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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Grey Goose® World Par 3 Championship is set to return to Turtle Hill Golf Club at Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda,
from March 1 – 4, 2018

Turtle Hill Golf Club

Fairmont Southampton is pleased to announce the return of the 2018 Grey Goose® World Par 3 Championship to Turtle Hill Golf Club for the 9th consecutive year. The 36-hole championshop will be contested on March 2 and 3 and the Sponsors Pro-Am will be held on March 4, 2018.

As a note:
Flights to Bermuda are currently at an all-time low ~ so make sure you book your flights EARLY!

Click on the following links to get you closer to the Championship:

Tournament Registration ~ follow this link

Fairmont Hotel ~ to Book Tournament Package

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A lot of what you read about golf is entrenched in ‘grip, stance, posture’ and ‘swing plane, swing path’. Important, but not exciting.

How about having a conversation about what happens in your golf game? There are particularly parts of the game that have a huge impact on enjoyment for most of us, and performance for the very best:
Put the ball in play, find the green consistently from the 50-yard range, manage a longer putt so that you’re not left with a knee-trembler, or sink an opportunity from 15 feet and you’re not walking off the green, you’re floating. It’s a great feeling.
Why not book an assessment with us? We’ll examine your comfort with these basic skills (Driving, Pitching & Chipping, and Putting) and together with you we’ll work out what the quickest route to more fun and enjoyment is for you. Come and chat to us or
Learn More
Everyone has at least one hole that
spoils the card or round too often.

If it’s a long Par 4, for most of us,
it’s usually not the tee shot that causes us the challenge.

The approach shot often requires a long iron / hybrid.

Imagine you’ve hit the perfect shot.
If you haven’t answered them,
there are three very simple questions.

Operation 36: A shot to Master

If your handicap is 15 or above, then review your performance and technique on this shot.
It’s the short-pitch shot (between 15 - 50 yards). For most golfers, a 27 - 55 yard shot.
If you’re taking 3 or less to get down from here, every time, then your handicap should be dropping.
It’s worth investing some time and effort into improving and practising your technique. 

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