Improve Your Game With a Tip From Rush Creek's Golf Pro Even the best golfers need to brush up on their skills and improve their game. In this video, Rush Creek Golf Club PGA Professional Aaron Jacobson teaches us how to hit…
If you plan to golf this spring, you should anticipate a number of variables. From sore muscles to snow, any number of things can surprise you during an April round of golf. Here are some early spring golf tips to help you address common course conditions, so that you can be as prepared as possible!
How to Improve Your Short Game Making or missing a putt can have a big impact on your golf game. It can mean the difference between making par or adding a few strokes to your score. Giants Ridge…
Instruction at Rush Creek
Don’t let your child’s golf game suffer in the winter! Sign up is underway for Fall and Winter camps at Rush Creek Golf Club. These camps are done in small class sizes of just 3-6 people so your junior golfer will learn a lot and get plenty of individual attention.
The pros at Rush Creek Golf Academy use their indoor and outdoor teaching areas and will work with students on their full swing and short game. Juniors will learn practice drills and be given a CD with swing tips to practice over the winter months.
Golf Clinics in Minnesota
Ask any PGA golf professional how you can improve your game, and they’ll likely tell you to take a lesson (or two). Instruction is the best way to improve your swing, figure out what you’re doing wrong and how to stay relaxed on the course.
Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove, Minnesota, is offering several instruction programs this summer. These programs are for all ages and skill levels!
Tom Beaudry, General Manager at The Wilderness of Fortune Bay talks about the importance of teaching your kids to play golf in this month’s e-newsletter from The Wilderness. Here’s what Tom has to say:
“Watching the U.S. Open over the weekend brings to light just how many great golfers there are worldwide. You may also notice that many of the top golfers are from countries other than America. The question then arises, is golf in America declining? Much of the data out there supports this. The United States Golf Association, The PGA of America, and The National Golf Course Owners Association have all put initiatives out to try to grow the game and offset this trend.