For the love of hybrids

For the love of hybrids

If you asked me, an intermediate woman golfer, to pick my favorite club I wouldn’t even hesitate. My Callaway Steelhead 4 Hybrid is my favorite club, no doubt. There are still some out there who doubt hybrids, or prefer their 5 woods or 3 woods to a 3 hybrid, but for me, and for many women in particular, hybrids are…

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Indoor Golf Training Tips

Indoor Golf Training Tips

Once the snow hits the ground many golfers stick their clubs in the closet and forget about them until spring. However, if you take the time to practice even some simple indoor golf training tips during the winter, you maybe surprised at the difference in your game when spring rolls around. Don’t forget about our GOLF SIMULATOR! Reserve space today…

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Pace of Play Tips

Pace of Play Tips

One thing that will get golfers riled up in a hurry is slow pace of play. If you’re new to golf, “pace of play” is literally the pace at which your group plays golf. Golf courses set tee times based on an average pace of play. Slow pace of play occurs when a group is taking more than the average…

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Quick Tips to Improve your Drives

Quick Tips to Improve your Drives

Even though the majority of us will never drive it like Cameron Champ or Bryson DeChambeau, we can still improve our driving.  Whether you’re looking to hit it straighter or further, the following quick tips to improve your drives can help you make solid contact with the ball off the tee. Narrow your Stance.  Having too wide of a stance…

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Tips for Visiting a New Golf Course

Tips for Visiting a New Golf Course

Visiting a new golf course is always a fun adventure! The scenic views and challenge of playing a new-to-you course will be both exhilirating and perhaps a bit daunting as well. If you’re nervous, we’ve got tips for visiting a new golf course. First, be sure to check out the course’s website. For instance, on our website we provide a…

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5 Mental Golf Tips

5 Mental Golf Tips

Golf is a mental sport. Sure, golf is a physical sport too. We all get exercise walking the course or even walking to the greens from the cart path! Swinging clubs over and over helps to develop flexibility and strength.  However, when it comes to the skill of golf, when it comes to scoring the best you can, most good…

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Winter Golf Prep

Winter Golf Prep

As January stretches on into the distant future we’re all looking for ways to stay in golf shape. When they’re open, the putting green and driving range are great options for working on alignment, driving distance, and lag putting. But when they’re covered in snow and so is the course, what can you do? Check out our latest winter golf…

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Golf Simulator Lessons

Golf Simulator Lessons

Winter is the perfect time to perfect your swing before the arrival of Spring! Book your indoor simulator lessons directly with one of our talented instructors! Lead Instructor: BJ Hough, PGA Apprentice Call: 719-663-4964 for bookings or, E-Mail: bjhough147@tutanota.com 1-hour: $50 2-hours: $90 5-lesson bundle: $220 Also, introducing our newest golf instructor, Brandon Pinard. “Coach B.”  comes to Redlands Mesa…

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