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Fitting Days


May 4th - 5th
From 10:00am - 4:00pm

2019 Golf Equipment is all about speed and getting you further
down the fairways.

You don't want to miss out!
 

Mom? Dad?


  Have you made plans for the kids this summer?

If you would like to have your juniors participate - please sign up sooner rather than later.
We don't want to disappoint the kids!

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Take the first step


Which is more important to you right now: going further and straighter down the fairway; adding consistency to your approach shots; or becoming a wizard around the green? Spend a moment thinking about which would add the most enjoyment to your game.

Made a decision? Now take the most important step. Make a commitment to that improvement and let us help you. Contact us.

Simplify your short game

A wedge chart helps

You want to hit closer wedge shots more often with greater ease. If you can control your distance, you create more opportunities for birdies and par saves. Let’s help you achieve this by simplifying your short game with the use of a wedge chart. 
 
 
A ‘wedge chart’ is an accurate recording of the distance each wedge travels depending on the length of your swing. Wedge charts are used by the majority of Tour Pros, yet no one really encourages amateur or club golfers to use them.
 
Making your wedge game easier
 
 Understanding the importance of precision on approach shots using a wedge chart is your first lesson to a better short game and becoming a wedge guru. You may think you are not good enough for a wedge chart,
but they really work for any level of golfer.
 
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Ten shots better

 
Here’s where
 
If you’re in the 15-and-up handicap range, there’s a strong likelihood you could improve and be 10 shots better. If you don’t believe us, monitor your next round for shots lost in the following areas:
 
 
 
From 100 yards in, too many golfers still take 4 shots. A lack of control of distance, wrong club choices (or lack of choices), and inconsistency as they attempt to use swing speed to control how far they hit the ball, mean it’s a green missed.
 
 
 
One of the most common golf shots golfers are left with as a final approach to the green, is the short-pitch shot (15 – 40 yards). Most don’t understand the technique. Most don’t make good contact. Most can’t control landing spot and roll-out. Most know it’s 3 from here (and possibly worse).
 
 
 
 
It should be 2, or even 1, from here at least 50% of the time. You should be able to play this shot with confidence every time.
 
 
 
How many of you have no real confidence in the greenside sand? How many of you know it’s at least 3 shots from here, even 4 sometimes, rather than the occasional 2?

 
The ten-shot assessment
Book a session with us and let’s evaluate your technique and your equipment. Let’s identify how many shots we can improve your game by.
 
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