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Opening Friday, May 1st

  • All tee time MUST BE MADE ONLINE OR BY PHONE PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, if you do not have a tee time made prior to arrival, you DO NOT play.
  • Tee-times are split to 20 minutes apart. This will maintain fewer people waiting to tee off #1 and in the Pro shop.
  • We encourage all players to remain in their vehicle until 10 minutes before their tee time. Again, to keep fewer people at #1 tee box and in the Pro shop.
  • Only one player per cart. NO Exceptions.
  • Every cart is thoroughly sanitized and washed before and after every round
  • The cups have foam inserts that will not allow the ball to go in the cup, eliminating the need to touch the cup or the flag (hit the foam, it’s a make).
  • All sand rakes are removed from the bunkers. (Lift clean and place out of all bunkers)
  • We encourage all players to maintain a 6ft gap between each other at all times including tees and greens

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Take A Look Back At Tiger’s 2019 Masters Victory

A master plan: Exclusive look inside the days that led to Tiger Woods’ 2019 Masters victory

Tiger Woods started talking about the importance of taking “baby steps” even before he won his first Masters, in 1997 by 12 shots when he was 21. He was lifting from the Earl Woods playbook. Improvement is incremental. It requires time and effort. You gotta walk before you can run.

In 2017, Tiger’s back was so bad that not only did he sit out the Masters for the second consecutive year, he told Gary Player at the Champions Dinner that his days as a competitive golfer were likely over. But one year and one spinal-fusion surgery later, he played his 21st Masters.

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Take Your Kids To Play Golf – Try These Tips!

6 Tips For Taking Your Kids Out On The Golf Course

How to keep your kids and the groups around you happy on the golf course

The thought of taking a group of kids out on the golf course is a lot more daunting than taking them to the driving range. But don’t let that fear deter you. There’s a way for kids to get around the course in a completely acceptable amount of time and not bother other groups in the process.

We spoke to Erika Larkin, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and the Director of Instruction at The Club at Creighton Farms in Aldie, Virginia.

Larkin not only teaches a lot of juniors, her two young children are also golfers. If anyone has some strategies on how to successfully navigate a group of juniors around a course without making the group behind you antsy, it’s her.

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How A Doorframe Can Improve Your Golf Swing

Learn how to turn back, not sway.

Let’s talk about hip turn. James Kinney, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and Director of Instruction at GolfTec Omaha, says that from the data GolfTec has collected, they’ve found lower handicap golfers have a more centered lower body at the top of the swing. Meaning, they don’t sway.

If you’re swaying off the ball, you’re moving yourself off of your starting position. The low point of your swing moves back when you sway back, so you’re going to have to shift forward to get your club to bottom out where the ball is. That takes a lot of timing, and is going to end up producing some ugly shots.

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