Entries by Teesnap Developer

Peterson reflects on retirement, future plans

On his first day of retirement, John Peterson drove an hour and a half from The Greenbrier to Roanoke, Va., flew to New York City, waited out a three-hour delay at LaGuardia, stomached some greasy airport food, tried to soothe his howling 8-month-old son on the entire flight home to Fort Worth (while apologizing to […]

Our First Junior Golf Academy Session is On Tuesday!

Golf Academy: Register for the 10 Lesson Series, or Drop-In! The Summer Series is the perfect program for families looking for golfing instruction throughout the Summer, and it is a great way to continue to develop the skills your kids learned during Junior Camp. Classes meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00AM to 10:30AM, and participants can […]

Dave Pelz’s 10 truths about putting

By DAVE PELZ I could talk for weeks about my 50-year infatuation with all things putting. But I figured I’d just give you the CliffsNotes instead. 1. Putting is important. Regardless of skill level, putting accounts for approximately 43 percent of your total strokes, taking into account your good putting days and the ones where you’re […]

Fourth of July Specials at Lake Forest!

July 2-8 Specials We’re celebrating the July 4th all week long so make this week your golf week! Bring your friends, come out on the course, and have fun! We have special discount rates online! Our best rate will be online this week! See for yourself  Wednesday, July 4th Specials FREE GREEN FEES for Active […]

Repeat U.S. Open win gives Koepka credit he deserves

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – In an ironic twist Sunday, the last man to win consecutive U.S. Opens was tasked with chronicling Brooks Koepka’s final round at Shinnecock Hills. Carrying a microphone for Fox Sports, Curtis Strange kept his composure as the on-course reporter. He didn’t cough in Koepka’s downswing. Didn’t step on his ball in the […]