The world's most advanced Golf Coaching technology, RoboGolfPro has arrived!
Find us at Greenwich Peninsula driving range next door to the O2 and Canary Wharf
Can RoboGolfPro revolutionise your swing? See what our students say!
Feel your perfect golf swing with RoboGolfPro
At Greenwich Peninsula Driving Range
30 minute introductory lesson just £45.00
30 Minutes - including swing analysis and RoboGolfPro lesson. Focussing on maximum distance gain in in allotted time.
How Can RoboGolfPro Help You To Improve Your Golf Swing?
It’s as simple as grabbing a guided golf club and hanging on for the ride. You can construct the perfect, on-plane swing for your build, movement-by-movement. Or you can feel the positions and sequencing of hundreds of pro swings to discover that ‘a-ha!’ moment.
Imagine being contorted to strike a football like David Beckham, or grabbing a racket and feeling the release of aNovak Djokovic serve. With the RoboGolfPro, you can feel the massive turn and incredible lag created by Tiger Woods, the flat wrists at the top of Jason Day’s backswing, or hang on for the rollercoaster ride of Jim Furyk’s downswing.
“I’m constantly tweaking,” Taylor said. “I’m looking at my swing on film, and then I’m going in and doing exaggerations. You can do a lot of different stuff. You can make it do a lot of different things.”
The RoboGolfPro swing analysis breaks down any lost-in-translation barriers to what can be a very difficult game to explain. The guided golf swing helps you feel what has always been verbally communicated. It also allows the swing to be taught in slow motion, so you can learn and feel the sequencing of something that happens very quickly — the average PGA TOUR backswing is 0.75 seconds, and the downswing is just 0.25 seconds.
As you increase your reps in slow motion, you can begin to increase the speed of the robot swing and build muscle memory. And with cameras and screens all around, you can see what the perfect swing looks like as you do it.
“It really helps when you take time off,” Taylor said. “It’s really good in the off-season. On days you don’t want to practice, you just get on the golf robot.”
Ever wondered what it FEELS like to swing the golf club correctly? Want to learn 1000% faster?
- 2nd go on the @RoboGolfPro @FWgolfUK. The distance I've gained. 7 Iron now over 170 yards, couldn't do that last week.- Andy Little - PGA Professional, Little Golfers, Sandown Park, PGA Professional
- Thanks again for the Robot Lessons.Now I finally know what the swing is supposed to feel like. I'm hitting it much better, shot 5 over yesterday!- Kevin Lecocq - Global Head of Products, UBS Group AG , 9 Handicap Golfer
- It's a remarkable machine and a fascinating experience, i've not tried anything like it in golf before. The idea that you can now hone a perfect repeating swing on a robot that also generates greater consistency and distance is incredible. It's an impressive piece of technology and I'm sure there will be a lot of golfers wanting to try RoboGolfPro.- Chris Hollins - TV presenter , 5 Handicap Golfer
- The Robot has helped me a ton and I appreciate everything it has done for me. It’s a great product. I recommend it for everyone of all ages and sizes. It’s an awesome training aid.- Vaughn Taylor – 2016 Pebble Beach Champion., US PGA Tour Professional & RoboGolfPro Owner
The Driving Range facility with RoboGolfPro is located 230 meters from North Greenwich underground station, next to the O2 concert arena, and on the Jubilee Line (one stop from Canary Wharf, and four from London Bridge).
Arriving by tube:
Walk straight ahead at the top of the escalators and pass under the mock-up of the Emirates cable car. Head through the doors immediately opposite and cross the zebra crossing. Bear right and go down the stairs, crossing a second zebra crossing. Walk towards the mini roundabout and follow the road round two corners to the left. The Range is about 150 yards down the road on your right.
Arriving by bus:
North Greenwich Station is well connected to the rest of London by bus, and is only a short walk from the driving range.
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Arriving by boat:
The Thames Clipper service docks at North Greenwich Pier, a 15 minute walk, regularly throughout the day, connecting the range to Canary Wharf, London Bridge and Westminster.
Arriving by car:
The Driving Range is easily accessible by road, located minutes from the Blackwall Tunnel. We have free parking facilities for up to 60 cars.
Arriving by cable car:
The Emirates Air-Line is a 15 minute walk from the Driving Range, connecting Greenwich Peninsula with London City Airport and ExCel London.