Gentlemen, it's time


For the 45th Royal and Ancient
Will it be your name engraved on the trophy?
 

The 45th Royal & Ancient Tournament is scheduled to begin tomorrow Friday, June 14th with 89 teams competing over two days of competition for the right to have their names engraved on the Frederick F. Webster Memorial Trophy.  This year the field consists of 178 members, including our 2018 champions Dan Huber and Eric Mogentale

The format of play for the competition is 36 holes of Better Ball of Partners with the first round scheduled for Friday, June 14th and the final round scheduled for Saturday, June 15th.  Pairings and information for Friday's first round are included below.  Pairings for Saturday's final round will be made at the conclusion of the first round and will be based on the net scores with the leaders going out in the final pairing at 2:40 pm.  For complete Royal & Ancient tournament coverage, including daily results, sweepstakes results, pairings and starting time information, and final results, please visit the website at www.glenviewclub.com.

Best of luck to everyone participating in the Royal & Ancient tournament this week and I look forward to seeing you at the Royal & Ancient Dinner on tonight. 

Click here for the full pairings and alpha sheet.

Ladies Day schedule update


The Grandmother’s Tournament was rained out, and has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 25th

Play will be in threesomes and you may sign up using our Event Net Online Signup link located on the club website.

Any questions, please

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Simplify your short game

 
Three swings you can replicate
 
Do you lack confidence controlling distance with your pitch shots?  Many, even most, of our golfers have one swing length for all pitch shots. They control their distance by accelerating or decelerating into the ball. That’s a tough task and just adds to the challenge of the shot. It’s very difficult to be precise. 
 
Control distance with the length of your back-swing and follow-through. Work with three swing lengths using the clock face theory 9-3,11-1 and full swing. It will help you hit it closer more often through greater distance control.
 
Now you should create a wedge chart. An accurate recording of the distance each wedge travels depending on the length of your swing.
This will help you make better decisions on the course. This will help you hit your distance target more often.
 
Fill the gaps
Integrating a 9-3 and 11-1 swing into your wedge game is critical to ensure you are never between clubs again. You will be shocked by the consistency and confidence you gain. It only takes one lesson.
 
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Enjoy the journey

 
 

 
 
 Better is more enjoyment. Better is more excitement. Better is more rewarding. Better is a look of surprise on your playing partner’s face. Better is a challenge faced and an accomplishment made.
 
 

 
Start a journey
Golf is even more fun when it’s a journey somewhere. It’s more than playing. It’s about growing and improving and mastering a new skill. Speak to us about our ‘Play Nine Together’ or ‘Personal Assessment’ and we’ll show you a pathway to better golf.
 
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