Red Ledges adds golf center
December 29, 2015
Red Ledges continues to strengthen its position as the premier four-season mountain golf community in the Park City area with the opening of its state-of-the-art Jim McLean Golf School Learning Center. With two climate controlled hitting bays, this new facility enables year-round learning and practice for players of all levels and abilities.
Players will have a choice of hitting shots from the heated/cooled practice bays out toward the driving range, or hitting shots completely indoors using the HD Golf simulator. This facility is the only location along the Wasatch Back where players can practice full-distance outdoor shots all winter.
The golf school is staffed by the top-ranked teaching professionals in the area, led by Jon Paupore, the PGA’s Utah Section Teach of the Year 2014 and Golf Digest’s Top Instructor in Utah 2013/2014. The staff’s expertise is coupled with the most advanced golf swing analysis technology on the market today — including a TrackMan Launch Monitor, JC Video Swing Analysis Software, BodiTrak Pressure Mat and a TOMI putting system. The combination of the top-rated staff and advanced technology enables players of all levels to gain a complete understanding of all aspects of their golf game.
Jim McLean and his golf schools built their reputation on providing an enhanced and customized learning environment for every student, which enables them to rapidly understand concepts for improving their golf swing. The Jim McLean Golf School at Red Ledges offers both group and private lessons to its members and to the public, as well as a variety of clinic programs.
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