Blue Rock Golf Course Launching Weekly Video Golf Tips

Keep your game fresh all winter...

(SOUTH YARMOUTH) – Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth is excited to announce the launch of a new weekly golf tip video series that will appear on social media and www.bluerockgolfcourse.com.

Every Monday over the next ten weeks, Blue Rock PGA Pro Jim Campbell will host Golf Tip Monday, featuring a new video that will provide tips to keep your golf game strong over the winter.

In each video, Jim will instruct a golfer in areas that include golf club alignment, flexibility, putting, improving your driving distance, practicing inside and tuning up the golf swing, among others.

“This a great way to help golfers keep their game fresh over the next couple of months. We’ll give you practical tips and advice on your swing, putting techniques you can practice indoors, and much more,” said Campbell.

Golf Tip Monday will appear each week at www.bluerockgolfcourse.com and on the Blue Rock Golf Course Facebook page.

And if you’re looking for even more winter practice, Blue Rock Golf Course is offering indoor winter golf lessons this year.

During the lessons, you will have your swing recorded on video and then analyzed and compared virtually to your favorite tour pro. Your progress will also be tracked with our swing caddie 2 monitor.

The cost for indoor winter lessons is $40 per lesson or 3 lessons for $100. That’s less than half the normal lesson rate!

Lessons will be available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and some Saturdays. Call Jim Campbell direct at 508-292-0326 or the Pro Shop at 508-398-9295. Indoor winter lesson rates are good until March 21st, 2020.


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