Golfers shaken and stirred by playing hide and seek with their swing mechanics can find pure stress relief at the Gregg Foley and Joe Dubinski Winter Golf School’s new location.
The duo, in their third year of offering players of all skill levels top-flight game and fitness instruction, are now located at 302 Legget Dr. (Unit 102) in Kanata where their spacious 6,000 sq.-ft. facility is home to two Flightscope monitors, 15 hitting stations and a 500 sq.-ft. SYNLawn putting/chipping green.
The school caters to all budgets and career schedules with flexible winter memberships, seasonal memberships, junior memberships, senior memberships, couple’s memberships, individual lessons and semi-private lessons.
There’s a $25 off seasonal packages special for Executive Golf members when they present their EG card.
A Christmas gift-giving special has been put in place for men and women. It includes instruction from Jan. 2 until April 20 for $399.
There’s also a four-week group lesson program beginning Jan. 4 and Jan. 5 and a month long schedule of Golf-Fit/Titleist Performance Institute classes kicks in on Jan. 6.
Foley and Dubinski, who are both well-known PGA of Canada Class “A” instructors, blend their expertise with tried and true modern technology to produce better results for students.
They use the K-Vest that’s been developed by the Titleist Performance Institute to break down swing efficiency and movement patterns. The real-time visual and auditory feedback allows students to monitor and track their progress over time.
The Flightscope monitors analyze ball flight and club movements while providing video analysis.
And the SYNLawn putting/chipping green feels, looks and plays like the real deal so players can look forward to more short-game success next spring.