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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Class A
-Sign up now for 44th playing of the Royal & Ancient Member-Member! June 15th & 16th
-Spring Stampede THIS SATURDAY! 8:30 shotgun sign up in pairs or as an individual.
-Tuesday, May 22 Men's Dunhill Cup Tee times from 5:30-6:00 off of 1, 6, 10, and 14.
-Memorial Day 8:00 shotgun. Sign up as a foursome.

Class AA
-Tuesday, May 22 Pink Ball Event! 8:15 Shotgun, signup in threesomes.
-Wednesday, May 23 Ladies Golf Academy 10:00am-11:00am
-Thursday, May 24 Ladies On Course Playing Lesson 9:00am-11:00am

Twa Days
Registration is now open for the 105th playing of our Twa Days Invitational. To register, please email Kyle or mail in the registration form.

For event information please utilize our new Micro-Site. Players currently signed up for the event are listed under the "Tournament Players" button. We will update that weekly. Please check for accuracy. Information is updated as necessary.

Please check back often

Dunhill Cup
Dunhill Cup is now in session! Teams are drafted and players are itching to get onto the course. Please visit the Dunhill Cup Micro-Site weekly for results and schedule. 

Hiawatha League Dates Announced
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Wednesday, May 23 - Sunset Ridge CC
Thursday, June 7 - Glen View Club
Wednesday, June 27 - Northmoor CC
Thursday, August 16 - Exmoor CC
Tuesday, October 2 - North Shore CC

Wanting something different in your game, and your clubs are just not doing it for you??

  Tomorrow, Friday, May 18th, is our Callaway Fitting Day

Friday, May 18 1:00pm-5:00pm
Wednesday, June 6 1:00pm-5:00pm
Friday, June 8 1:00pm-5:00pm

We’re giving you the opportunity to try out the latest and the greatest from some of the best in the business. There will be experts to help you find your perfect fit. Book your spot before it’s too late.

We can guarantee you Xceptiopnal clubs with more forgiveness and distance than you have seen before.

A limited number of spots are available, so don’t lose out on seeing your best golf this season.
Book your spot now.

We have great events which are happening here at Glen View - please click on the following posters for more information.

Any questions? Please don't hesitate to ask us.


...At Glen View Club we pride ourselves in offering quality programs.
These junior programs are really designed to help your juniors learn golf and have fun doing it!

For Beginner to Intermediate Level Juniors | Ages 7-13
There's the Junior Golf Academy.

Click for exciting details
For Juniors who have outgrown the GVC Junior Academy There's the Competitive Player Program

Click to go to the next level
In the battle to convince golfers shooting 95 and over that they’re “good enough” for a customer fitting,
can I present you with a question to reflect on?
Would golfers in the learning phase of the game; the beginners; find it easier to learn the golf swing,
getting more shots airborne, find it easier with lighter clubs, with shorter shafts; and higher lofts?
Of course they would, it’s a faster learning experience.
The value of a faster learning experience, is a point that translates to golfers shooting over 95.

If a custom fitting creates 10 – 15 yards with your Irons, and more consistency of shot performance,
why wouldn’t you have a custom fitting?
Who cares whether we changed a lie angle, gave you a less stiff shaft, or even enlarged your grip?
You want the benefit. A better ball flight, more often.

A more fulfilling round of golf.

A better on-course experience. More enjoyment with your friends.
Almost every golfer we custom fit for a set of Irons notes at least one dimension of measurable improvement.
Those with higher handicaps and the less skilled often see two, or even three,
dimensions of measurable improvement, IMMEDIATELY.
What could your improvement be?



How good is your ball striking? How does that translate into your performance on approach shots?
Here’s a question that will help you evaluate where you stand.
We’d like you to put yourself on one of 4 different levels.

In almost all golfers there’s an Iron where the consistency and control in their ball striking breaks down.
What is that Iron for you? Our advice is to ignore your Handicap rating and set out this year to improve which level of Approach Play you’ve currently reached. Improve that level and we promise you that, not only will your Handicap fall, your scorecard improve, and your winnings pile up; You’ll enjoy your golf so much more.

Why not start with an Assessment with us to see where you are,
and create your personal improvement plan.

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