Palmilla Golf Club Debuts New Robogolfpro® Teaching Aid
LOS CABOS, MEXICO – Palmilla Golf Club in Los Cabos, Mexico recently debuted a new swing training aid called the RoboGolfPro®. Palmilla Golf Club is the only location in Los Cabos with the revolutionary training aid that allows golfers to build their perfect swing by taking them through the correct movements with the help of video and mechanical training.
The RoboGolfPro swing trainer was developed by tour player, equipment designer and instructor, Scot W.R. Nei. The robot-like arms on the RoboGolfPro take students through the motion of their perfect swing, creating the “aha moment” by combining the feel and understanding of what the swing should be. PGA TOUR professionals Vaughn Taylor, Bryson DeChambeau and David Toms all work with the RoboGolfPro. Taylor, while working with Nei and the RoboGolfPro, won the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
“Working with the RoboGolfPro allows the student to see immediate results,” said Jaron Higgens, a PGA Teaching Professional at Palmilla Golf Club. “It is amazing the work that can be done both on and off the Robot.”
Higgens recently moved to Los Cabos from Calgary, Alberta Canada, where has been teaching with the RoboGolfPro for the last year. “I’m excited to bring this new technology to Los Cabos and the Palmilla Golf Club,” added Higgens.
Instruction with Higgens and the RoboGolfPro is available through Palmilla Golf Club. For more information on Palmilla Golf Club and the RoboGolfPro, visit www. palmillagc.com or call +52-624-144-5250.