What do I wear? Do I need golf shoes?
Athletic clothes are preferable, but the most important thing is that you'll be comfortable swinging a golf club. It's a casual environment, and proper golf attire is not required. Sneakers or any rubber-soled shoes work well indoors. If you prefer, feel free to wear your golf spikes. Dress shoes (or any shoes with a slippery sole) are not recommended.
Do I need to bring my own clubs?
It's never a bad idea to practice with the clubs you plan to play with, but we understand carrying clubs in the city is no easy task. A variety of Mizuno iron sets along with a selection of Ping, Taylor Made, and Callaway drivers are available to use at no additional cost. Women's, kid's, and left-handed clubs are also available.
Can I pay at the lesson instead of ahead of time?
Yes. Cash and credit cards are accepted at the time of the lesson.
How accurate is the simulator?
The short answer: very. The instant transition of the golf ball from the real world to the virtual world makes you forget that you're hitting indoors. Top professionals like Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods own Full Swing simulators and are able to rely on the accuracy of the data.
Can I bring someone to watch?
Absolutely. Some prefer privacy, but if you would like to bring a friend they are more than welcome to come.
What if I'm a lefty?
That's no problem. The Full Swing simulators are equipped to handle righties and lefties, even if you're playing a round together. Clubs are also available.
What courses can I play on?
Full Swing includes 93 championship courses. Some of the most popular are Bethpage Black, Pebble Beach, and St. Andrews. Many of the weekly tour stops are available to play, so it can be a lot of fun to play the same hole you just saw on TV.
Can I buy a simulator from you?
Yes. I consult for Full Swing and can explain the size requirements and pricing options while being able to give in depth details as to why Full Swing out performs each of its competitors.