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Friday, December 13, 2019



Friday, September 14th

Each team will play 9 holes of Better Ball of Partners, Chapman Alternate Shot, and Scramble. Teams will be flighted based on their combined handicap index and prizes will be awarded to the low net teams in each flight. If you would like to sign up, please return the registration form or email Kyle.

Schedule of Events
7:30-9:00am Team registration & breakfast buffet
9:00am Shotgun start for morning 18 holes
   Better Ball of Partners (Front Nine)
   Chapman Alternate Shot (Back Nine)
1:00pm Buffet lunch in Trophy Room & Men’s Pub
2:00pm Shotgun start for final 9-hole Scramble
4:00pm Cocktails & Awards Presentation on 18th Terrace




Our Titleist Fitting Day was a huge success and members picked up anywhere from 7-22 yards in total distance!

We just received all of the new TS2 and TS3 driver and fairway wood heads for our fitting cart.

If you are looking to gain distance and overall performance in YOUR game, schedule a fitting by contacting the Pro Shop.




With the sunrise getting later in the fall, the first starting time for weekdays will be 7:30am and the first starting time for weekends will be 7:00am.
 



  Stop in the Pro Shop to take advantage of our Fall Merchandise Sale.

We are starting to receive some of our fall/holiday merchandise and we need to make room to display it.



Our member trip to Bandon Dunes is less than 2 weeks away!

If you are scheduled to be on the trip, keep an eye out for the program, which will be mailed out next week.




Upcoming Class A Golf Events – Sign up in locker room


• Men’s Fall Invitational – September 14
• Champion’s Cup –
September 15

Upcoming Class AA Golf Events – Sign up Online


• Ladies Fall Classic – September 11
• Closing Day –
September 18


 
We want to help more of our golfers experience the joy of a sweetly struck, accurate iron shot more often.
That means increasing consistency, and how square to target line the club face is at impact. 
 
 
None of this is helped by manufacturer’s all having different ‘standard’ lengths on their clubs.
We reviewed four models from four major manufacturer’s and there was nearly an inch between
their standard #7 iron lengths.
 
 
Get fitted. “You’re worth it”, especially if you’re inexperienced, or inconsistent in your ball striking.
Experienced and supremely skilled athletes can make swing adjustments to poorly fitted irons. The rest of us can’t.
 

This is a ‘no-brainer’. Every golfer should play with golf equipment that makes it easy to repeat a golf swing;
that brings the club face back to the ball; square to the target line. Inexperienced and learning? Make it easier.
Improving and aspiring? Make it easier. Good and competitive? Make it easier.
 
 

 
Make bounce your friend. Learn how to use the bounce on
your wedge and you’ll lower your scores.
 
 
Using the bounce on your wedge makes golf easier, more fun, you’ll play with more confidence,
and open up a variety of greenside shots.

You’ll read a lot on what bounce you should have on your wedges, but what’s the point of having ‘bounce’ if you’re not taking advantage of it? You’re missing out on a better short game.
 
 

There’s bounce on your wedges for a reason. Do you know if you’re using yours to improve your consistency and control? It’s time to improve. 
 
 


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