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Tour Talk – Brittany Lincicome

In the September Tour Talk, LPGA star, Brittany Lincicome shares some practice and warmup tips from the range. She also has some advice for our amateur golfers on the expectations they should have when hitting the links.

Dan Boever – A First-Class Big League Golf Entertainer

Former professional baseball player, Dan Boever is one of the country’s most prolific golf trick shot artists. He entertains thousands of people across 80 or more shows each year. His story is fun and inspiring, and he shared it with Golf Range Magazine.

What Golfers Want At Their Range – According to Industry Professionals and the Golfers Themselves

Americans don’t agree on much these days. But we asked a group of range owners and the customers who support their businesses, what they prefer to see at the range, and the results are pretty clear. Here are some of the hot topics we discussed.

No More Practice Swings: It’s Time to Hit the Ball! – A Message on the Need for Diversity in Golf

Mackenzie Mack is a mentor to hundreds of youth golfers and young people in Tampa, Florida, and now in Memphis, Tennessee. Her message calling for inclusion and diversity in golf is one that we should all adhere to in our daily lives.

Fairway Social: Destination for Golfers and Non-Golfers Looking for Fun

Following the popular trend of combining golf, indoor entertainment, and food and beverage, a new venture is underway in Alpharetta, Georgia. Following the model that puts golf at the forefront of fun and socialization, Fairway Social will be a destination for families and friends eager to get back to enjoying life with those they love.

Tour Talk – Bernhard Langer, World Golf Hall of Fame

Do you know what to look for when you’re practicing on the range? World Golf Hall of Famer, Bernhard Langer offers some insight into what you can do to improve your practice and your game.

Let’s Start Diversifying Internships

PGA Golf Management Program intern, Noah Hedberg, shares his internship experience with our Golf Range Magazine readers. He got to spend the Summer of 2020 at Liberty National and will look back on these weeks as a catalyst to a super career in golf.

Tuning Up for a Major: An Insider’s Look at the Practice Areas at the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park

With no fans and minimal volunteers and media on-site, writer Garrett Johnston had an intimate look at the 2020 PGA Championship. The tournament ended in exciting fashion, but it’s the practice facilities that we want to hear about – here is that account from the grounds of TPC Harding Park.

The New Par-3 Course at Gamble Sands: Added Fun for Every Golfer

Gamble Sands, in Washington State, will be opening a new Par-3 layout in 2021 – its architect designed the resort’s championship course, as well as the links at Bandon Dunes. That’s a resume worth acknowledging.

Does Your Practice Need More Positiveness?

Practicing a positive mindset is as important to improvement in golf as honing your swing or putting skills. Rebecca Dengler discusses the concept of positive practice and highlights steps golfers can take on the range, as well as the course, to lower their scores.

Collaboration in the Iowa PGA Section Produces Programs that Are Growing the Game

Under the guidance of Assistant Executive Director and 2019 Iowa PGA Section Golf Professional of the Year, Tess Goudy, collaboration between the section office and its PGA Golf Professionals has proven effective through two very important revenue-sharing programs.

Forest Hills Golf Course Unveils New Driving Range

After six years with no practice range, Forest Hills Golf Course is proud of the newly-opened driving range that marks the conclusion of a project that saw the course layout change, their old range totally upgraded, and train tracks that impeded play diverted so golfers are no longer affected.

Arrowood Golf Course Opens Its Paths to Walkers During Pandemic and Creates A Community Fair for All to Enjoy

With local residents quarantined, Arrowood Golf Course GM, Tom Son opened up his course’s cart paths to walkers and joggers to give them an outlet from being indoors. When the course reopened a month later, he created a Community Fair that brought vendors and customers to the grounds for a healthy place to hang out and socialize.

Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club: Adding Adventure Camp to its Menu of Summer Fun

Mike Aldrich is a teacher and a mentor. He has implemented an Adventure Camp that provides lasting memories to his young participants during a time that many would prefer to forget. The ability to adapt in a crisis is just one quality that this PGA Professional has exhibited during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Health and Wellness Program Geared Towards Golfers Returning from Injury

Dr. Bradley Borne has created a program that incorporates the expertise of doctors, trainers, therapists, and golf professionals, all working together to ensure a successful return to golf for individuals recovering from injury.

Dedham Country and Polo Club Installs Beer Garden to Engage Members and Generate Revenues

With indoor dining on hold, Dedham Country and Polo Club created an outdoor beer garden that offers members a casual setting, fun menu, and the opportunity to support their club during this difficult time.

Tour Talk: Charley Hoffman

UNLV grad and four-time PGA Tour winner, Charley Hoffman recently shared some time with writer, Garrett Johnston to discuss his warm-up regimen. Read what the popular player had to say about his routine, as well as his advice for amateurs.

Pressing On: Youth Golf Programming in Uncertain Times

Administering Junior Golf Programming Takes more Care and Skill than Ever Before – Brendon Elliott, a PGA Junior Golf Leader Discusses Some of the Obstacles in his Latest Piece.

Ridgewood Country Club (CT): A Stellar First Impression on the Practice Range

Justin Foster brings knowledge and experience gained at Augusta National to the historic Ridgewood Country Club (CT) practice range, setting a high standard of excellence.

Trillium Rose: Engage New Students Through a Video Lesson Series

When the COVID-19 pandemic prohibited her from engaging students face to face, Trillium Rose created a means for new golfers to learn the basics of the game on their own time and in the comfort of their own homes.