Entries by Stephanie Carey

7 shots anybody can rely on in the heat of competition

7 shots anybody can rely on in the heat of competition Written by Ron Kaspriske For some, golf is stress relief—a pastoral stroll interspersed by 70 or 80 golf swings and maybe a stop for a hot dog at the turn. For others, it’s a fist-clenching, nerve-racking, nearly out-of-body experience where success is often defined […]

Labor Day Special

GOLF & LUNCH FOR $35 Includes: 18 holes w/ cart, a burger or two hot dogs, fries, coleslaw and a drink Here’s how to receive this special:  1) Book a tee time online 2) Let us know you’d like the golf & lunch special at check-in.. your price will be adjusted at check-in 3) Enjoy a fun day […]

Driving for Distance: Players today know that carry beats all

Driving for Distance: Players today know that carry beats roll Written by Butch Harmon The old idea of hitting a low draw to get the ball running down the fairway is, well, an old idea. Launch monitors have proven that carry distance is the key to overall distance. Here are some tips for maximizing carry. […]

How to make the putts you’ve been giving yourself all season

How to make the putts you’ve been giving yourself all season Written by Keely Levins Amongst your group, you’ve probably determined an acceptable distance at which putts are gimmes at least most of the time—you don’t even wait for someone to say, That’s good. Even when you’re playing alone, you probably give yourself any putts within […]

Tomcat Scramble

Let’s support Tomcat Basketball! Friday, August 23rd | $300 Per Foursome Included in entry: Breakfast & Lunch provided by Buddy’s Clubhouse Grill 9AM Shotgun Start Hole in One Contest, Longest Drive, Beat the Pro, 3 Point Shooting Contest and More! Prizes: 1st Place Wins $400 2nd Place Wins $200 Hole in One Grand Prizes 2 Superbowl […]

How to correct your slice in golf

How to correct your slice in golf Written by Golfweek Dealing with a slice can be one of the most frustrating aspects of golf for amateurs. The banana ball flight off the tee makes it difficult to keep the ball in play and can drastically reduce the ball flight. Here are a few tips to […]

The trusted secrets of a member-guest juggernaut

The trusted secrets of a member-guest juggernaut Written by: Guy Yocom Tom McQueeney Jr. is 81 now, his golf in abeyance as he waits to have his right hip replaced. Tall and regal, he likes to give junior golfers lessons on the putting green, and he chips a bit, but his main pastime is keeping […]

Michael Breed: The two things you need to escape the sand

Michael Breed: The two things you need to escape the sand By Michael Breed Here’s your greenside sand lesson in two words: speed and bounce. Splashing a ball out of a bunker takes more power than you might think—that’s the speed part. And to use that speed effectively, the club has to slide through the […]

How to improve your contact with every club

How to improve your contact with every club By Renee Trudeau O’Higgins I’m going to assume you don’t need my advice to hit a putt solidly. That’s pretty easy to do. But what about the rest of your game? If you’re honestly assessing it, are you making great contact most of the time on your […]