Spring Training for Golfers

16 Feb, 2018

Spring training isn’t just for baseball. Avoid a rusty swing with spring training with PGA Golf Pro Kyle Kunash at Grand Geneva.

New golf ball and club technology is not the only reason for the increased distance we see on the PGA Tour. A majority of these players have fitness programs developed for them based off specific body limitations found during a physical assessment.

  • 17 of the last 20 major champions
  • 27 of the top 30 players in the world
  • 52 of the last 63 PGA tournament winners

What do these stats have in common? All these players are advised by a TPI certified Professional.

TPI is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing.

Are looking to hit the ball farther, improve scores, play golf pain free, and increase your overall health?  Schedule your assessment with our TPI Certified Golf Professional.

While our driving range is not for all seasons, our Golf Pro Shop is the perfect spot to get a one-on-one tune up from a pro.

Our indoor teaching area is equipped with:

  • Chipping area with 2 turf lengths so students can practice various lies
  • 15 foot putting green with undulation
  • Hitting mat with new technology to simulate hitting shots off a fairway
  • Flightscope launch monitor to track: ball spin, launch angle, ball flight etc.
  • Fitness equipment for TPI workouts

Whether you are looking for a TPI assessment, lesson series or club fitting we have everything you need set up in the golf shop this off-season.

And it’s also a great time to discover the newest clubs and technology in golf. Grand Geneva attends all the spring golf shows in Chicago and is loaded with information to share about the industry’s latest and greatest.

The newest game changing technology comes from Taylormade Golf.  They have changed the face of the driver help golfers of all abilities hit more fairways.  The new technology is called “twist face”,  the face of the club is actually twisted so there is more loft towards the toe and less loft towards the heel.

“I personally play Taylormade clubs and I am excited to see how this new technology performs this spring,” says Kunash.

Don’t let the snow fool you. There’s still a beautiful golf course hibernating under the white powder. Join us at the Golf Pro Shop for a lesson and watch the tulips start to wake up from their winter nap. We expect the courses to open for play as soon as the temperatures keep at a steady 50 degrees.

“As a golf professional, I am ready for the snow to melt and the 2019 golf season to begin here at Grand Geneva,” Kunash says. “While the snow is not ideal for playing golf, it actually protects our grass from the harsh elements we experience during the Wisconsin winter.”

Think spring!

 

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