The Practice Station
Owner, John Bauer has been coaching golf for 18 years. In that time, he has helped thousands of golfers perfect their swing for the course. John’s dream has always been to have his own practice facility – a place where all golfers can work on all aspects of their game in a more productive manner.
A traditional driving range limits golfers to specific shots and doesn’t simulate re-life situations golfers are faced with on the golf course. And a golf course doesn’t give golfers enough time to practice certain situations over and over again due to pace of play. This was John’s dream, to combine both the course and the range into one facility where golfers have the ability to practice with a purpose.
The Practice Station offers an outdoor TrackMan Driving Range with heated bays, 2 indoor golf simulators, an indoor putting green, 8 practice stations (AKA tailored driving ranges), and 3 tee-to-green practice holes.
The Practice Station is a golf practice facility that provides real life golf situations, which will build confidence that will carry over to the course. With their top of the line technology (indoors and outdoors), and a whole new golf practice concept, they are the first to concept and hoping to make a difference in your golf game.
Based on Doppler radar, TrackMan is a technology that allows us to measure what the golf club and golf ball are doing in time in a three-dimensional space.
When golfers hit shots, TrackMan generates a unique data set; 21 specific measurements that accurately identify the impact and ball flight conditions for that shot.
All clubface, swing, and ball-flight data are measured and recorded for illustrative and comparative purposes that are available on your mobile device and our indoor simulators.
TrackMan is the first of its kind to measure the complete path of any shot, ranging from short pitches to 500-yard drives, pinpointing a golf ball’s landing position to within one foot for every 100 yards of travel.