New HERO'S Perks + Card FREE for Police, Firefighters, and Active Military

CHARLOTTE, NC JUNE 29th, 2016: In honor of those serving our country here and abroad, Ratcliffe Golf Services, Inc is offering their PERKS PLUS MEMBERSHIP to all active Military, Police, and Firefighters at no charge beginning July 1, 2016. This annual membership typically costs $79.95 ($49.95 for Mecklenburg County Residents) but will be available through a special HERO’s Card offered free to these public service Heroes. This will allow our heroes to receive discounted rates at each of our 5 courses (Charles T Myers GC, Dr. Charles L Sifford GC, Paradise Valley GC, Renaissance Park GC, and Sunset Hills GC), a 110% Price Guarantee, and an amazing Rewards Program with Status Levels that include additional benefits such as free range balls, free food and even free cart fees. The special edition HERO’s Card will grant a free annual membership into the Ratcliffe Golf Services PERKS.

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Short "Games" to Solidify Your Short Game!

By Jason Rockhold, MBA, PGA
PGA Member with Advanced Certification in Player Development
Director of Instruction
Impact Performance Golf Learning Center

I started playing golf when I was two years old, but I started actually going to the golf course at age 5. Some of the greatest things that I did was playing little games with my friends & family having small competitions to feel the sense of victory.

These games really made me want to win but to do so in an honorable and fair way. I learned early that the more I practiced putting, the more putts that I made in the competitions. This philosophy translated to my short game which is the back bone to all good golf games.

I used these 5 games growing up to not only get better at my short game, but to.

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Effective Practice to Lower Your Scores

Don’t let your handicap start growing like the grass!

By Jason Rockhold, MBA, PGA
PGA Member with Advanced Certification in Player Development
Director of Instruction
Impact Performance Golf Learning Center

Practice is the most overlooked part of golf. Most people find it a waste of time because they are unable to “take it to the course”. Usually when we go to the driving range, we get a large basket of golf balls (about 70-80) and we grab our driver out of the bag and start smashing away. Shot after shot, we see the ball roll on the ground, popped up right in front of us, slices to the right, and a few shots that go left. We then pull out a couple irons and hit about 10-20 shots with each at a target. One after another, raking the balls over from the pile and hacking away until we start to see a.

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Start 2016 off Strong

By Jason Rockhold, MBA, PGA
PGA Member with Advanced Certification in Player Development
Director of Instruction
Impact Performance Golf Learning Center 

Here are a few things that can help you get more out of your golf game. I have added these into my routine and I have seen great results.

1. STRETCH

I know after a few months of indoor living, my backswing tends to get a little shorter. I am spending about 30-45 minutes 3 nights a week on YouTube doing YOGA. With it's HUGE library of YOGA experts that are leading classes in front of the camera, you get to see how the poses are supposed to be with out the travel time/cost of going to an actual class.

Click on the photo to check it out.

Stick.
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