Results


We had an exciting week at GVC

Congratulations to our 2019 Vice-President's Trophy winners.
Click here for full results.


Congratulations also go to our Ladies Opening Day winners.
For full results click here.

Thank you to everyone for participating, and we hope you join us again for our next tournaments.

How does a golf trip sound?


Our annual member golf trip will take us
to Sand Valley this fall

The dates will be August 30-September 1, 2019.


All those interested in taking this trip need to sign up by May 29th.

Click here to read all the details.

Any questions please email Kyle at kyle@glenviewclub.com.

 

Opening Week at GVC


If you would like to sign up for any events, please email kyle@glenviewclub.com, or call the Pro Shop at 847-729-3611

Men’s Opening Day
Saturday, May 18
7:00am – Hot breakfast buffet (complimentary)
8:30am – Shotgun Start
Format will be Best Ball Foursome
Sign up with your foursome, or have the Pro Shop find you a group

 

It's time to get better!


Even if you think you can practice on your own,
have a lesson or two to make sure you are practicing smartly.


Knock the rust off and start the season off with a better game.

Schedule Golf Lessons

If you would like to schedule golf lessons this summer, please contact the instructor:

Chris Green - https://calendly.com/chrisgreengolf
Kyle Bauer – kyle@glenviewclub.com
Justin Pollock – https://calendly.com/jpollockgolf


Any questions, please

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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 golf becomes a great game.
 
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Ten shots better

 
Confidence counts
 
In our attempts to show you that, if you’re a mid to higher handicap golfer, you can take ten shots off your scorecard, we identified four areas where most of you lose shots. One of those areas is in the 15 – 40 yard range.
 
 
 
 Yes, most golfers miss the green with their approach shot, and leave themselves what ought to be a very simple short-pitch shot. One they should be able to play with confidence and competence.
 
Benchmark your skill level

Set yourself up on a flat lie 15-yard short of the green. Take ten shots and see how many you can get within 8 feet and how many within 4 feet. Now take the same test off an uphill lie. Then a side-hill lie. Finally, a downhill lie. How well do you do? Do you understand the technique that makes this a simple shot to play well? A technique that will mean no “fat” or “thin” shots?
 

 
The ten-shot assessment

Why not come and benchmark your skill with us? You’ll be surprised at the simple pointers that make a big impact instantly. For most, just learning how to use bounce, to take away the requirement for perfect contact, will make a really big difference. Let’s identify how many shots we can improve your game by.
 
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