Test your short game and improve your scores!

Test out your short game to see what you should be working on this off season!

You may have a handicap for your entire game, but do you know how each part of your game stacks up to others? We have a few tests that can help you find your weak spots so you can improve for next year.

Lag Putting:

Hit 10 putts in total, hit 2 putts from 7 Steps, 10 Steps, 13 Steps, 17 Steps, and 20 Steps away from the hole.

The Scoring system is as follows:

Glossary of Golf Terms

Golf Club


The farthest part of the club head from the golfer


The closest part of the club head to the golfer


The middle of the club head where the golf ball is intended to be struck


The lines set into the club to promote spin on the golf ball


The bottom of the golf club

Perimeter Weighting

The weighting around the perimeter of the club to help make a golf club more forgiving


The part of the club where the shaft and club head are one


The tapered tube which connects the club head to the golf grip

Kick point

The point where the shaft is flexed to achieve different ball flights

Custom Club Fitting: Choosing the correct club head style

Choosing the correct club head style

When choosing the correct club head style it is important to match your contact tendencies to a head style that enhances your performance. During the fitting process your custom fitter will narrow down your tendencies by matching your launch angle needs, spin needs and your forgiveness needs by letting you use the different heads to match to your maximum performance. Make sure the club you choice is one you are excited to play with. Confidence in a club can be just as important as the technology that goes into them.


Confidence and trust are underrated when it comes to the game of golf. We are too quick to question our technique when it could be as simple as you having second thoughts over the shot.

Developing a routine that allows us to walk up to the golf ball with confidence will go a long way in improving your game. We want to take in all the information at hand, digest that information into a clear plan of action and have the confidence in that plan that it will suite your game at the time of the shot.

There are many correct ways to play any given golf shot, but if we are over top of the golf ball, still deciding what the best play is, we are already setting ourselves up for failure. Try and have a clear plan on what you are trying to do before you put your club behind the ball. If we are between two thoughts, chances are you won't be able to do either of them.

Stitch in Time, Saves 9

Stitch in Time, Saves 9
Summer golf is the greatest. We get to play whenever we want, the course is in great shape, and usually our game is in great shape. The downside is that we do not get as much time to practice as we may hope to, usually because we are spending all of our time playing. If we start having troubles with one aspect of our game, and it's been a few rounds, we suggest you work on it right away. Don't let bad habits creep into your game because it could be a quick fix right now, or it could be a big fix later on in the year. Think of your game like a car. Maintain it, and it will run smoothly, neglect it, and it may break down on you. If you don't know what to fix, let us help you, it could be as simple as standing further away.

Custom Fitting: the importance of the proper sized grip


Grips are much more than just the rubber keeping your hands off of the cold steel. They are an essential part of a golf club.

Having the correct size of grip is something that most people over look. Having a grip that is too small could make you pull your golf ball, and a grip that is too big could make you push your golf ball. They also sell large grips for those with arthritis to relieve some of the pain you may feel when hitting a golf ball.

Focus and how it influences your golf game

Staying Focused

Are you distracted? Are you waiting for an important phone call? Have you not had anything to eat for 16 holes?

Our focus is something that influences your golf game more than we might think. With smart phones and wrist watches that buzz and beep every 30 seconds, it can be hard to stay focused on the task at hand. Getting angry at one’s self is something that may feel beneficial, but, it usually does more harm than good. What we want to try and emulate is the focus and attitude we bring to our practice. Deep breathing and taking a second to clear our head from outside distractions can help keep our round consistent rather than a classic golf game of pars and triple bogies.


The golf club is often overlooked as the cause of poor play. Should we trust the equipment that we are using? Absolutely, but we highly recommend that you have your clubs custom fit.

The club is made up of 3 components: Grip, Shaft, Head. These three components can each influence the ball and the swing in different ways.

If your grips are too big, the average person will hit the ball with a push.
If your grips are too small, the average person will hit the ball with a pull.
If your grips are too slippery or worn, then you will have to hold on to the golf club too tight which will rob you of power and accuracy.

Custom Fitting: The importance of having the proper lie angle

If the lie angle of your golf club is too upright than you will have a tendency to hit the ball to the left if you’re right handed. If your lie angle is too flat than you will have the tendency to hit the ball right if you’re right handed (the opposite for left handed people). These 2 factors are the main reason you should be custom fit for your lie angle.
Each manufacturer has a different lie angle as standard. We highly recommend that you get custom fit with the clubs you intend to play during the fitting process.
Over time softer metals change and therefore the lie angles change as well. So if you are using an older set of irons (10 years or older) we extremely endorse getting custom fit for a new set of irons. A new set customized to you will absolutely increase your consistency and over time increase your performance.

Custom Club Fitting: Fitting for length

Arguably the most important part of the fitting process, the length of the shaft absolutely affects performance.
If the shaft is too long you will have difficulty controlling you performance, golf shots may go left and you could be forced to stand too tall at setup.
On the other spectrum if the shaft is too short golf shots may go right, if too much hip flex because you’re crouching when you address the ball. Therefore you will have great difficulty maintaining consistent posture during the golf swing.
Our recommendation would be to go to your local golf course and ask to have a Golf Professional to take a look at the length of your clubs. And of course if you are considering buying new clubs please get custom fit, this will only increase your performance.