Over the last several years, I have had to accept that I am going to be the shortest player in most foursomes. Not height wise, distance wise. I can stay in the fairway but my driver rarely goes over 230 or 240 yards. It can be frustrating at times and leaves me wondering what my score would be if I could actually hit my driver 250 or 260. So, why is it that some people cannot hit a driver over 240 yards?
With some of the best weather for golf in the mountains of North Carolina, it comes as no surprise that some of the courses in Highlands and Cashiers demand a very steep initiation fee. You may be considering Cullasaja Club, Wade Hampton, Highlands Falls, Highlands Country Club or Mountaintop Golf and Lake Club as the place in which you want to get a membership. If you would like to know more about these clubs or the Highlands/Cashiers area, email me at email@example.com.
The Wildcat Cliffs Country Club membership initiation fees and monthly dues are as follows:
If you are considering joining a golf club or country club in Highlands or Cashiers, North Carolina, Cullasaja will likely show up on your list. This golf club has a fantastic restaurant and an even better golf course. If you’d like to know more about the course or this part of Western North Carolina, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are thinking of joining, below are the membership dues and the initiation fees:
On Monday, April 23rd, 2018, the Ravenscroft Golf Classic was played at North Ridge Country Club in North Raleigh. One of the sponsors of the event was Raleigh Orthodontist Dr. Jason Gladwell.
If you are looking to play in the event in 2019 or would like to be a sponsor, you can go to this link.
It is great to see local businesses giving back to the community, especially when it comes to education. There is always a need for a little extra money at high schools, middle schools and elementary schools.
Have you participated in a charity golf tournament? Have you or your business sponsored a golf tournament and played as a twosome or foursome?
Upon going through an entire swing change, the first step is often posture and the feel of your feet and legs when setting up to the golf ball. So, where should your weight be when you set up to the ball? We have all seen plenty of YouTube videos talking about keeping your feet flat and not lifting up the heels on your backswing. Does this mean you should have the weight on your heels or in the middle of your feet?
If you are thinking about joining a private golf club or country club in the Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill area, you may consider Old Chatham. Below are the Initiation fees and monthly dues for members. This is the 2017 price sheet but they likely have not changed that much. If you would like to know more about this club, other Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill country clubs or this part of the Triangle, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Hole 1 – Fort Sumter
Hole 2 – Bull Run
Hole 3 – Port Royal
Hole 4 – Shiloh
Hole 5 – Seven Days’ Retreat
Hole 6 – Harper’s Ferry
Hole 7 – Antietam
Hole 8 – Fredicksburg
Hole 9 – Chancellorsville
Hole 10 – Vicksburg
Hole 11 – Gettysburg
Hole 12 – Chickamauga
Hole 13 – Missionary Ridge
Hole 14 – Wilderness
Hole 15 – Cold Harbour
Hole 16 – Hatcher’s Run
Hole 17 – Mobile Bay
Hole 18 – Appomattox
Grant – 143 – 74.2
Lee – 140 – 72.7
Stuart – 134 – 71.0
Sherman – 129 – 70.3
Sherman Ladies’ – 143 – 75.2
Jackson – 130 – 71.7
If you are like many amateur golfers you are likely hitting the golf ball improperly. Almost everyone that plays golf at the amateur level is doing something wrong in their swing. That is why we have days we simply cannot “find our swing”. Unfortunately, unless you have an unlimited budget and all the time in the world, you are always going to have problems with your swing. These problems likely cause different parts of your body to hurt. The most common part of the body that hurts after playing golf is the hands and fingers.
Champion Bermuda is the talk of the golf world these days; especially in the southern United States. More and more private country clubs in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida are going to Champion Bermuda greens. So, what started this trend? What was the first golf course or country club to go to Championship Bermuda?