The kids were wondering


  Have you made plans for them this summer?

If you would like to have your juniors participate - please sign up sooner rather than later.
We don't want to disappoint the kids!

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Be as good as you can be


If the Masters didn't inspire you to play more golf, then I don’t know what will. A great event with a fantastic story, that for so long had so many golfers in the frame. So much will be written about Tiger’s victory, so we won’t add to the media blitz that’s already started.

Rather we’d ask you to reflect on the golf swings you saw. Most of them compact and simple. How much more effective could your swing be? How much more enjoyable would your game be? Come and take the first step on a journey. Contact us.

Everyone wants forgiveness

 
"Game Improvement" means exactly that
 
Most golfers who have an 8 – 15 handicap are fairly good ball strikers. If that’s you, then our guess is your approach shots can be frustrating. Sometimes you’re all over the flag. Other times you’re short and possibly right. Take advantage of technology to improve your consistency.
 
 
 
 If you’re in the 10 – 18 handicap range then you should be looking for a model that brings you more greens hit with your #8, #7 and #6 irons. Consistency from this range lowers your score and drops your handicap. It also makes the game a lot more rewarding.
 

 
Improve your approach shots
Remember that inconsistency of ball striking can be (and often is) a consequence of irons that have the wrong lie angle/shaft length for you. Get that right, with some technology that improves the consistency of strike, and this becomes a great game.
 
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The best for you

 
Don’t settle for what you have 
 
There’s a famous saying from Dr. Bob Rotella:
 
 
 
Great advice for when you’re on the golf course in competition.
But for most golfers, the implication of that is “most longer clubs stay in the bag forever”.  
Most golfers struggle with consistency when using fairway woods, hybrids, longer irons,
and sometimes even mid-irons, so how do you apply this advice?
Do most of these clubs remain unused in the bag forever?
 
We have some sports psychology for you:
 
 
 
Get a better experience
 
By increasing the length of club that you can hit consistently from the fairway, you change your golf game. Escape from difficult positions becomes easier. Setting up opportunity becomes easier. Both of those lead to a better playing experience.
 
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