Let it snow!



The Swiss-based, internationally operating brand is famous not only for its ski collections, but also for groundbreaking golfwear.

Save the date for our KJUS Ski and Lifestyle
Trunk Show


Saturday, November 23rd from 12pm - 6pm

In the Men's Pub
 

Let us know if you have any questions.

October hours

 
Pro Shop
  Tuesday through Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday & Sunday 7:30am-6pm


Driving Range
Will remain open during the Pro Shop hours and the last day for the range will be Sunday, October 27th.

Guests welcome


Guest Fee Change

With the golf course being aerified this week, guest fees will be discounted 50% for the remainder of the season.

What is your game plan?


As the golf season ends, we don’t want you to stop thinking about your golf. This is an excellent time to start reflecting on how this season has gone? How can you get more out of your golf going forward?

If we can help in the short-term, let us know.

Saves 5 shots per round

 
 
If you struggle to make enough 6, 8, 10 and 12-foot putts on a flat lie, there’s a real possibility that your putter is getting in the way of your fun. If you’re struggling, then set up as shown below and try 10x10 foot putts (on a flat surface).

 

If you’re feeling uncomfortable in this setup, or you’re still struggling to sink enough straight-forward, flat putts, then try a putter with a shorter shaft. What happens then? You might be very surprised.
 
 
 The average shaft length on a putter is 35“. That’s too long for the majority of golfers. It’s longer than the average putter length on the PGA Tour. Can you get into a posture that allows you to set up correctly and deliver the putter face square at impact with 35“?

 
Get a check-up
Improving your ability to square the putter face at impact will take up to 5 shots off your scorecard. There are some simple keys to that improvement. Setup and putter are part of that equation. So come and see us.
 
Book a check-up >

What matters most to you?

 
 
Last week we asked if you could answer one question. With the ability to be entirely anonymous. We wanted to know how you viewed your position on a simple continuum. Where do you see yourself on your golfing journey?
 
 
 
At one end there’s space for the person who sees golf totally as a competitive sport, and on the other end there’s those that see it as a social and recreational activity. We’re asking golfers to position themselves. Next month we’ll publish a SUMMARY of how our community of golfers see the game.

 
If you haven’t already done so
So, if haven’t given a response then please follow the link below. It’s a very short and very private survey – no personal details required – so go on
Answer now >



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