Monday April 22, 2019.  The golf course is open  and riding carts are  available. The range is open on mats.  The Hot Stove is open for the season!    To book advanced Tee Times, call 508-430-5234.

What to Avoid on the Course for the Perfect Posture

If you find yourself constantly sitting every day due to an office job, you know first-hand how difficult it can be to focus on and perfect your posture. Unfortunately, having a poor posture can have many consequences, including back pain, neck pain and more! From a golf perspective, having bad posture on the course, specifically, during your swing, can greatly affect your game. It is important that you know exactly how to align your posture on the course because if you are not set up correctly from the start, you will be more prone to failing. To help you focus…

Trusting Yourself and Your Swing

Everyone has heard the phrase “trust yourself” at one point or another within their lives. Whether it is in their personal life when having to make a big decision, professionally at an important meeting, or during a big sporting event where decisions need to be made on the fly. Truthfully, trusting yourself is one of the most important aspects of life – trusting your head, trusting your heart, and trusting your gut! Trusting yourself is especially important in the game of golf when it comes to your swing specifically. When you learn to trust yourself under pressure on the course,…

Advice on the Golf Course: Rules and Regulations

If you know the rules of the game of golf, you know that it is against the rules to ask for advice in certain circumstances, and during certain times. While you may want advice from your opponents during the game, it is important that you know exactly what you can ask. Here is what you need to know when it comes to rules and regulations for advice on the course. Officially, advice on the golf course is any comment, verbally, or any action that helps a player decide how to play the round, or even a single hole. This can…

Importance of Rest and Recovery

When working on your physical health, you may get into a routine where you find yourself constantly working out, whether that is through cardiovascular activities, strength training, or just some extra practice on the course. What many fail to realize is that working your body that hard with little to no rest can cause more harm than good. Too much exercise can cause an extreme amount of fatigue for your body, and ultimately cause injury. In order to ensure that your body is strong and healthy, you must incorporate rest and recovery into your daily schedule. Rest and recovery can…