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Give us 5 Day's, and we will give you FUN for a lifetime! If you have ever thought about picking up a golf club, either for the first time or returning once again, you can make golf your sport for a lifetime. The Get Golf Ready Program is designed to teach you in five short lessons everything you need to know to step onto a golf course and play with confidence. Get Golf Ready will be guided by trained PGA Professionals who will make sure you have fun each step of the way.

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DAY 1

The first class sets the tone for the foundation of the golf swing. In this class you will be covering how to properly stretch, practice, setup, and mechanics of the full swing. By level 4 day 1, the first class covers how to make a tee time and check in, warm up, and how to read a scorecard.

DAY 2

Now that you have taken the first steps to the full swing, it is time to cover other parts of the game. The second class covers chipping and pitching fundamentals. By level 4 day 2, this will be the first day on the course. Learning to navigate and play a golf hole.

DAY 3

The third class covers putting in levels 1 and 2. This includes distance control and green reading. Level 3 day three covers gaining confidence in getting out of the sand bunker. In level 4, golfers will be playing more golf holes in a scramble format and learning basic rules/etiquette.    

DAY 4

You are almost to tackle the course with friends and family! The level 1 class covers how to hit fairway woods and drivers. By level 4 day 4, golfers play their own ball stroke play format and keeping score. At the end of level 4 you will have the confidence to have fun playing golf with friends and family.

Health Benefits of Playing Golf

Physical

A wide-range of physical benefits associated with golf include heart disease, diabetes and cancers is significantly reduced

Mental Health

Research highlights that golf can help individuals improve their confidence, self- esteem, and anxiety levels

Spectating At Events

Spectators at golf events walk significantly further than the 7,500 to 10,000 steps recommended for daily health. Walking your rounds of golf is also beneficial as it is about 4-6 miles for 18 holes!

Social & Well Being

The social element of golf is well-renowned – providing individuals with an opportunity to spend time with friends in great surroundings.

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