Golf Academy of America San Diego Campus Offering Saturday Instruction
May 6, 2013
Program Provides Both Practical Experience for Students and Low-Cost Swing Advice for the Golfing Public
May 6, 2013, Carlsbad, Calif. – Golf Academy of America's San Diego campus, located in Carlsbad, will be offering golf lessons to the public every other Saturday, beginning May 18. Lessons are by appointment only, available between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Lesson prices are $25 for the general public and $20 for military veterans, junior golfers and college students.
The lessons will be taught by current third- and fourth-semester Golf Academy of America students training to become leaders in both the business and skill sides of the $70 billion golf industry. Members of Golf Academy of America's staff of PGA professionals typically observe these lessons as part of the curriculum.
Lessons can cover any aspect of the game, from straightening drives to enhancing iron play or building a pressure-proof putting stroke. Many of the latest tools available for diagnosing and analyzing faults and strengths in the golf swing, such as the V1 launch monitor system and the campus' high-tech golf simulator bays, are available for use during lessons.
"Not only do we teach our students the principles of the golf swing, we give them a wealth of first-hand experience that helps them become great golf instructors," said San Diego campus director Rich Iorio. "An added community benefit is the opportunity for an inexpensive golf lesson."
To reserve a lesson with a student at Golf Academy of America's San Diego campus, call the campus at (760) 734-1208.