC. “With consistent practice in our training bays, golfers worked on their swing improvements in the pre-season and took their games to the course ready to go.”

The comprehensive program includes a total Swing Evaluation by a GolfTEC Certified Personal Coach. This will be captured on and that is followed by a series of 10 private lessons inside the high tech and specially equipped GolfTEC training bays. Also included are 18 hours of video-based practice in the golfer’s “Training Camp” schedule.

They have all the bases covered, and you have a lot of flexibility here when it comes to your busy schedule.
This is preseason for the golfer and it's easy.

Sign-up for GolfTEC’s “Training Camp” from now to February 28, 2014. For more details check out www.golftec.com.

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