Search

Prepping for Your Next Outing

What to Do When You're Invited Now that you've taken up golf, chances are a friend or co-worker is going to invite you to play in an upcoming outing. Whether you're just getting into it or you've enjoyed the game for some time, the invitation is a testament to your personality and a great chance to put your budding golf skills to work in a generally low pressure arena. Most outings are for charity or for fun; typically, you are part of a team! If you're not yet as talented on the course as you'd like to be, someone else in you're group will likely make up for it. If you're a whiz on the links, you will be most appreciated by your higher handicapped teammates. Either way, getting ready for yo

Want to Join A Club?

18 Things to Look for Before You Join So you've arrived at the point in your game where you want to play more, meet other golfers and have access to better tee times, facilities and fairways...it's time to join a golf club! Before you drive to the closest one or sign up because a friend said so, play these 18 holes to properly evaluate the club you have in mind. Believe it or not, there is a difference. Country clubs tend to have a lot more to do than just play golf. Swimming, tennis, fitness, dining, parties, networking and more can be part of the country club setting. A golf club tends to be strictly golf with a high emphasis on member tournaments, outings, instruction and practice facilit

KPMG Women's PGA Championship Clinics | 1340 Soldiers Field Rd - Suite 4  Boston, MA  02135
617.206.9757 | mbedrosian@jbcgolf.com

 

 

  • Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page
  • LinkedIn App Icon

© 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championship Clinics