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WHEN (AND WHERE) SHOULD YOU LET A GROUP PLAY THROUGH?

Source: GOLF.com By Josh Sens The Etiquetteist: When (and where) should you let a group play through? The progression of golfers around a course is similar to traffic on city streets, replete with slowpokes, speedsters, bottlenecks and breakdowns. The difference is that traffic on a course is mostly self-policed. In the absence of strict laws and […]

REGISTER TODAY FOR OUR 2019 SPRING SCRAMBLE!

2019 SPRING SCRAMBLE March 30 | 10:00 AM Shotgun Start Come out to our Spring Scramble March 30th to kick off the Winter rust & welcome in Spring! Our Spring Scramble is a 2 Person Scramble event with handicap. See our details below & register today! FORMAT 2 Person scramble w/ USGA handicap (50% of […]

Why speed is the key on every putt

Source: GolfDigest By Michael Breed You’re looking over a long, breaking putt, and in your mind you start drawing a picture of the ball snaking its way to the hole. What’s wrong with that image? Nothing, as long as you don’t forget about speed. Speed is the biggest factor in putting. Good speed with a bad […]

How A Doorframe Can Help Your Golf Swing

Source: GolfDigest By Keely Levins Learn how to turn back, not sway. Let’s talk about hip turn. James Kinney, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and Director of Instruction at GolfTec Omaha, says that from the data GolfTec has collected, they’ve found lower handicap golfers have a more centered lower body at the […]

This Lost Art Will Save You Strokes

Source: GolfDigest By A.J. Avoli Over time, a simple method for getting the ball from off the green to the flagstick fell out of favor. I rarely see anyone chip like the late Hall of Fame golfer Paul Runyan. That’s a shame because this technique will make you more accurate around the greens with a lot less […]