This Monday, temperatures in NYC dropped down to a mere 12 degrees. Not so long ago, golfers living in the north had two choices: travel to warmer climates for gameplay or put the clubs away until spring time. Thanks to contemporary indoor golf-simulating technology, you don’t have to make this choice. While the winter season can be a difficult time for self-motivating, pursuing your golf goals at an indoor golf facility is easy and affordable.
Golfers can take lessons, practice, or play rounds of golf all within the comfort of a temperature-controlled environment. Many facilities boast the latest technology available, such as Trackman and Foresight. With advanced software and digital graphics, both programs can analyze your performance with fact-based confidence. Golfers can also play some of the world’s top courses including the Old Course at St. Andrews, Pinehurst No. 2, Pebble Beach Golf Links and Bethpage Black.
If you’re in the New York City area, you can even work with Coach Todd at The Bridge Golf Learning Center in Harlem! The BGLC offers a complete series of game-improvement tools used by the best players and coaches in the world. There’s no excuse not to keep your golf game sharp even when the wintertime gets rough!
The Bridge Golf Learning Ctr.
40 W 117th St
NY, NY 10026
In the following video, Coach Todd shows us how he uses Trackman and a variety of other techniques to help students improve their games.
If you practice on a range mat, it can be tough to assess the quality of your contact because it’s impossible to make a divot. PGA Certified Professional Todd Bordonaro shows you how to solve this challenge with a simple sticker.
Tune in next week for more balance ball drills to incorporate into your fitness routine at the gym or at home. Stay strong and dedicated to your fitness and wellness routines, even in this frigid cold!