Unfortunately, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented many from working on their golf games in public as much as they’d like. Individuals who may have begun to pick up momentum with their golf game will now have to find ways to maintain that momentum in our “new normal” lives.
It would be easy for an individual to let the progress that he or she has gained slip away due to these incredibly unfortunate circumstances. Nevertheless, we at Eagle Harbor Golf Club are dedicated to providing resources to our patrons to help them through these difficult times. While our course remains open and golfers can still book their tee times, many now have more time than ever at home with little or nothing to do. That extra time downtime doesn’t have to go to waste! There are many ways that you can improve your golf game from the confines of your home. We will go over a few of these below in this article.
Do you know Gary Woodland? He is the 2019 U.S. Open Champion. The PGA golfer with a viral video. Woodland is the husband to Gabby and father to Jaxon with twins on the way.
There is much more, however, to this talented golfer. Read on learn more about his path to a membership status among the golfing elite and tools that will help you on and off the links.
6 of the Top Golf Lessons from Gary Woodland
You’re walking down the aisle on your big day your heart pounding in your chest as you take those steps toward your future. Suddenly, your eyes catch your flower arrangements and completely takes you out of the moment. Golf courses, with their bright green grass, can be a breathtaking venue for a wedding. You don’t want to drag its beauty down with a bad floral arrangement but you don’t want to go out of your budget on flowers either. You also want to do something a little different. Keep reading for a few flower tips so you can make your big day special with an arrangement that both go with the venue and is something a little unique.
Golf is one of the best ways to stay active and spend enjoyable time with friends. Even though it's a low impact sport that can be played all throughout your life you can still injure yourself if you aren't careful. Improper stance, bad swings, and damaged fairways can all contribute to common golf injuries. Check out the list below to find our list of the eight golf injuries you're likely to face if you don't take the time to learn the game.