GolfTEC Cleveland North Olmsted & Beachwood Expect to Improve ® 440-348-1757 America’s #1 Golf Lesson!®
What is GolfTEC?
GolfTEC Gives America’s #1 Golf Lesson!
GolfTEC Combines a Certified Personal
Coach with a Patented System of Digital
Video, Biofeedback and Motion Sensors
to Improve Technique and Performance
on the Golf Course
GolfTEC has Given Over 1.5 Million
Lessons to Golfers of All Skill Levels
and Age Groups
GolfTEC Cleveland Services
Body Motion Analysis
Swing Plane Analysis
All Lessons Uploaded to the Web for Retention
Drivers, Irons, Wedges, & Putters
Custom Golf Fitness Programs
Competitive Golf Program for the tournament player
Outdoor Short Game and Playing Lessons
3, 6, and 12 month programs for flexibility
Corporate Entertainment Events
E.g. Pictures are from and
event at Jacob’s Field
Create Traffic to your booth
Memorable and Measurable
Set Up Anytime, Anywhere
Portable SEVA Equipment
Certified Personal Coaches
On Your Website
Wall of Fame
Join the many satisfied clients who have shot their Career Low after working with GolfTEC
GolfTEC Cleveland West has over 250 Clients on the Wall of Fame
Career Rounds as Low at 63 and Beginners that have broken 110 for the first time.
Competitive Player Program
2008 AJGA Winner, 2008 Ohio Women’s Am Champion, 2008 Kieley Cup Champion, 2008 US Junior Qualifier, 2008 Sectional and District Champion, 2007/2008 Westwood Club Champion,
2008 Lakewood Player of Year, 2008 Junior Muirfield
Invitational Medalist, SWC Conference MVP.
Derek Anderson Golf Lesson
DA working on maintaining posture in the downswing by keeping his butt back. This will do two things. First it will create space for his arms to pass his body and bottom out in front of the ball. Second it will clear his left hip to make room for the right hip. Both leading to improved contact and more distance.
Tony Rizzo from ESPN Radio WKNR
Rizzo doing his evaluation and seeing his golf swing steep and off plane. When the club is that far off plane the clubhead approaches the outside part of the ball. This produces both pull shots and slicing. He works to much not time to improve his game.
Mike Hargrove Swing Evaluation
Grover being unfairly compared to the Big Easy. Grover is a good athlete but struggles with understanding impact and where the club bottoms out. This leaves his arm a bit jammed at impact. Not much flexibility in his lower body which was surprising for a professional baseball player.
AJGA Tournament Winner 50 th Ranked Junior in the Country
Excellent Junior Player working on changing his shaft postion at the top of backswing so that the downswing can shallow out.
Putting Lesson Pictures
Before Putting Stroke Change After Putting Stroke Change
110 Scoring Average 86 Scoring Average
Swing Plane Before and After in the Same Lesson
Rach working on his downswing plane. When a player can get the shaft on plane or parrallel to the primary plane line there a few good things that happen. The first being that the clubhead approaches the ball from the correct angle. This angle gives us the opportunity to send the ball to our intended target. Clubhead speed will also increase as a club on plane travels faster than a club off plane.
Playing to Your Potential
At GolfTEC Cleveland we take great pride in getting our students to play better golf. If you have gone through the process you understand that there aren’t any shortcuts. In order to play to your potential you need to invest some time and money in improving your technique, having properly fit equipment, and an understanding and appreciation for both physical and mental conditioning. In addition it is also important that we continue to improve as instructors so that we can give our clients the very best golf instruction available.
Our goal is pretty simple as we take our clients through a three step process. First, we give you the right steps or the correct information of what needs to be fixed. Secondly we need to organize the information. Some players have the information of what needs to be fixed but if they don’t know what to work on first or how to practice they will make very little progress. The last thing is to move at the right pace. From time to time we have players that have the information, have the information organized, but they want all the information at once. I assure you that this player will also make little improvement.
To really get better and drop your average score you need a teacher that can give you the right steps organized in the right order and then control the pace of information you are given so that you don’t get overwhelmed by what you are learning. Respecting the process and working with a qualified teacher who can really put together a plan for improvement will get you Playing to Your Potential.
If You Are Interested In Improving your Golf Game or Hosting a Corporate Entertainment Event, Please Contact The Following Individuals:
Nic Paez, Franchise Owner and PGA Member
Tom Porten, Certified Golf Coach and PGA Apprentice