January 7 thru March 25 | Thursdays at 3:30PM

$50 Entry Fee – Goes towards prizes

$18 for golf & cart

Optional skins and closest to pins!

Sign up in the Golf Shop or call us at (863) 465-1626

Couples League – Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m

Join us weekly on Wednesdays for Date Night at Placid Lakes!


This league requires no commitment, you’re welcome to play when you can!

Cost: $18 per player, $3 for prize money per couple, Optional closest to pin $1

December Foursome Special!

Any day after 1PM

$80 + tax



Foursome Only & Two to a Cart | No Rain Checks | No Refunds

Couples League – Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m

Join us weekly on Wednesdays for Date Night at Placid Lakes!

This league requires no commitment, you’re welcome to play when you can!


$18 per player

$3 for prize money per couple

Optional closest to pin $1

It’s time! Black Friday is HERE.

Just don’t know what to get that Special Someone

…how about a gift card!? The Perfect Fit Every Time!

Our $100 Gift Cards are now on SALE – Now Only $90

**limit 2 per person

*gift cards may not be used for membership fees

10 round play card for $270

20 round play card $500

Rounds have a 2 per person limit – valid for play until April 15, 2021.


Get ready for our biggest sale yet!

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Halloween Scramble

Saturday, October 31 – 8:30am shotgun start

There will be prizes on many of the holes!

Putting contest

Enjoy golf filled with fun and laughter!

Call to sign up! (863) 465-1626

Wet lie? Here’s how to play it (and when to drop)

Use your bunker technique to escape almost any sloppy condition

Everybody has seen the tour player roll up his pant legs and get down into the hazard to try to play a ball that’s partially submerged.

Luckily, most situations aren’t quite that dire — but you do need to know how to account for a wet, muddy lie around the green. If you don’t, you’re going to hit more than your share of fat or bladed shots.

The secret? Don’t let the leading edge of your sand wedge get caught up in the muck, says short-game guru and 50 Best Teacher Stan Utley.

“Out of fear, a lot of players swing too easy, which will usually cause you to duff it,” says Utley. “From these lies, you should be thinking about playing a standard bunker shot.”

To do it, you need to unhinge your wrists aggressively on the downswing while keeping your right palm pointed upward — the key to keeping the bounce on the bottom of the club aimed at the ground. If you swing too slowly or let your wrists turn over, you’ll catch the leading edge in that wet muck and you’ll probably move the ball ten feet.

The feel? Like you’re skipping a rock across the surface of a pond.

Speaking of wet, how deep is too deep when the ball is partially submerged in water? If a quarter of the ball is above the surface, it’s possible to get it out–but you’re going to get wet. Wear rain gear, and swing hard.

SOURCE:  GolfDigest

Simple steps for getting your hands on right

I see a lot of amateurs approach the golf grip with a lot of tension. Many are holding the club too tightly. I notice it most when they try to waggle. The movement looks stiff and short.
To swing correctly, the right amount of grip pressure—and where you apply it—is important. You should feel the club being supported by the last three fingers of your left hand (above, left). Those fingers should grip the firmest. My longtime teacher, the late Stan Thirsk, used to remind me to keep the club in the fingers of my left hand and never let it slip into the palm.
In the right hand, the middle two fingers do most of the work. The forefinger and thumb of the right hand should feel relaxed. In fact, I’ve seen many great players, including Ben Hogan and Fred Couples, practice with those two fingers clear off the club (above, right).
Back to waggling. With softer grip pressure, your waggle will be looser and will help relax your hands and arms. During the swing, the right hand should be free enough to fire the clubhead through the hitting area.
When it comes to your golf grip, how tight is too tight? Here’s an exercise: Next time you practice, try backing off with your grip pressure until the club is almost falling out of your hands. Then firm it up just enough so you can control the club. That likely is your ideal grip pressure. Will it feel lighter? I’m guessing it will.
Tom Watson is a Golf Digest Teaching Professional.
SOURCE:  GolfDigest


Most golfers lose way too many shots to poor mental decisions and not knowing how to systematically approach each shot and control their emotions to maintain confidence. This article will show you the 5 most common mental game mistakes that most golfers make and how to eliminate them.

1) Don’t analyze your swing, or think about it while swinging

2) Don’t think about your score (unless you really have to)

3) Don’t beat yourself up, be your own caddy and remember it’s just a game

4) Don’t just aim at the fairway or green – have a very precise target in mind

5) Don’t forget about your routine


This is a guest post by David MacKenzie from Golf State of Mind

SOURCE: practical_golf.com