Wednesday, 19 December 2018
From myself, Monica and all our staff at the Range we wish you all a wonderful Christmas and hope that 2019 is a better year for all of us.
This is our final Newsletter for 2018 and I hope you have found some value in our content this past year. I am really looking forward to 2019. We have some exciting new plans at the Range, and our two golf courses are in excellent condition with no temporary greens going forward, 2019 promises to be an excellent year for golf. Thank you for all your support the past year and I hope in some way we have added to the fun you have playing this wonderful game. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve the experience at the Range next year please feel free to mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you get the chance to play golf with your friends and family over the Christmas season and that you get the chance to visit us at the Range, both myself and Sikhumbuzo will around if you need some help.
Student of the week
Special visitors at the Range
Really nice to have Gary Gilchrist, one of South Africa’s top exports and Golf Digest top 50 coach in the USA, visiting our Range. Gary has taught the likes of Michelle Wie and Ariya Jutanugrarn on the LPGA Tour. We first met back in 1989 when he won the Sunshine Tour Q school at Germiston, time flies…
Also in the picture are Peter and Nicci Tayor, who have done such a wonderful job at our Club and Kevin Stone, just back from his attempt to qualify for the Champion Tour in the USA.
Change someone’s life in 2019
If you are looking for some gift ideas for the golfers in your family, we are happy to customize a lesson voucher for you. From today until the end of December all vouchers ordered online will have a 15% discount. Please email email@example.com take up this offer.
For the little ones
|Kid’s Christmas Holiday activities||2019 Mount Edgecombe Junior Golf Academy|
December Opening hours
The direction of technology
The golf ball has changed
Despite being the most regulated piece of golf equipment, the golf ball improved again in 2018.
There are some that are troubled by golf ball improvements.
There’s sometimes a hysteria about the subject.
But what about this from Golf Illustrated in 1910: “If the carrying power of golf balls is to be still
further increased, all our golf courses will be irretrievably ruined as a test of the game.”
Wow, a 100 years ago they were worrying about the golf ball.
So, how easy do you find the challenge of golf? Even with over a hundred years of ongoing improvement in the golf ball, has the game become easy?
All golf balls are better now
The latest innovations we have seen have allowed all golf balls to feel softer at impact, creating a better feel, while still maximizing ball speed. Each golf ball model does perform differently though. Some will work better for you than others. Have you ever had a “golf ball assessment?”
What motivates you?
The summary and what happens now
In the last three weeks, we’ve asked questions about what you most want out of your golf.
|What is most important to you:
the social, recreational
experienceor the sporting
|As you drive to the
golf course, amongst
all the important things
you want to be right,
what is the most important?
|There are so many
formats in golf. Which
do you prefer the most
and which do you least enjoy?
Let us know
If you haven’t answered these simple questions, and want to help, then we’ve combined them into one easy web page.