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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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And the winners are…..our Monday night League Awards banquet was held This week. Laura McCallum takes top honours with the lowest total score. Jean D’Entremont was the low Net Winner and Lyn Burgess was the most improved golfer in 2022! Congratulations to all! ⛳️ 🏆 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Incredible things happen when you get the girls together! This was our first provincial Girls ID/Development Camp! Can’t wait to see where this group goes! #girls #Golf #GolfCanada

The rebirth of the Harding Park Women's Golf Club, in San Francisco, speaks to a broader trend of girls and women coming to the game.
https://golf.com/lifestyle/century-old-womens-golf-club-revival/

What a great weekend of #AUS #basketball a treat to see @AcadiaAthletics the Axewomen fight back to win and the @DalTigers mens team hang on to win. Lots of highlights! #proudalum

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I got my clubs out of storage after 7 years. I am learning golf techniques, meeting great women and not giving into arthritis. Sara looks after everything and makes it so easy for us busy women who want to play golf.
Linda Crewe

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Sara Wilson Director & Coach

E-mail: metroladiesgolf@gmail.com

Phone: 902-449-2062

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