During the cold weather months or in the evening after a long day at work, you can hone your golf skills by taking a golf lesson indoors. Many of these indoor lessons are offered using golf simulators or indoor golf domes. Either way, making changes to your swing in the winter may help you improve your game in the spring.
White Pines Golf Dome
The White Pines Golf Dome provides lessons and golf instruction in its indoor golf dome. Lessons are booked at the front desk or with the golf professionals directly. The dome is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. The golf lessons include swing analysis with computer technology.
White Pines Golf Dome 500 West Jefferson Ave. Bensenville, IL 60106 630-422-1060 whitepinesgolfdome.com
Family First Golf Dome
Family First Golf Dome provides private lessons for one or two people and group lessons are also available. Golf instructors will assess each aspect of your game, including set-up and swing. Clinics are provided to junior golfers and novice players. Family First uses a V-1 Video Teaching System, which provides detailed graphics of your swing to determine what aspects of your game that you need to improve. The same system is used at the PGA's national training center.
Family First Golf Dome 8155 Oliver Road Erie, PA 16509 814-866-5425 familyfirstsportspark.com
Joe's Professional Golf Lab
Joe's Pro Golf Lab offers indoor lessons by head PGA professional Joe Holdridge. The lab uses the Video Trace four-camera system that provides a complete swing analysis. The lab also uses a Science and Motion (SAM) PuttLab system that provides ultrasound measurements of your putting stroke and offers feedback. Holdridge will analyze the results and work with you to improve your putting.
Joe's Pro Golf Lab 4073 Hannegan Road, Suite E, Bellingham, WA 98226 360-752-3337 joeprogolflab.com