Greg Bray - Head PGA Golf Professional
$70 – One hour golf lesson
$100 - 9-Hole playing lessons
Trey Hayden – Assistant Golf Professional
Philip Jackson – Assistant PGA Golf Professional
Solomon Deas – Assistant Golf Professional
$50 – One hour golf lesson
$250 – Golf Lesson Package (Six 1-hour Lessons)
$25 – Junior golf lessons (half hour)
$75 - 9-Hole playing lessons
Men's and Ladies Golf Leagues are extremely popular at Terradyne with Ladies playing every Wednesday morning and Thursday evening, and the Gentlemen playing every Wednesday evening. Enjoy different games every week and, of course, time with friends.
2017 Men's Golf League play includes a Wednesday evening game that tees off at 5:30 pm.
2017 Ladies League play includes a Wednesday morning 18 hole game that tees off at 9:00 am, as well as a Thursday evening 9 hole game that tees off at 5:30 pm.
New! Terradyne now offers a 6 hole league for beginner ladies that tees off Wednesdays at 9:00am, as well as 5:30pm Thursday evenings.
The year goes by so fast and we here at Terradyne try to have as many events as possible to keep each member of the family involved. From Member Guest Weekend, Couples 9 Wine & Dine, to Family Golf and Swim Twighlights, we hope that all of our members have the opportunity to meet new people, form friendships and have fun.
2017 Junior Golf Program
The Terradyne Country Club Junior Golf Program is such a great way to get the kids out of the house, learn the game of golf, and socialize with new friends. To the excitement of the Club, and especially the Golf Shop Staff, the Jr. Golf Program has grown extensively over the last couple of years, and is looking to be bigger and better in 2017! For more information, please contact the Golf Shop at (316) 733-5851.
5:30 - 6:30 pm For session information, please contact the Golf Shop, 733-5851.
Please contact the Golf Shop for details and get signed up early! 733-5851.
AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL
Quite often when I am playing with members I see them make a good swing with good contact and miss the fairway by twenty yards. Confused, they will look at me and ask what happened. When I ask what they were aiming at, it is amazing how often they reply, “The fairway”. While it seems like a good concept, aiming into a 35 yard wide fairway is not nearly as precise as we need to be. There seems to be an intimidation that settles in on a golfer when I tell them to aim at a branch/sign/etc. in the distance. “I can’t hit that exact line, I’m not good enough”. We don’t have to hit that exact line, but if we can aim at a small target and miss that by a little bit, you will be in much better shape that just aiming at a huge fairway and missing that. Hence the term “Aim small, miss small”.
Assistant Golf Professional