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When the NBA Meets the PGA

The Ellie Mae Classic is right around the corner, and the golf world is clamoring to get tickets and offer their two cents on who will come out with the illustrious win. OK – that’s not exactly true, in fact, many people even within the golf industry probably haven’t even heard of the Ellie Mae Read More

Summer Heat Cramping Your Golf Game?

With the official start of Summer underway, we are experiencing record breaking temperatures. Summer heat can be wonderful when you’re laying out on the beach or taking a dip in the pool, but while you are on the golf course, it can hinder your swing. Instead of fantasizing about a swim in a cool Read More

U.S. Open Underdogs

Who doesn’t love a good underdog story? Rocky, Hoosiers, Rudy, the list goes on and on. The U.S. Open is just days away and within the 73 golfers who made the cut, there are more than a few underdog stories - golfer’s both young and old who have something to prove to the rest of us. Click the link Read More

Father's Day is Soon - Get Dad the Perfect Gift

Father’s Day is coming up very soon. Dads are really hard to shop for, but all Dads who play golf would love something from the Golf Shop. Maybe he needs a new hat, shirt, dozen balls, or a new bag? We have everything you need to shop for your Dad for this Father’s Day. Stop by the Golf Shop to Read More

Aerification = Healthy Greens

Deep Tine Aerification The process of deep tining the greens involves the use of solid tines that are able to penetrate 6-14 inches into the soil. Normal aerification will penetrate 5 inches max. The purpose is still the same to alleviate compaction and increase the pore space in the soils for air Read More

A chill is in the air...

The chill can sometimes lead to frost. The past few mornings we have seen lows reaching 28-34 causing frost to set in close to sunrise. It may not seem that cold standing in front of the golf shop, but I assure you it is that cold and there is frost on the golf course. It is an inconvenience for Read More

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