Named a Golf Digest "Best Places to Play"

 

Named a Golf Digest "Best Places to Play"

Troy’s Tips

Spring Golfing in Oregon

As the temperatures start to warm and the grass begins to green, golfers know it’s time for spring golfing. Before you take on the Oregon green this spring, consider the following tips that will help you enjoy the game and what to consider after being off the course...

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Three Things to Look for in a Coach to Own Your Swing

You’ve been hitting balls at the driving range and you realize it may be time to work with a coach on the mechanics of your swing. How do you select the right coach? Here are a few tips for selecting a coach who can help you improve your swing and improve your overall...

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Try a River’s Edge Membership Today

Looking for the best golf value in Central Oregon? Try a River’s Edge Golf Club membership and enjoy the perks year-round. River’s Edge Golf Club invites you to join our Annual Membership to take advantage of all the golf you can play. We offer 7-day Annual passes for...

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Practice Like You Play

There is a saying that the longest 100 yards in golf is from the practice tee to the first tee.  Reason for this is that there are NO signals on the practice tee but there are many on the golf course that you are playing.  Another reason may be that on the golf course...

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Handling Downhill Lies

How to handle a downhill lie.  Choose a more lofted club and choke down on it.  Move the ball to the middle of your stance.  Tilt your shoulders to match the slope.  Close your stance to level your hips.  Make a three quarter swing concentrating on keeping your...

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How to Handle a Ball Above Your Stance

Here is how to handle a ball that is above your stance.  Sole the club to establish your posture and the plane of your swing.  Grip Down on the club.  Move the ball back in your stance from where it would normally be in a level lie.  Stand more upright with knees...

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Handling the Ball Below Your Stance

Here is how to handle a ball below your stance.  Sole the club to establish both your swing plane and posture.  Stand closer to the golf ball.  Move the ball a bit more forward in your stance from where it would normally be in a level lie.  Widen your stance, pigeon...

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How to Handle Uphill Lies

Here is how to handle uphill lies.  Open your stance until your hips are level.  Keep shoulders parallel to the target.  Flare your forward foot.  Tilt your shoulders to match the slope.  Position the ball in the middle of the stance.  Finally, make a three quarter...

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Learn A Bit From The Late Great Ben Hogan

Learn a bit from the late great Ben Hogan.  When the pin is in the front of the green, come in with a higher iron shot.  When the pin is placed in the back of the green, come in with a lower iron shot.  These strategies will allow you to hit more greens in regulation....

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