Thanksgiving hours

For both driving range and Pelly’s Mini Golf
Thursday, November 28th
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Last bucket sold: NOON
Last group out on mini golf: NOON

Who's up for a little competition?

The 9 Shot Challenge
December 5th - 8th
Let's see how you stack up against other golfers.

1st Prize – Custom Fit Epic Flash Driver
2nd Prize – Custom Fit Odyssey Stroke Lab Putter
3rd Prize – 2 dozen Chrome Soft Golf Balls

Are you up to the challenge?

What happens...

...When you come for a lesson with Bill Westerlund?
Here's Bill to tell you.

To get help with your golf swing, please

Contact us >

What are you buying?

Whether it's about improving a handicap, shooting low scores, winning competitions, enjoying great shots, or fulfillment from the game, FITTING is the MUST HAVE.
Golf equipment, especially an iron, is an assembly of the perfect parts for you. Lie angle, length, flex, loft, weight, grip, means you can make sure your iron fits you.
We’ll keep telling you that you’re one in a thousand. Yes. For each iron model, there are usually around 1,000 variations of build. One will deliver more confidence, more magical moments, and more consistency and certainty.

Let’s find your ONE
The day you decide you want to improve your approach shots, remember you’re not buying a new set of irons. You’re buying so much more than that. You’re buying something uniquely important to you.
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Read the wind

You’ll all have heard on TV the commentators talking about a top Professional playing a “stinger”. A very low shot that will remain under the wind. This was a shot made famous by Tiger Woods.
If you want to learn how to play the ‘stinger’ then please contact us and invest the time into learning and then practicing the technique. Generally we would recommend that this is a shot for the better golfer.

For most golfers we talk to, we’d recommend a simpler approach
Take more club. An #8 iron in a 10mph head wind will probably need you to go up to a #6 iron. And then don’t try and swing harder. But do commit to the shot.

Embrace the wind
The wind shouldn’t spoil a round. It might well hurt a scorecard. But if you think of it as a challenge on the day that exercises your mind and game management, it will improve your thinking on every round.
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