Senior Club Championship


Here are the pairings for Round 1 of our Senior Club Championship tomorrow.

Good luck gentlemen - may your swing be straight and your ball fly far.

Reminder


Golf Course Aerification Schedule

Monday, August 5 – Golf course and driving range closed
Tuesday, August 6 – Golf course closed. 
Driving range open from 7am to 7pm.
Wednesday, August 7 – Golf course closed.
Driving range open from 7am to 7pm.

Men's Fall Invitational

 

It is with great pleasure we invite you to participate in our fourth Men’s Fall Invitational to be contested on Friday, September 13, 2019. Fall at Glen View Club is arguably the best time of year to play golf with the leaves changing colors and the golf course in great shape. The event format will provide an enjoyable day of golf with three different formats to play.

Please click here for Registration card and full details.
If you have any questions, please call the Pro Shop at 847-729-3611.

Center of Gravity (CoG) matters

 
CoG can impact tee shot distance by 20+ yards
 
Below are two drivers with exactly the same loft. Let’s assume they also have the identical shaft and shaft length.
 

 
The white DOT marks the CoG
The white line through the centre of each driver represents the neutral axis. Almost all drivers have a CoG that is above this line. Both the distance above, and how forward or back the CoG is, will impact on the angle the ball actually launches, the amount of spin on the ball, and the amount of MOI (forgiveness the driver has).

The driver on the left will go further for a slower swing speed golfer as it will launch higher and with more spin. The driver on the right will go further for a more aggressive golfer with a faster swing speed because it will launch a little lower and spin a lot less.
 
The difference between CoG locations in drivers can be measured in millimeters, but the difference in distance can be measured in tens of yards.
 
CoG affects the launch conditions (angle and spin) and that significantly impacts on how far your ball will travel.

 
Fix your millimeters and yards
Get every yard off the tee your potential deserves. Come and have a tee shot assessment and let's see how we can add 20, 30 and even more yards to your tee shots.
 
Contact us >

It’s time to do something

 
What is happening to our children?
 
Right now, we have a younger generation who are expected to LOSE 5 years of expected life because of childhood obesity, poor nutrition and activity, and the rise of type-2 diabetes and coronary disease.  Golf can help reverse this trend.
 
 
We need children to become more active. Of course, they need to participate in more than one activity, but golf should be one of the activities. It has everything for a child.
 

 
Start your child now
With young children we’re not thinking about creating Tour superstars, we’re trying to introduce them to a pastime that will offer them the chance to live an active and social lifestyle that will make them healthier for their whole life. It’s time to do something.
 
Contact us for an assessment >
 



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