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Investing in Your Range: Family Golf and Learning Center, St. Louis, Missouri

Family Golf & Learning Center has something for everyone in the family. Whether you’re new to the game, or have been playing for years, PGA Professional, Adam Betz has created a golf experience that is second to none in the St. Louis area. He highlights the amenities offered now and opines on the future as well.

Women Leading on the Range – I’m No Mahatma Gandhi

Before every change, there is an individual who says, “Heck yeah, it can be done”. Women are making their mark on the game of golf, and their voice and leadership are more vital than ever. In this article, Elizabeth Granahan, the first-ever Woman Teacher of the Year in the Philadelphia PGA Section, tells us about an innovative change she implemented in 2019.

In the Shadow of a Golfer

Golf is a difficult game to play, and we often battle the thoughts in our head as much as the challenges of the course or our opponents. Award-winning PGA Professional, Brendon Elliott discusses the steps parents should take to ease the anxiety of their young golfers.

Inside the Ropes at the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

Reaching the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club is a special accomplishment. We spoke to two of the recent finalists to better understand just how special it is.

PGA Past President, Gary Schaal and Project Golf – Serving those who Served our Country

PGA Past President, Gary Schaal now serves as Executive Director of Project Golf. Through this non-profit organization, Schaal and his team are introducing the game to juniors and beginners, and they’re serving the veterans who have served our country. Golf is a game with many benefits, and the camaraderie built around the game, and within these demographics is changing lives for the better.

Investing in Your Range – Short Courses

Golf is booming and it’s tough to get a tee time at some facilities. There are, however, other options. Short courses are popping up at private clubs, public courses and stand-alone driving ranges across the country, and they’re introducing juniors and beginners to on-course play. In addition, they are enhancing the learning experience by diversifying lesson plans and giving coaches more options in their instruction.

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