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CommonGround Golf Course – A GRAA Top 50 Public Facility

CommonGround Golf Course is a busy facility in scenic Aurora, Colorado. The club’s PGA Director of Golf Operations, Ben Pennymon, has been on the job for just six months, but was eager to share the many amenities available to golfers at his new home course, a four-time GRAA Top 50 Public Facility. Big-time tournaments and an array of player development programs are just the start at CommonGround Golf Course.

Innovation and Creativity at Stonebridge Golf Club 

Nick Jacobi is a PGA Master Professional at Stonebridge Golf Club in Monroe, North Carolina. His facility is very active, both through on-course play, and on its stellar practice facility. He shared some thoughts on the importance of a good range on customer engagement, player development and the success of the business in general.

The Country Club at Castle Pines – A Double Award Winner

Winning one Golf Range Association of America award is special. Two awards are twice as nice! That’s what you hear at The Country Club at Castle Pines these days. Cade Hassle is their PGA Head Professional and boy does he have a story to tell – renovations, new amenities and as fine a golf experience as you’ll get at a private club.

Just a Phone Call Away – Maintaining the Student-Teacher Relationship

Every teacher wants his or her students to grow and prosper. For golf coaches, that progress is all relative – success could mean breaking 100 or winning a major champiosnhip. Ed Oldham has students on both ends of the spectrum. This story is about his relationship with the newest major champion on the LPGA Tour, Jennifer Kupcho. After regular lessons and face-to-face engagement through her middle and high school years, how does it work now, with her traveling internationally and Ed in Colorado? It’s a cool and interesting story.

PGA HOPE – About More than Just Golf

Golf touches people in different ways. Based on one’s life experiences, the game can mean so much more than the score at the end of a round. This is particularly applicable to veterans. Through PGA HOPE, PGA Professionals are changing lives and saving lives. Here’s an inspirational story of just three of those professionals.

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