So as some of you know, I am newbie golfer. I am 26, so I kind of got into the game late but am happy with how fast my game has progressed. Two months ago I was shooting honest 170s and now I am in the honest low 120s. My goal for my first year is to break 100.
I feel really good with my iron play and putting, but my chipping and getting off the tee is horrendous. I have a straight right push that is just ridiculous when teed up. I can get somewhat straight with my 3 wood, but my driver? Forget it. My driver and 3 wood also don't "feel right" when I swing it, so I would like to get a driver fitting to see what flex I should be using. I would also like to take my game to the next level, and I am sure getting lessons would make everything easier. I would rather spend my money on the course and be outside, but I want to break 100 even more haha.
I have checked out Golftec and they are, what I consider, really expensive. Like over $1,000 for there most basic lessons package which is about a month of lessons, once every other week. If I want to get in depth, then I am looking closer to $2,000! On the other hand, a few local courses offer private one on one lessons from 40-50 bucks a half hour...
So what are your opinions? In the long run, is Golftec the better answer? Or should I just spend a couple hundred bucks at a local course? The other issue I have is time, and the local course lessons would be a lot better for me because I work a crazy schedule.