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Cross Country Golf Tournament - December 16 2017

Cross Country Golf Tournament

Saturday, December 16th  
Shotgun begins at 10:00 AM

Play Heron Glen Golf Course unlike you ever have before! Teams will be playing on a 10-hole re-designed golf course! Maps will be needed!

Format – Four player captain’s choice (scramble). 
Team will be flighted by their final team score. 
Prizes will be awarded in each flight.

Team Entry Fee:  $200.00
Includes:  Green Fees, Cart Fees, Range Balls, Lunch
served during play and Prizes.

USGA Handicap Fee

New Jersey State Golf Association GHIN Handicap Fee

Once your NJSGA/GHIN Handicap is activated you will have full access to the following core NJSGA Member Services.

* NJSGA E-Benefits - Discount golf for NJSGA Members from NJSGA Member Golf Clubs and Courses

* GHIN - On-line Score Posting, Handicap Lookup, and keep your golf stats with eGolfer 

* Member Golf Days - One Day Net Events held at exclusive golf clubs for NJSGA members of varying skill levels.

* Championships - Test your skill with New Jersey's best of the best in the NJSGA's elite State Championships.

If you have had a previous USGA handicap please include your prior GHIN number and club in the comments section.

K-Vest Swing Efficiency Assessment - Lesson

Only $99.00

K-Vest System
The system’s user-friendly capture, analysis and training software precisely measures swing efficiency and movement patterns. There are many ways to swing a golf club, but only one proven way to swing efficiently. This is creating power from the ground up transferring energy starting with the pelvis to the torso to the lead arm and finally into the club in the downswing. K-Vest captures each golfer’s kinematic sequence. The Kinematic Sequence can be summarized as the body’s ability to create speed and power by transferring rotational velocity from segment to segment. It’s your “power signature.”
The system studies six elements of the swing, measuring them in varying degrees of rotation, tilt and bend.

These six elements are:
• Alignment at address
• Posture at address
• Hip and shoulder turn at top
• Hip position at top
• Hip movement during swing
• Spine movement during swing