Calling all Golfers! Head to Performance PT at 16 Cross Street in New Canaan on Thursday September 26th from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. A perfect opportunity to network with local business and Community Leaders as well as Practice your Swing on a State of The Art Golf Simulator!
Celebrate and prep for the Chamber and Rotary Community Cup October 2nd at Country Club of New Canaan.
Food, drink, fun! Included in the fun will be a Long Drive Competition’ for both men and women! On the Golf Simulator!
Winner gets a free hour of practice on the Trackman golf simulator ($50 value)
Performance’s Trackman Golf Simulator & Practice Bay, now located at the 16 Cross Street location is the technology and software of choice for PGA players and their teachers. Whether you’re playing simulated rounds on some of the best courses in the world, or utilizing the state of the art dual radar technology to analyze your swing, the Trackman Golf Simulator is designed to translate real-time data into actionable information.
Enter your contact information to be entered in a Raffle….Selected winner at Random gets a free TPI assessment of golf game with prescriptive for improvement (value $500)
Your host for the evening, Sam Sheppard*, site leader of Performance – New Canaan, physical therapist and certified golf fitness professional through Titleist Performance Institute.
*Sam Sheppard DPT, PT, TPI is a physical therapist and certified golf fitness professional through Titleist Performance Institute,. He heads up our New Canaan facility where he leads the charge on golf related community events and injury-prevention talks that lend a special focus to our golf network.
Sam graduated from Sacred Heart University with a Bachelor in Science degree in exercise science & physiology. Sam served as the captain of the varsity wrestling team and was named to the Eastern IntercollegiateWrestling Association’s 1st team all-academic. He went on to complete his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Sacred Heart and has developed a special interest in golf rehab and sport-related injury.