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Junior Pro Am…

Elsabe and Justin put on another successful Junior Pro Am last week. Not even the freaky cold day could dampen their spirits. They had a great time playing with our PGA professionals.

We’d like to thank all the Pro’s that gave up their time to inspire and encourage a passion for the game of golf amongst our youngsters.

Twenty-seven kids from 5 to 18-years of age, all with different handicaps and abilities took part.

We encourage you to send your kids to Elsabe Hefer (082-922-8408) or Justin Godfrey (082-925-0236) – no matter how old or whether they can play or not!

Congrats to Team Joseph Phiri featuring Juan Oosthuizen; Johan Graaf and Mathew Ehlert, who won on 82 points. They are all members of the academy.

 
 
Congrats…

...to Lubanzi Tselane who won the North West Under 11 Championships at Seasons Eco Estate last weekend.
 
Lubanzi Tselane
 
…to Jontey Kotze, a blind golfer who is coached by Justin Godfrey. He played in the SA Open for Blind Golfers at Glendower last week and scored 36pts & 28pts over two rounds to win his division. Well done to both Jontey & Justin!

Check out the video below.

End your Weekend with our Sunday Golf Special

To book a tee-off time call the Golf Shop on (012) 654-2111 or go to www.zwartkopcountryclub.co.za.
 
 

Let us help you play better golf…

This week Elsabe advises you to aim correctly off the 4th tee.
 
Why don’t you get Elsabe to help you reach your goals – give her a call on 082-922-8408/ elsabe@zwartkopcc.co.za to discuss what you would like to achieve.

Practice with Purpose in October…

Join Elsabe and Justin’s Practice Club in October.

Every Wednesday from 12h00 – 13h00 – Breaking 80 & Breaking 90 - perfect for the more advanced players.
Every Thursday from 08h30 – 09h30 - Getting Started or Breaking 100 - perfect for beginners.
 
 
Group Golf lessons:

We have a variety of classes available for both junior and adult golfers. It’s a fun way to get into golf or to improve your game – and you get to meet new people at the same time!
   
   

Product of the Week

We have just received the new Cleveland CBX2 wedges in stock.

Chunk, flub, duff, miff — there are a lot of ways to say it, but only one wedge can fix it. If this sounds like you, then the Cleveland CBX 2 is the wedge for you.

More spin, plenty of versatility, and a whole lot of forgiveness. It’s a cavity back wedge for cavity back golfers, and it’s your ticket to better short game shots, every time you hit the links.
   



 
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What are you buying?

 
You want confidence that your Iron is going to help you hit a solid and accurate approach shot.
 
 
 
Why wouldn’t you want to play with a lie angle that HELPED you hit solid accurate golf shots? Why wouldn’t you play with a lie angle that GAVE YOU confidence? You should always get fitted.

 
Check your equipment
Let’s get your Irons checked. Let’s help you build confidence in your approach shots. Come and see us. Call us, or
Book an equipment assessment >

Champ the champion


PGA Tour’s longest player wins with Srixon Z-STAR

Cameron Champ has won his second PGA tour trophy within two years of switching to the Srixon Z-STAR XV golf ball.

  On his way to victory at this year’s Safeway Open, Champ topped the Driving Distance and Scrambling rankings. An achievement no doubt helped by playing a ball that’s long off the tee and soft around the green.

Consistently better

 
 
 
What part of your body controls your swing?  Too many golfers struggle with consistency because their hands (and arms) are too involved in their golf swing.
 
 
 A swing controlled by the hands and arms depends too much on the finer, smaller muscles. Swinging on plane becomes difficult. Consistency of ball striking is impossible. And it's much more difficult to create power.

You need to let the large muscles control the swing to create consistency and power.
 


 
 Test it out on the range
On the range, feel what part of your body starts your backswing and what part starts your downswing. Controlling the first movement of both the backswing and downswing with the correct part of your body can be a big pay-off for most of you.
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A career in golf

 

 






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