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Next Event: Tuesday March 6th @ the Sand Bar @ 6:30 PM - Register Here

Register in for this event in the boxes above.  Please bring share this event.  We like our players to attend with a partner.  State the name of your guest you are bringing in the "notes" box.  If you are the guest, please register as well and state the name of the person who is bringing you.

The Body-Swing Connection 

Our Next Event is Tuesday March 6th!

Where:  The Sand Bar @ Pelican Lakes (Funk Room)

What:     FREE Event to Improve Your Golf Game

When:    Tuesday March 6th, 2018

Time:      6:30pm

Please click the link below to learn more and to RSVP for our next Body-Swing Connection event with Dr. Hextell.  This event is limited to 4 current patients and 4 guests.  

This FREE event includes a brief explanation of how your body affects your golf swing and how your golf swing affects your body. 

Next, you will do a functional screen to assess the movements your body can and cannot do which affect your swing.  

After that, we will hook you up to the K-Vest 3D Motion Capture System and take a look at how efficiently you translate power during your swing.  

After the event, your data will be evaluated and you will receive custom golf fitness recommendations. 

Please RSVP by Monday March 5, 2018.  Time and space is limited and I want to make sure there is a spot for you.  Use the form above to RSVP.  Note the name of the guest you are bringing in the notes box above.  If you are the guest, then please note who told you about this event.

The services provided in this FREE event are regularly priced at $200.  This offer is available for a limited time.  Sign up today!

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