CityPoint offers year’s coaching on Foresight GC2

A year’s free coaching worth £1,100 is being offered in a competition promoted by the CityPoint Golf Studio, the indoor coaching centre which uses Foresight Sports’ GC2/HMT. Based in the City of London, CityPoint Golf Studio is searching for one lucky golfer to star in its new YouTube channel and to record their improvements over the course of the year in its state-of-the-art indoor golf studio.

Entrants have an opportunity to increase their chances of winning: for every person they introduce, they will receive three extra personal entries into the competition, which closes on 26 May. The winner’s name will be drawn at random the following day.

All the lessons will be carried out on the Foresight Sports Game Changer 2 (GC2), which directly measures all essential ball data at launch using ultra-high-speed cameras, and Head Measurement Technology (HMT), which, independently, directly measures all critical club data. Foresight’s technology images the exact movement of the dimple patterns on the golf ball, to ensure pure, accurate, reliable data, making it the only technology suitable for all seasons and conditions, whether indoors or on the range.

CityPoint Golf Studio’s academy director Chris Ingham explained, “This is a unique opportunity for one golfer to receive a whole year’s PGA coaching completely free of charge, all on the Foresight Sports technology which is used by top coaches such as Butch Harmon and Martin Hall. The lucky winner’s lessons will feature on our increasingly popular You Tube channel, where we can record – and demonstrate – the improvements that are possible when your coach is using this market-leading technology. What’s more, entrants don’t even need to visit the studio – the competition is online and it’s just a simple case of signing up to enter.” More at:

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