I'm really trying to improve my game and I'm going to the range at least 3 times a week sometimes more.
sorry meant to say down there once a week haha. but how do you feel about saturday. I usually go and hit a large bucket then go and do wedge work for a hour or more.
Heading out on Saturday around 4pm.
Debating between Links at HR, South Suburban, or Family Sports.
I would like to comment on the weather we have been having. It is just great. Talking to my friends back in MN and they are all ice fishing!! I live in west Littleton and play the Meadows a bit. I know a lot of people hate that course but its close to my house. If anyone wants to get out and play just let me know.
Of course the good weather comes to an end just in time for the weekend! We were spoiled in November though. Great shot of CPN!
As for higher end club fitters, d'Lance Golf does them in the Inverness area, and there is a place that does them at Green Valley Ranch as well, called Gott Golf.
As for teaching pros, the two I'd recommend for better players are John Ward (Out of Family Sports - South metro) and Perry Holmes (Out of Coal Creek - North metro). Should be able to google both. They're both good players themselves, I prefer to get my lessons from guys who can beat me.
I'm looking for a good outdoor fitting place for Titleist equipment as well. I'm willing to travel around if needed.
I'de like to get new shafts for my irons and fitted for a new driver by next summer.
Quick Question Fellas - I am moving to Boulder in early summer from Palo Alto, CA. I have been doing a little research around online and was hoping to find the best place to practice and work on my short game close to Boulder. From what I have gathered, the best option is Colorado National.
I usually hit balls at least 5 days a week and play maybe once a week for a twilight type deal. I still play in quite a few Amateur events and play to scratch. I am looking for the longest, toughest, and best facility course close enough to Boulder to drive each day. I am more concerned with the practice facility at this point than hearing back about everyone's favorite course.
thanks for the help fellas!
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