St. Patty's Scramble, TaylorMade Club Fitting, Sneak Peek: 2019 Club Championship, Bridal Showers at Westwood
AROUND THE COURSE
St. Patty's Scramble
Westwood’s St. Patty's Scramble is just TWO WEEKS AWAY! If you haven’t done so already, register now to enjoy plenty of food, beer, and GOLF!
-Saturday, March 16, 2019 / 9am Shotgun Start
-Closest to the Pin & Longest Drive Competitions
*Greens Fees & Cart
*Draft Beer During Golf
*Hot Dog Ticket
*Buffet & Prizes following Golf
The cost is $150 per team of 2.
(Reduced rate for members)
Payment is due at time of registration.
Please note that you will not be fully registered until payment has been received.
To register your team online, CLICK HERE, enter the required information, and continue to payment. OR, call the pro shop to pay by phone. You will need each player’s name, email, phone number and handicap. 856-845-2000.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10TH- TaylorMade Club Fitting
Sunday March 10th from 10am to 2pm at Westwood. $50 club fitting fee includes club fitting with a TaylorMade representative on our TrackMan golf simulator and a detailed report sent right to your email. Fitting fee will be waived if a club purchase is made. Call the Pro Shop to reserve your half hour time slot: 856-845-2000. Limited spots remain!!
SNEAK PEEK: 2019 Club Championship
Sneak peek: We welcome all amateur golfers to participate in Westwood's 2019 Club Championship. The 2-day medal play event is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 6th & Sunday, July 7th, 2019.
Be on the lookout for more information, coming soon!!!
Senior Monday's at Westwood
Every Monday from open until close, seniors (62+) can enjoy 18 holes of golf with a cart for just $29.00!! Please note that this special cannot be combined with any other offers.
OUTINGS AND EVENTS
Bridal Showers at Westwood
Wedding season is quickly approaching! Located in a private setting overlooking the golf course, Westwood's banquet facility provides an ideal location for your Bridal Shower or event. We can accommodate groups big or small, with multiple packages to choose from. Our Banquet Manager will work with you to ensure the day is perfect for the bride-to-be!
For more information, or to set up a meeting, please fill out the banquet inquiry form on our website, or call 856-845-2000.
Host Your 2019 Golf Outing at Westwood
When planning your 2019 golf outing, look no further than Westwood Golf Club. Whether it's a corporate outing or charity fundraiser, every tournament is provided the same professional service and experience.
If you’d like breakfast before golf, or an awards banquet after, Westwood offers a variety of outing options that are sure to meet your needs. Let us help plan your golf outing today: 856-845-2000. Don't forget to ask about our MONDAY OUTING SPECIALS!
GOLF TIP OF THE MONTH
Dominate Your Driver in Three Easy Steps
You just spent a few Franklins on a high-tech new driver, hoping to buy yourself 10 to 15 extra yards. But even the most expensive club won’t give you the power boost you’re looking for if you don’t follow a few driving fundamentals. Here are three keys to make sure you get a full return on your investment.
SETUP: CREATE A LAUNCH PAD
At address, tilt your spine away from the target so that your right shoulder is lower than your left, and position the ball just forward of the low point of your swing, opposite your left armpit. This ensures that you catch the ball on the upswing, producing the optimum high-launch, low-spin characteristics you want with the driver.
BACKSWING: MAKE A FULL TURN
To create additional speed on the backswing, you have to hinge your wrists and coil your upper body behind the ball. As you swing back, feel like the lifeline on your right hand is applying outward pressure to your left thumb. This automatically straightens the left arm—producing extra width— and hinges the club upward. Complete your backswing by turning your right shoulder behind your right ear. The deeper the turn, the more the yards will pile up.
DOWNSWING: STAY CONNECTED
On the downswing, feel as though your arms are keeping pace with the rotation of your torso. If your arms get “stuck” behind your body or race ahead of it, you’ll hit the ball sideways. To learn how to move your arms and body as one unit, wedge a headcover under both armpits and make hip-high to hip-high practice swings, holding both headcovers in place against your rib cage.