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Tuesday, 19 March 2019




"Craig is always engaged and great to work with. I have had several sessions with Craig and intend on continuing to work with him. I would recommend Craig to anyone looking to improve their game." ~ Raymond Pertuit

If you would love to see improvement in your game...




Check out our Junior Programs at Money Hill and Cypress Lakes
to get your kid signed up to learn the game of a lifetime.
 

Ignition Program
Progressing junior golfers to par or better!

The Ignition Program is a great program to get your child ages 6-12, involved with the game of golf. The academy is structured using the Operation 36 Junior Development Platform!

The Op36 Platform consists of 6 levels with 12 badges (subjects) per level. When the junior can demonstrate objectives to coaches they will earn badges on their bag tag and will be able to track and log their progress in the mobile app which also provides a points leader board of all Academy members.

Each junior that enrolls in the academy will be issued a hat, bag tag and profile in our new Academy Op36 Mobile App.


Junior Elite
Get ready to have some game!

The Junior Elite Program has been specifically designed for those juniors ages 12 - 15, who have chosen golf as their primary sport and have aspirations of playing at the high school or possibly collegiate level, or just want to be the best they can be at the recreational level.

This program covers both the technical and performance aspects of golf - introducing the players to goal setting; establishing a practice plan; working on fitness; club fitting and taking part in a unique mental game program.

If your junior is looking to take their game to the next level then the Junior Elite Program is for them.



Elite Champions Program
Making Champions!

The Elite Champions Program has been designed for those committed golfers who would like to play at the national or collegiate level. This is a highly competitive program and admission is limited.

This program will prepare each Champion in advanced technical and performance aspects of golf; in-depth goal setting as well as statistical analysis; work out plans; mandatory participation in mental game program; course management; tournament preparation; building a Champion-like resume; club fitting and much more.

A prerequisite for this program is completion of the Junior Elite Program or admission with Instructor Permission.




The PGA Fall Jr League is HERE!

Please stay tuned for the registration information.

       

 
Over the past three weeks, we’ve looked at why Grinds on your Wedges are crucial,
and how the right Grinds make it easier to play greenside shots.

There are three main methods to tackling shots around the green:
 
 
 
Your Wedges should allow you to face any challenge and take any opportunity from 50 yards and in.
Do your current lofts and ‘Grinds’ make that easier? We’re here to help you Become a Short Game Wizard.
 
 
 
We want you to improve your score on Par 3’s.
Part of that is avoiding 5’s, 6’s and even worse.
Sometimes the hole designer is looking to harm your scorecard.
Consider this real Par 3 (it’s the 200 yard+ 12th on White River Country Club):

Simple Tip #4
Sometimes a Par 3 is really a Par 4. Play it that way.
The vast majority of golfers should lay up in the safe area,
and then pitch the ball up onto the green.
It’s probably a 4, a chunked chip might mean a 5, but it could be a 3.
But out of bounds, and you’re playing 3 from the tee.
In the water and you’re playing 3 from a drop zone that forces you to skirt the water again.
Now about that chunked chip shot…

 

 
Billy Casper was a great golfer.
It’s worth noting that, in his
1 stroke 1959 US Open victory
at Winged Foot, he laid up in
every round on the Par 3 17th.
 
 

You’ll be faced with a course management challenge on all approach shots,
not just Par 3’s. Try playing a round where you take a ‘safety first’ approach to every shot.
Check out your score. Is it an improvement if you play within yourself?
Course management is an important part of your game; if you’d be interested
in an accompanied round to help with your course management,
 
 




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