GOLFTEC offering free virtual lessons to help golfers #StayGolfReady
Golfers now have an outlet for personalized, one-on-one golf instruction from the comfort of their homes via free virtual golf lessons from GOLFTEC, a leader in golf improvement and club fitting.
“We know golf can be a peaceful refuge from all the chaos and bad news,” said Joe Assell, CEO and Co-Founder of GOLFTEC. “Right now, a lot of people are feeling isolated from their friends and family, and their golf communities. We recognize and appreciate the role we play in golfers’ passion for the game, and we wanted to do something immediately to help.”
Golfers interested in a virtual lesson can submit their swings via the GOLFTEC App, available for free on iOS and Android devices. The App allows the golfer to submit their swing and schedule their virtual lesson with a GOLFTEC Coach. No other software is necessary.
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Virtual lessons will also take place inside the App using TECSwing, GOLFTEC’s world-renowned teaching technology. Each lesson will be recorded and available within the App to re-watch as often as they like.
“We’re here to share in the love and passion for the game of golf at any time—whether that happens on the lesson tee, on the course, in email or online. We’re in this together,” Assell said.
Since 1995, GOLFTEC has grown to be the world’s largest provider of golf lessons and premium club fittings, with more than 200 corporately owned and franchised Training Centers in all major U.S. cities, Canada, China, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. GOLFTEC operates in Greenville at 4100 Pelham Road.
A top employer of PGA Professionals, the company’s more than 700 coaches have taught more than nine million lessons with students dropping an average of seven strokes from their scorecards. Its highly trained coaches leverage leading-edge technology for a completely fact-based approach to instruction, practice and club fitting. GOLFTEC’s leadership position in golf improvement is augmented by its SwingTRU Motion Study – the largest ever conducted on golf swing mechanics.