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Couples Invitational “GOLF for the Cure” Benefiting The Susan G. Komen Greater Amarillo Affiliate
September 15-16, 2012
- 1:00 pm Shotgun Start
- Couples scramble
- $ 240 per couple, includes $ 40 donation to Susan G. Komen Rally for the Cure, practice round on Friday, carts, prize fund, magazine subscription, goody bags and meal following Saturday’s round. Click here for more information and to sign up.
August 18, 2012
- 1:00 Shotgun Start
- $ 50.00 per couple, includes carts and prize fund
- Pre Flighted Based on Handicaps
Click here or visit the Golf Shop to sign up.
2012 Hart Warren Top O’ Texas Invitational Golf Tournament
September 1-3, 2012
- Championship Flight: 72 Holes Medal Play
- Presidents Flight: 54 Holes Medal Play
- Possible Governor’s Flight: 54 Holes Medal Play
- Other Flights: 2 Rounds Match Play
- Final Round: Medal Play (With a Win of One Match)
- Championship & Presidents Flights Cut To Low 16 After 36 Holes
Field limited to first 200 paid entries of $ 180.00. Entries must have handicap attested by home professional. Tournament committee shall seed all players. Entries must be received by August 15, 2012. Click here for more information and to download and print the official entry form.
It's A Ryder Cup Year!
The last Major of the year is upon us, although it should be said that it is a Ryder Cup year! Given what has happened in the last few years' Majors, we can expect the unexpected in the week ahead.
So far, I have to say that the winners have been the golfers who could dial in their short-game and Putting when it counted. Louis Oosthuizen may have had an albatross at the Masters, but it was Watson's recovery shot and Oosthuizen's inability to get his pitch close that was the difference.
U.S. Opens have always been about the golfer who can keep his nerve on the green, although it is here that we enter the dangerous territory of whether the longer Putter, attached to the body, reduces the impact of nerves.
Finally, we saw an Open Championship where Tiger Woods hit it better than anyone in the field but couldn't get a Wedge within 15 feet of the right distance.
So my prediction is that the PGA won't be won by the longest off the tee, or even the straightest off the tee. It will be won by a golfer who doesn't lose it off the tee and hits it close when he is in the scoring zone.
Now, when you are playing this weekend, consider your performance on each hole. If you don't lose it off the tee, you are still in the game. If you could hit it closer when you get within 70 yards, and could sink more Putts in the 10 foot range, then your scores would tumble. Sounds simple? It is that simple, actually. My advice is to invest in your golf game from 70 yards in. Call us or click here now and let's get started.