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TrackMan numbers are the brain behind it all, and our indoor golf setup makes your practice sessions entertaining and productive, all year long. All major stakeholders of the game, without exception, use and trust these numbers for two main reasons: precision and reliability. With TrackMan, you’ll quickly become an insider of the most revolutionary training tool in the industry. We track the full trajectory of any shot, from 6 foot pitches to 400 yard drives, pinpointing the landing position with an accuracy of less than 1 foot at 100 yards. We also display the shot’s 3D trajectory together with 26 impact and ball flight parameters in real time (data is delivered within 1 second)

         Lesson Rates

45 Minute lesson + 15 Minute V1 video analysis: $130

45 Minute junior lesson + 15 Minute V1 video analysis $100

30 Minute Trackman lesson + 30 minutes sim rental $100

5 lessons for $550
5 Junior lessons for $450

V1 Video Analysis $70
Email your swing, face on and down the line to Kenny@vailcountryclub.com
Full analysis, drills and breakdown within 48 hours.


All lessons come with V1 video swing analysis. Lesson videos will be sent with a recap, drills and a focus to improve.


Video analysis, ball and club head data, combined with expert instruction and life-like simulation make for an excellent learning environment. Access to the same tools that tour professionals use isn't just cool, it's smart. Being able to see your improvement, and knowing exactly what happens on every swing means that you'll learn faster, retain concepts better, and transfer new skills to the course with confidence.

Everything is available online with our V1 video analysis software so you can have access to your lesson data and swing videos wherever you go. You can also record your own videos, and send them directly to PGA Director of Instruction, Kenny Thayer, for feedback.

Here are a few before and after picks from lessons at VCC. I am always working to get my students into a better impact position. I haven't seen many players in a good impact position who struggle to make solid contact. You see most players releasing the club early due to a lack of rotation and knowledge of how the wrists, hands and body work in the golf swing. 


Before Impact