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Saturday, October 24, 2020



Nothing in sport compares to making a pilgrimage to the Masters. While an April visit to Augusta National remains one of the toughest tickets in sports, the secondary market is alive and well. But tickets have been going up steadily and now the only chance to get tickets, is for you to know the right people.

When you make it to Augusta National, there are a few things you should make sure to cross off your Masters bucket list:

Take in Wednesday's Par-3 Contest.
You'll witness legends like Nicklaus and Player teeing it up on the second most beautiful short course in golf. The eighth and ninth holes are best for viewing, but arrive early because they fill up quickly. I will still argue that Turtle Hill is better, because if you go to Augusta without the crowds the Par 3 course looks fairly open and uninteresting, and certainly is not a great test of golf! By the way it’s only 9 holes!

• Berckmans Place. The Ultimate Hospitality Venue!
I have been in previous years and been lucky enough to have the special, special tickets to get into Berckmanns! They may be the most coveted VIP perk in golf.

Berckmans Place is a 90,000-square-foot, air-conditioned, multilevel, permanent structure situated adjacent to Augusta National's fifth fairway. Nearly invisible from the action but only steps away, it's decked out in Southern finery, with classic fronting white columns, azalea-framed paths and country club–interior furnishings. Entering the facility, you're greeted by a prominent Augusta National member. I was greeted by Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice!

My tip for the Masters champion this year is youngster, Bryson DeChambeau.



Results for Thursday Skins, played 22nd March:
  #1 Scrap
#7 Phil
#9 C Fox
#18 Jerome B

Thanks for playing and we hope you will join us next time!



Half Day camps are designed for boys & girls between the ages of 8– 12.
All ability levels are welcome, with kids being segmented into smaller learning groups based on their experience levels.

Half Day Camps are designed for the “new junior golfer” as well as the "intermediate level junior".
The juniors will be in smaller groups based on their experience and skill level, in order to create the most favorable
learning environment possible.

For three hours each day, campers learn or hone their skills with a strong emphasis placed on golf fundamentals
as well as fun
!

The latest golf teaching technologies will be utilized. The week also includes various skill based games and activities which are designed to improve the campers golf skills, as well as keep the learning environment fun and engaging for this age group.
Camp will also incorporate lessons on good sportsmanship, how to play golf honestly and with integrity.

Camp Highlights
· 3 hours of hands-on instruction each day
· Instruction based on exclusive curriculum developed by PGA of America
· Functional skill development includes full swing, short game, rules and etiquette
· $150 per day including lunch.

Sign your juniors up now - for a fun pastime which will last their whole lives!



 

2 Hour Golf School

Learn the key skills in golf, swing, putting and short game then take these new skills onto the course.

Suitable for all experience levels including beginners.
All equipment supplied.


Lessons can be scheduled at any time.

$299 inclusive.

Contact us and we can get you started on the road to more enjoyment.



 
Judithanne, PGA Professional

Thursday Social Ladies Golf Clinic & Play

Every Thursday 5.30-6.30pm through 2018

Join us on Thursday evenings for a FUN golf lesson, where the instruction is suited to your needs!
Beginners welcome as coaching is at your pace!
All equipment supplied.

$20 Lesson followed by free golf (Cart extra)

Ladies do you want to have fun? Then get hold of us now.

Ladies Golf League coming soon!


You probably know how hard it is to find the short stuff from the tee box.
It’s fine margins at impact, so there’s an easy way to improve.


 
 
Whether we’re coaching them, or you’re out with your child on the course or Range, never forget the need for FUNdamentals.

Yes, we want to teach the FUNdamentals of balance,
movement and coordination.

Yes, we want to make sure they
grasp the FUNdamentals of
hitting a golf ball.

Sure, we want them to
have the FUNdamentals of
how to play the game.

But, we want it to be
always FUN. 

But actually, it shouldn’t be different for anyone coming to learn the game. There are four steps,
and each child, or golfer, can decide where is far enough for them.

 
 

Whether it’s introducing golf to your child, helping them master the fundamentals,
or taking them to new levels of expertize, we want to help. Come and talk to us about the best
way to introduce golf to your child or how to develop their ability.

 
 



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