Two part question here:
Has anyone ever taken lessons from Golftec? I did an expensive package with them at one point and never really got much out of it. (and yes, I practiced a ton during the 3-4 months I was getting lessons from them). Spent around 3k and still could not break 90...which I find absolutely insane considering the natural athletic ability, hand eye coordination etc. that I have. I went into it thinking my instructor is going to have a very easy time with me since I was shooting consistent 94-100 and was just looking to accomplish the more than reasonable goal of breaking 90. By the time I was done, I could not break 100 to save my life. I had to abandon the months of lessons, practice time (working on what they were trying to get me to do) and basically go back to my original way of playing (which obviously is not good at all but at least it lets me break 100!)
Even though Golftec did not help me improve my game at all, still all my lessons were put on video so the pro was analyzing what he saw in slow mo and I also had the ability to see myself over and over on video to see what is REALLY happening...
So my second question is, now that I am looking to get lessons again (my game is an embarassment), I def. do not want to go back to Golftec however it looks like all the PGA instructors in my area are NOT using video. Is video absolutely necessary when receiving lessons from a pro? OR can you get a really good pro who can spot your issues etc. without seeing your swing in slow mo on video?