It's that time of year again!

San Diego County Fair time

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With the fair there are some changes to our schedules:

On half days, the last bucket will be sold before 10:00 a.m. no exceptions!

Pelly’s Mini Golf and Café is open regular hours during the
entire 2019 S.D. County Fair

Pelly’s and the Café will be closed Saturday, June 29th – July 4th.

Top Tracer will be open Mondays and Tuesdays ONLY in June.

Call 858-509-5130 for more information

What do you want out of your game?

If you watched the last day of the PGA Championship, you would have seen more excitement than anyone expected. Congratulations to Brooks Koepka. It was a tough week for most of the participants, but he's tougher than most.

It's always a debate with golf. Should it be such an overwhelming challenge as we saw at Bethpage, or should it be a game that offers more reward and enjoyment more often?

There's never going to be a "right" answer for everyone. But there doesn't have to be. You play the game the way you want to. You take on the challenges you want to. You get out of golf, what you want to get out of it. Remember that.

Simplify your short game

Reap the rewards of great wedge play
Over the past three weeks, we have discussed the importance of great distance control in your wedge game and how it can help you lower your scores, improve your skills and get more from your golf. 
Create a wedge chart.
There are many advantages:
- Greater distance control
- Improved accuracy
- Better shot execution under pressure
- Added confidence from a variety of distances
- Less technical swing thoughts
- Better game management.
Armed with your wedge chart and your favorite distance with your favorite wedge, you’ll know where to lay-up if you can’t get to the green with your approach. That’s better game management. Every golfer, whatever their handicap, should have a wedge chart.
Fill your wedge chart
To gauge a distance for each of your swings for each wedge can be difficult without assistance. So why not book a session with us. Let’s complete your wedge chart and at the same time, we can look over your three swings. Maybe there are other improvements.
Book a session >


Ten shots better

Worthwhile practice that pays back
How easy should a chip shot be? What should you be averaging to hole out from within 10 yards of the green playing a chip shot?
 How many times out of 10, do you take 2 and how many times is it 3 shots? Are you as good as you would be with a putter in hand?
A very common fault we see with less experienced golfers, is an attempt to “flick” at the ball on chip shots. Too much wrist action ends up with too many shots thinned, and certainly very inconsistent contact. If you’re not really in control of this shot, then come and learn the correct technique.
Then practice using some simple aids – as shown here – and set out to gain control over where your ball lands and how much it rolls. Watch Martin Hall show you a neat practice station to perfect your technique.

Watch now >

The ten-shot assessment
The right technique on just four shorter golf shots, can save most golfers 10 shots and more in a round. For many that’s a single figure handicap. For all, it’s a round full of great saves, and more opportunities. Start with an assessment. Let’s discover how many shots we can improve your game by.
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