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Sunday, 16 June 2019

Reminder that the course will be closed July 7th and 8th for the Bradley Golf Tournament.
We have a full field and are expecting a great weekend of golf!

The course WILL be OPEN for July 4th, so please reserve your tee-time now.

Grille Summer hours are 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
For a full events calender, click on the button below.

On June 13th, the Oak Knoll Ladies Golf Association held their Member/Member golf tournament.

Congratulations to the winners and all participants!

1st low net: Rosetta Anzalone and Patsy Trepagnier.

2nd low net: Malloy Liner and Rene Amond.

Low gross: Johnnie Newsham and Stacie Gabriel.

OKCC will have a golf course closure for the Bradley Tournament July 7th and 8th.

For full details - click here!
We wrapped up our June Summer Golf Camps with the “Wee Swingers” this week. We’ve had a fun, instructional summer of junior golf at OKCC so far!

There are two more camps, July 16th & July 30th - we hope to see your golfer then.

The word is getting out - that the kids are enjoying themselves!

And that is OK because we still have a few spots available for our July Sessions - so you'd better hurry!

Visit our website
to review Dates and Times

 Spots are limited and registration is OPEN - Join us for an exciting Summer of golf!

Sign up now!

Swimming is a great activity for the whole family, as all ages and abilities can enjoy splashing around and having
fun in the pool together.

Oak Knoll offers some great activities at our pool - from lessons to team swim.

Click here for more details.

If you have questions or would like to sign up - email Judith Perez.

More fun ahead!!
If you’re a golfer shooting in the high 80’s and 90’s, there’s a good chance that your consistency
in the 170 yard+ range needs improving. An improvement on longer Par-3’s, longer approach shots,
and Par-5 second shots removes a lot of big numbers off your scorecard.

We’ll assess the performance of consistency from 5 Iron through to your longest Fairway Wood,
measuring your distances, evaluating consistency, and identifying any gaps or opportunities
to improve your equipment or technique.
45 Minutes that can improve your experience out on the course, reduce the number of
“misses” with your longer clubs, and lower your score.


If you’ve got youngsters learning the game, even young teenagers,
I know you can play together with different handicaps, so over a 500 yard hole one of you is getting extra strokes.
But how cool is it to tackle challenges you can both accomplish equally?

Why not play 9, and make every hole a Par 3? Tee off from where the shortest hitter in the group,
can make the green with a mid-Iron or less.

Golf can be a very challenging game.
But it’s really an opportunity to spend time together with friends or family,
in a healthy, outdoors environment.

In that context, it’s a game that you want each of you to enjoy.
So do your best to create challenges everyone can tackle.

Even amongst good golfers, 9-holes in an evening, where you make each hole a Par 3,
no longer than an Iron approach for the shortest hitter, is a great experience.

Playing competitive Par 3’s also tests your game management, more than you expect.
It really places a focus on your ball striking and scrambling.
If we can help


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