Our signature event


The TWA Days Invitational dates have been announced for July 18-20, 2019.


Our traditional format will continue: a five-match round robin event within each flight, followed by a four-hole medal play competition among the flight winners, and the “wild card” teams to determine the overall tournament champion.

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The Twa Days Invitational will be the highlight of the season at Glen View Club and we hope that you are able to participate. It will provide a wonderful opportunity to show your guest our fabulous Club, while sharing in competition and camaraderie with friends. We look forward to your participation. If you have any questions, please

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2019 Dunhill Cup Season

 

Believe it or not, the golf season is not that far around the corner. That means it’s time to start planning for the upcoming 2019 Dunhill Cup season.  Our 16 captains are meeting next week to plan another great season of competition and camaraderie and we look forward to you participating.

The Dunhill Cup schedule will consist of 10 regular season weeks starting with our opening team scramble on Tuesday, April 23rd.  We will continue to have a variety of different formats, concluding with singles matches for the playoff matches in July and finals on Saturday, July 27th.  

The annual Dunhill Cup Draft is scheduled for Thursday, April 18th in the Pub at 7:00 p.m.  You are encouraged to attend this event and find out which team you will be playing on this Dunhill Cup season. Everyone in attendance  at the draft will be entered in a drawing for one of three $ 100 Pro Shop gift certificates.  Once all of the teams are established, we will get your uniform ordered and here as quickly as possible.

If you would like to participate in Dunhill Cup as a Regular or a Substitute, please click the registration link below and submit your information no later than April 9th

Sign ups will be taken in the order in which they are received. 

2019 Dunhill Registration Link

All Regulars will be charged $ 150 for the season and are expected to play in at least 5 of the Tuesday regular season matches. If you have any questions about the Dunhill Cup program for 2019, please do not hesitate to call the Pro Shop.

Titleist loyalty pays!


I know that it's hard to believe, but it's that time of year for the Titleist Loyalty Rewarded Promotion. This is always a great email to send out because it signals that the golf season is not that far away! Titleist is offering their Pro V1, Pro V1X, and AVX golf ball promotion, where you Buy 3 Dozen and Get 1 Dozen Free. This is a great way to stock up for the upcoming season and get your golf ball personalized for free. To take advantage of this offer and have your golf balls in the initial shipment, please reply back to this email.

As a member of the Titleist Leadership Advisory Staff, I am able to submit orders two weeks early, starting on March 1st. These initial orders will be delivered by April 1st and the golf balls will be placed in your locker and ready for the upcoming season. All orders taken after March 1st will be sent in on a weekly basis until the final order date of
April 22nd. The two options that are available this year are listed below. In addition, anyone who wishes to get yellow golf balls may do so under both options.

Option #1

Free personalization (Imprint only; logos not available under this promotion)

All dozens to be the same ball type and personalization must be the same imprint and color.
Available ink colors include: black, blue, red, green and pink.
Available in both low numbers (1 to 4) and high numbers (5 to 8)

Option #2


Same play number ($2 upcharge/dozen applies)

Consumer may elect to have the same play number for all dozens.
#'s can be 1-9 and double digit play numbers 00 &10 - 99.
The double digit number will be the same on all 4 dozen.
All dozens to be the same ball type and personalization must be the same imprint and color.
Available ink colors include: black, blue, red, green and pink.

For all orders, please specify the following information:

Ball Type: Pro V1, Pro V1X, or AVX

Personalization: Up to 3 lines of text, maximum of 17 characters per line. All dozens will have the same imprint.

Ink Color: Black, Blue, Green, Red, or Pink

Play #: 1-4, 5-8, Single Number 1-9, Double Digit Number 00, 10-99

All golf balls ordered will be white, unless you specify that you would prefer yellow golf balls.

I'm looking forward to a great 2019 golf season and am excited to see everyone back out at the club in a couple of months!


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Feel the thrill

 
The sweet spot matters
 
One of the best feelings in golf is when you make contact out of the “hitting zone” with your driver. It’s an exquisite moment. There’s satisfaction in watching the ball speeding down the fairway.
 
 
It’s not easy though. You’re swinging the club with the longest shaft.  The ball might be teed up, but it’s going to be over 40 inches away from where your hands are gripping the club.  It used to be you had to find the sweet spot in a much smaller head. Now the head and face are larger,  and the manufacturers work to extend the hitting zone.
 
 
We’re delivering thrills
 
Our passion is helping you experience the thrill of contact out of the hitting zone. If you’re looking for more thrills, come and spend 30 minutes with us.
 
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The Par 3 Advantage

 
Become a master of the Par 3s
 
Just 160 yards from the flag.  You can place the ball on a tee, creating the perfect lie. This is an opportunity to put a low number on your card. For many, it’s the chance for a net birdie. So what goes wrong?
 
 
 We see four very common challenges. If you suffer from these, then they’re easy to overcome.
 
Club selection
Most of you choose a club which, if struck perfectly, gets to the flag. As a minimum choose a club which, if hit perfectly, gets you to the back of the green.
 
Ball position
We see a lot of golfers tee the ball up awfully high when using an iron. You should be trying to create the perfect lie.
 
Game management
Put the ball in the fat of the green away from trouble, and you have more room for error. Don’t go flag hunting when the risk of a 5 or worse is staring at you.
 
Technique
We still see a lot of long irons in bags. They’re tough to hit consistently. But many of those who’ve converted to hybrids have never had a lesson to learn the technique with this club.
 
Make Par 3 improvement a priority
 
What improvement would make a difference to your Par 3 scorecard?
We want to help make you a Par 3 Master.
 
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