Grand Resort Bad Ragaz introduces the Golf Check-Up program


Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Switzerland, introduces the Golf Check-Up programme

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz Golf Check-Up programJuly 10, 2012: Tired of not improving on the golf course despite putting in the hours and effort? Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is now offering ‘golf check-ups’ designed to improve ‘the swing’ and game skills for players, while also enabling them to enjoy the gorgeous backdrop of mountains, fresh Swiss air, and surrounding nature.

Bad Ragaz is the only resort in Switzerland with two golf courses of its own, along with a speciality sports medicine team and a long-serving PGA-Pro - all under one roof. During the two-day golf check-up, the in-house PGA-Pro at Bad Ragaz will provide guests with allotted personal training sessions while also demonstrating tips and tricks to improve swinging and personal strength. The Bad Ragaz golf physiotherapist will perform a musculoskeletal system check-up to further enhance physical condition.

After perfecting the swing, working the muscles, and trying out the new skills on the Championship Course at Bad Ragaz, guests can treat themselves to a deep-tissue massage at the Bad Ragaz spa. The programme can benefit players of all levels of experience from medium-advanced golfers in need of a challenge, to beginners who need special one-on-one guidance.

The Golf Check-Up package at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz includes: a musculoskeletal system check-up by a physio-trainer (90 minutes); video swing analysis to determine the optimum swing balance and swing level with a PGA-Pro (90 minutes); golf physiotherapy (2 x 50 minutes); exercises and practice on the golf course with the PGA-Pro (2 x 60 minutes); complimentary game on the 18-hole Championship Course at the Golf Club Bad Ragaz or the 9-hole Executive Course at the Golf Club Heidiland; unlimited number of driving-range balls; concluding discussion with the Golf Physio-Trainer and PAG-Pro; analysis report and training program; and personal guidance throughout the program

The programme is available from now until November 11, 2012, 1,940 Swiss Francs for two days per person (accommodation not included).

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