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Reminders to play golf safe during Covid 19



Make the most of your Range Session

A practice plan to manage your 45 minute range session

5 Minute Warm-up

Use the 5 minutes while you are waiting to do some warm up exercises and get ready to move.
  • Start with a few jumping jacks
  • Leg swings front to back and side to side
  • Shoulder/arm rotations starts small getting larger (think airplane wings)
  • Neck circles
  • Ankle circles
  • Lunge twists to move the hips
  • Jump in place (think power from ground up)

On the Range

Warm Up
  • 5 minutes:  60% speed with 7 or 8 iron

Full Swing
  • 8 minutes: full swing with 6,7,8 irons
Wedge Practice
  • 15 minutes: start with half swings and work to full swings
Full Swing
  • 12 minutes: hybrids, fairway woods and drivers

Be your own Golf Coach

1.Pay attention to your body: Go easy
  • Focus on balance and stop if things start to hurt. You are just waking up your golf muscles
2. Pay attention to patterns:
  • Is the ball flying left or right all the time?
  • Use a rangefinder or estimate how far balls are flying
This info will help you prepare for your next session.
Enjoy your time outside!
Sara Wilson
PGA of Canada


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Finished up our Acorn Camp week with a bit of synchronized golf! These golfers from 5-8 enjoyed the clinics complete with ice cream, popsicles, hula hoops and sprinklers #lovemyjob #golf ... See MoreSee Less

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I once heard Marlene talk when I was a young pro and was blown away by all her accomplishments!2004 saw Marlene Stewart Streit inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame - the only Canadian to have earned that honour. Born in Alberta in 1932, Marlene learned to play golf at Lookout Point GC in Ontario. She has won more amateur titles and awards than any Canadian golfer and is still active today in promoting and growing the game of golf. #GolfCanada125

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These views at Paragon Golf Club are tough to beat! Our group is heading there this weekend for a round! ... See MoreSee Less

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Here’s some great advice from my friend in Fredericton. Follow his page for more info to help your game. Connors GolfCheck your pressure and weight distribution at address. This a common discussion with clients.
Weight on toes: is very unstable and causes a change in position upon returning to the ball. This often causes the golfer to stand up and lose good golf posture, making it hard to get a good consistent centred strike.
Weight on heels: also unstable and causes golfer to move closer to the ball at impact. This causes shanks, pulls, hooks, etc. It leaves the golfer feeling “stuck” and creates a handsy or arms only swing.
Good even pressure leaves you in a good athletic position and set up for a nice consistent swing and strike. #trackman #trackmangolf #trackmancertified #mytpi #tpicertified #tpigolf #superspeedgolf #superspeedcertified #golfinstruction #growthegame #statisticalanalysis #fredericton #newbrunswick
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A little inspiration for your Tuesday...

Alex Fourie is +1 thru 4 at Cherokee Country Club today in our qualifier for next week’s Tennessee Amateur Championship.

Say again why you can’t do something 🤔

Congratulations to @Benchasse1010 on winning the 2020 Men's Amateur Championship at @KenWoGC!! #nsgamensam #nsga #provincialgolf @GolfCanada http://nsga.ns.ca/article/chasse-captures-first-mct-mens-amateur-championship-title

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E-mail: metroladiesgolf@gmail.com

Phone: 902-449-2062

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