Tuesday December 18th.  The golf course is open on temporary tees and greens only. Riding carts are not available until spring. Pro Shop hours are 9am-3pm.    Range is open on mats.  HOT STOVE IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.

 

 
Golf Instruction

First Golf Tournament? Here’s What You Should Know

Your first golf tournament is one of the most exciting monumental moments of your golf career, and life! However, it can also be extremely nerve-racking, especially if you have never participated in a golf tournament before. Golf tournaments are taken very seriously, as you will be playing against many other successful golfers who have put in just as much time, energy and practice as you have. Before your first golf tournament, here are some things that you can take into consideration to help you prepare and get ready for it. First, ensure that you practice for the tournament. Practice, practice,…

Golf Etiquette – What You Should Know

The game of golf, while very fun, is also a game that many take very seriously, and work hard to improve on. It is important that while you are on the course, you maintain the rules of the game in a respectful manner. There are rules and regulations when it comes to the etiquette of the game of golf. Whether it is specific rules for the course you are playing on, or the general rules when it comes to what to wear, it is important to make sure that you are on top of what can and cannot be done…

Golf Hazards

Hazards to Avoid While Playing Golf

Every golfer dreads hazards on the golf course. It can be difficult to get away from them, so you might as well learn how to use them to your advantage. As your skills increase, you will find ways to use some hazards to your advantage, while other hazards will inevitably work against you. Here are three hazards to keep in mind while golfing. . Water Hazards Water hazards, like ponds and lakes, enhance the beauty of the golf course. However, it adds quite a challenge to your golf game. You may get nervous teeing off knowing your ball has to fly…

Hitting a Flop Shot

Flop shots are difficult and should be avoided at all costs. However, if you want to get it down correctly, make sure you practice at the range whenever you can. Here are some things to consider when attempting to make a flop shot. Are You Using the Right Club? Flops should be hit with a high-lofted wedge. Most of us here use one in the low to mid 60’s. If you don’t carry one in your bag it’s going to become problematic when you try to hit the shot. Take a Look at Your Surroundings When you have to do…