Clinics and Classes to Improve Your Game
Sue Vreeland, LPGA Teaching Professional, is offering many opportunities to improve your golf game. To sign up for any of these classes, contact Sue at (757) 724-2466, or email email@example.com
. Classes meet at Red Wing Lake Golf Course.
Get Golf Ready: For new golfers with little or no experience, learn all the "fun"damentals of a game that you can play for a lifetime.
Tuesdays, 6-7 pm | June 1 - June 29 | $99 for 5 classes
Golf Clinics: Focus on specific shots in each session. $25/session
Putting & Full Swing | Wed., May 5 or Sat., May 8 | 10-11:30 am
Chipping & Full Swing | Wed., May 12 or Sat., May 15 | 10-11:30 am
Pitching & Full Swing | Wed., May 19 or Sat., May 22 | 10-11:30 am
Sand & Full Swing | Wed., May 26 or Sat., May 29 | 10-11:30 am
"Live" Golf: "Live" and in person, you and your game! 2 hours of on course observation and instruction. Receive a written review with suggested improvements for your game. Only 3 people per class. Arrive 30 minutes early to warm up.
Sat., June 5 or Sat., July 10 | 3-5 pm | $50 per session, includes green fees and range balls
Half-Day Golf School: Full Swing: Master the techniques for hitting consistent and powerful golf shots with all of your clubs.
Fri., May 14, 9 am - 12 pm or Sat., May 15, 1-4 pm | $50 per session, includes lunch
Jamie Smith, PGA Teaching Professional, is providing golf clinics each Saturday morning from 9:30 - 11 am at Bow Creek Golf Course. The cost is $15.00. Register and view clinic offerings on Jamie's website, JamieSmithGolfInstruction.com
|Fun Fact: Curse of the Yips
The average golfer who suffers from the yips is 45 years old and has been playing golf for 30 years. On average, the yips last for six years. Golf greats, who have been stricken with the yips include: Ben Hogan, Johnny Miller, Bernhard Langer, Sam Snead, and Tom Watson.
The yips began to strike Mac O'Grady shortly after the 1987 season when he earned a career-high $285,109. The next year he dropped to $116,153 and then to $40,090 in 1989. He was so desperate to cure his crippling case of the yips he donated $30,000 to the medical department at UCLA to study the problem.
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