GOLFTEC Opens State-of-the-Art Training Center in North Scottsdale
(Scottsdale, Az.) – GOLFTEC – the world leader in golf lessons and premium club fittings – announces the opening of a state-of-the-art performance center in North Scottsdale, its fourth in the metro area, located at 23147 North Pima Road.
The facility is 2,400 square feet and has four teaching/practice bays staffed by the most highly-trained coaches in the industry. These individuals leverage GOLFTEC’s world-renowned teaching technology – including advanced motion measurement, video analysis and premium launch monitors – to help any student find the lesson plan best suited for their unique needs. GOLFTEC students drop an average of seven strokes from their scores.
The North Scottsdale GOLFTEC also features the company’s enhanced TECFIT® custom club fitting program. The TOUR-like fitting experience combines swing characteristics with ball flight data to help identify optimal golf equipment for each student. An array of clubhead/shaft options are available to perfectly match players of any skill level with the clubs that best meet their needs. Nearly 75% of all golfers who experience a TECFIT custom driver fitting gain an average of 25 yards over their previous equipment.
A Grand Opening event will be held from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on January 12 and area golfers are encouraged to come meet the staff and see the facility. To RSVP please visit here: http://bit.ly/2QrP15A.
“Scottsdale features one of the largest golf communities in the country and they’re always looking for ways to improve and enjoy the game even more,” said Joe Assell, Co-Founder and CEO of GOLFTEC. “With all the world-renowned resorts and courses in the area, our industry leading instruction and club fitting programs complement them perfectly.”
North Scottsdale GOLFTEC Center Manager and Director of Instruction Dane Olah will oversee operations at the new facility. A PGA Member, Olah has over 10 years of experience with teaching and game improvement in the state of Arizona.
“We’re thrilled to serve the greater Scottsdale area because of how serious it is about golf,” said Olah. “Our staff is comprised of the best Certified Personal Coaches in the region, who look forward to working with beginners and veterans alike.”
While the majority of lessons are taught indoors in private bays, coaches also accompany players for on-course/outdoor lessons to ensure they are comfortable in real world situations.
The renowned, global GOLFTEC coaching team is comprised of experienced instructors, most of whom are PGA Professionals and have taught thousands of lessons. Each goes through a rigorous multi-week certification at GOLFTEC University including continued, advanced training to master the analysis of golf swing mechanics, the technology utilized by GOLFTEC and the most productive teaching techniques. Committed to strengthening the industry and hiring only the best staff, GOLFTEC is the largest employer of PGA Instructors in the world.
To learn more about GOLFTEC, please visit www.golftec.com or call 877-446-5383.
Since 1995, GOLFTEC has grown to become the world’s top provider of golf lessons and premium club fittings. It operates hundreds of corporately-owned and franchised Training Centers around the globe, with locations in all major U.S. cities, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. A top employer of PGA Professionals, the company’s 700+ Coaches have taught more than 7 million lessons, with students reporting a 95-percent success rate. Beyond its first-class teaching staff, the company’s proven methods utilize leading-edge technology to provide a completely fact-based approach to instruction, practice and club fitting, which helps all students reach their goals. GOLFTEC’s rapid growth continues to enhance its position as the world leader in golf improvement, and its SwingTRU Motion Study™ – the largest study ever conducted on the golf swing – leads the industry with unrivaled data on the facts of swing mechanics. In July 2018, Golf Digest Online (GDO), the largest online / offline golf conglomerate in Japan, acquired majority interest in GOLFTEC with plans to merge the strengths of both companies to further grow the business globally.