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Monterey Park Golf Course

June 12, 2013

Get Golf Ready is designed to teach everything you'll need to play golf in just a few lessons. PGA and LPGA Professionals assist in getting you excited about the game by combining fun, friends and fitness. Each session will focus on the various golf skills you will use while playing. In addition to learning the basics, you will be guided onto the golf course to put your skills into action in a casual, friendly setting.

The Hole is the Goal
Here you'll discover:

  • How to get around the club house and practice areas
  • The many social benefits both on and off the golf course
  • Suggestions on what to wear for golf fashion and comfort
  • All about golf clubs and why there are different clubs in your bag
  • Putting - the excitement of rolling the ball into the hole

Getting it Close
Here you'll discover:

  • Warm up, stretching and wellness tips
  • The best ways to hold the club and get ready before you take a swing
  • Getting the ball close to the hole - chipping, pitching and other shots from short distances
  • Caring for the course

Swing, Swing, Swing
Here you'll discover:

  • Getting comfortable with the full swing
  • Using your irons to get the ball in the air and onto the green
  • Learn the 'lingo', like fairway & rough, tee box & green, divot & bunker and more
  • Having more fun using 'It's Okay' as the way to play

Driving School
Here you'll discover:

  • Swinging your driver and other 'big' clubs to hit the long shots
  • Starting your play from the correct tee markers - use TEE IT FORWARD to have more fun
  • Helpful short cuts to save time while you play
  • Tips for playing in groups, on teams and other fun ways to play
  • Getting you more comfortable on the course and where to drive the cart
  • Review of the rules and keeping score
  • More opportunities for you to come back and play golf
  • Learn more, and sign up for Get Golf Ready sessions in the Southland, here.

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