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Thursday's Tip of the Week - August 30, 2018

In our last Tip of the Week, we discussed posture during your swing and stance. Another important element is your alignment.One of the most common mistakes amateur golfers make is improper alignment. Most think they should align their feet at the target while others try to get their shoulders Read More

Thursday's Tip of the Week - August 16, 2018

The next time you’re out playing or practicing, take a moment to check your posture. Having poor posture can wreak havoc on your golf game. Loss of power, poor contact with golf shots, and inconsistent shot direction, can all be linked to bad posture. To help work on your posture, try these tips. Read More

Thursday's Tip of Week - August 9, 2018

"Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half inch course... the space between your ears." - Bobby JonesRemaining calm on the golf course is a crucial part of having a consistent golf game. Head Vitality Coach Andy Magill says that “sport and stress can become an overbearing combination Read More

Thursday's Tip of the Week - July 19, 2018

Golf is a game of ups and downs. Frequently you’ll find yourself on an uphill or downhill lie and will have to adjust your stance and swing to get the results you’re looking for. Uphill and downhill lies can affect how the ball will react off the club in a couple of ways. The first factor is the Read More

Thursday's Tip of the Week - July 12, 2018

Keeping golf course greens in their best shape requires a lot of time, effort and money. While the course maintenance staff strives every day to keep the course in perfect playing conditions, sometimes we need help from our guests as well.When playing golf, always remember to repair your ball mark Read More

Thursday's Tip of the Week - July 5, 2018

Depending on what time of the year it is, temperature can have an effect on how far the ball will travel through the air. A lot of people assume that humidity has the most effect on how far the ball will travel through the air. However, it is actually temperature that has the greatest effect on Read More

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