If you can't sink 'em


Join 'em!
This Saturday from 3-5pm

After going through the AimPoint Green Reading education, you will never again have to guess at how much a putt breaks. Any putt!

Learn that putting is predictable and discover the most effective and reliable ways to determine the direction and precise amount of break for any putt, all based on gravity.

To be a winner join us for our Aimpoint Read and Speed Cllinics:
 
May 4th
3-5 pm
$175 per person

Book now and never have to guess again.

One month only!


A 1-hour Equipment Assessment
and Swing Evaluation

May 1st - May 31st
We will be using the latest technology to give you the best results.

 

To book a spot now - click here.

Any questions,

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Great results


2019 Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State
Golf Championship


Division 1 Girls
State Runner-up: Sarah Meral, St. Scholastica

Division II Girls
Individual:
State Runner-up: Liza Lapeyre, Isidore Newman
3rd Place: Riely Heaslip, Episcopal-BR
12th Place: Samantha Schultz, Christ Episcopal

Division I Boys
Team Standings:
St. Paul’s finished 3rd in their Division as a team

Individual:
State Runner-up: Quinn Garcia, St. Paul’s
T-9th Place: Owen Hayden, St. Paul’s
T-19th Place: Riley Hnatyshyn, St. Paul’s
                Josh Achord, St. Paul’s
42nd Place: Dwayne Heron, Brother Martin

Division III Boys
Individual:
4th Place: Ryan Dupuy, Dunham
10th Place: Tanner McKenzie, Pine
15th Place: Philip Pazos, Archbishop Hannan
T-16th Place: Walter Anderson, University

Division IV Boys
Christ Episcopal Team finished 6th in their first ever trip to State Championship

Individual:
7th Place: James Preston, Christ Episcopal

Click here to read all about the Championship.
Congratulations to all our RNGA juniors - well played!

Bored kids?


Never at RNGA
 

If they really like being with friends and socializing...
why not get them into golf?
A lifetime of excercise and friends!
Sign up for our summer camps before the fill up.
Time: 9 am - 12 pm
$275 per student

Ages: 4 - 16
June 18-21
July 9-12
 
Click to schedule now >
 

Final, final chance!


PGA Jr. League registration has been extended
   
    Cost will be $275 for the season which includes uniforms, bag tags, and all the goodies.

Here is this year's schedule:
Sunday, May 5th Tchefuncte 3-5:30
Wednesday, May 15th Oak Harbor 5-7:30
Sunday, May 19th Tchefuncte  3-5:30
Wednesday, May 29th Money Hill 5-7:30
Sunday, June 2nd Beau Chene 3-5:30
Sunday, June 9th Beau Chene 3-5:30
Wednesday, June 19th Money Hill 5-7:30
Rain Day: Wednesday, June 26th Beau Chene 5-7:30



To register for our PGA Jr. League, please search for Money Hill

Click to schedule now >
 

Testimonial Tuesday


"I enjoyed the time with Rob and it was very helpful. The information he provided assisted me in being able to work out issues after I have left the lesson." -
John


Not sure where your game needs help?
Come in for an assessment and we can get you playing better!
Contact us - we can help!

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.
 
Contact us >
 


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.
 
Contact us >
 





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