Golf Equipment Sun City West AZ

Golf is a great activity to take up! Not only does golf tone and strengthen your upper body (swing), core (rotation) and legs (if you walk the course), it improves your balance and coordination. Walking the course also helps you burn unwanted body fat.

Southwest Golf Cars
(623) 584-0591
13901 West Camino Del Sol
Sun City West, AZ
 
One Stop Golf Cart
(623) 815-1546
11127 West California Avenue
Youngtown, AZ
 
Sun City Golf Cars
(623) 977-3100
11124 West Youngtown Avenue
Youngtown, AZ
 
Desert Golf Cars Youngtown
(623) 977-7131
11212 West Wisconsin Avenue
Youngtown, AZ
 
Van`s Golf Shops
(623) 972-0171
10001 West Bell Road
Sun City, AZ
 
Horner Golf Carts
(623) 977-0004
12301 West Bell Road
Surprise, AZ
 
Golf Cars of America
(623) 974-8466
11134 West Wisconsin Avenue
Youngtown, AZ
 
The Golf Factory
(623) 583-8329
14811 North Del Webb Boulevard
Sun City, AZ
 
Golf Cars of America
(623) 974-4584
10752 West Bell Road
Sun City, AZ
 
Classic Golf Cars
(623) 933-3888
15422 North 99th Avenue
Sun City, AZ
 

Is Golf Better in a Group or One-On-One?

Q: I am interested in taking up golf or tennis this summer. Do you recommend group or private lessons? What are some of the things I should look for before enrolling in a program?

Golf is a great activity to take up! Not only does golf tone and strengthen your upper body (swing), core (rotation) and legs (if you walk the course), it improves your balance and coordination. Walking the course also helps you burn unwanted body fat.

Depending on your personality, either group and private lessons will work. If you are looking to meet new people in the sport, don't need one on one attention and are good at learning from others, a group would suit you best. On the other hand, if you have no idea what you are doing, really want to learn the basics with no distractions, a private lesson would be best for you. A lot of golf clubs also offer semi private lessons with one or two other people. This helps lessen the cost and you still get a lot off guided attention. Most instructors and clubs are accredited, but you can check out their credentials in your search. You can also ask for references of past clients to get first hand input on the instructor you are considering. Have fun!


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