The PGA South Central Section 2018 Golf Pass is now available for purchase.

The golf pass offers discounts and savings at over 90 golf courses in our area.

They are available now at your clubhouse, from your golf professional or Kelly Golf in Grove. .

The Golf Pass is a great way to add a little adventure to your golf in 2018.

Golf Quote

A “gimme” can best be defined as an agreement between two golfers, neither of whom can putt very well- Author Unknown

The Golf Calendar

Friday May 18 Ye Old Golf Tournament Benefitting the Christian Medical Clinic of Grand Lake.

Return entry forms to: Fr. David, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 555 East Third St., Grove, OK 74344-7139..

Fairland Lions Club 19th annual “Dr Bill Goodman” Memorial Golf Tournament.

The Tournament will be held Saturday April 21, at Peoria Ridge Golf Course. 918-540-4541.

Save the date..

Disabled American Veterans Golf Scramble will take place on Armed Forces Day May 19th, 2018.

It will take place at Cherokee Grove Golf Course with much appreciated major sponsorship from the Bank of Grand Lake.

Four man Scramble benefitting the local DAV transportation and service fund.


Weekend Skins

The starting time is noon, (weather Permitting) and it is still the cheapest skins game in the world!. . Check it out.

All are welcome. Game will play it the temp is 40 Degrees or warmer.

Grand Lake Golf Venues

-Cherokee Grove Golf Course (Grove) @ 918-786-4100

-The Coves Golf Club (Duck Creek) @ 918-782-3220

-Grand Cherokee Golf Course (Langley) @ 918-435-8727.

-Patricia Island Golf Club (Grove) @ 918-786-3338

-Peoria Ridge Golf Club (Miami) 918-542-7676

-Shangri-La Golf Club (Monkey Island) @ 918-257-4204

-Eagle Creek Golf Club (Joplin) @ 417-623-5050

-Elk River C.C. (Noel) @ 417-475-3208

-Kelly Custom Golf (Grove) 918-787-7640 golf shop

Golf joke of the week

Tee Time

Tom was a man of faith, and a man of the golf course.

He played golf every Sunday religiously, but only after attending church services.

Tom was getting on in years, and one day after feeling ill, he said to his wife, "I sure hope there is golf in the afterlife.

His wife told him not to overreact with talk about the afterlife. "Go to church and say a little prayer," she suggested, "and you'll feel better."

So Tom headed to church.

As he kneeled at the pew, Tom whispered a prayer: "Oh Lord, thank you for everything - my health, my wife and my golf game.

I hope that when I reach Heaven I can still play golf."

As soon as he finished, a voice thundered: "Tom, this is the Lord. I hear you and will answer your question.

Do you want the good news or the bad news first?"

Tom was startled. "Well, give me the good news," he said.

The Lord replied, "The good news is that in Heaven, we have thousands of championship golf courses, play is never slow, it's always free and you will never lose a golf ball."

Tom was ecstatic, "That's wonderful! You've answered my prayer! But what is the bad news?"

The Lord replied, "You tee off tomorrow at 9 a.m."

It’s Spring

Understand the season.

Do you know how the weather affects your game?

The ground is wetter – even underneath the top surface of the grass.

The grass is just beginning to grow.

This along with the dampness will result in slower putts with less break than they will have when summer rolls around.

This also results in deeper divots. Make sure to repair your divots on the green.

Warm up.

You may have been slightly inactive for the last 5 months.

Golf can take a toll on your muscles and joints.

Hamstrings are often overlooked as people concentrate on their shoulders, back and arms.

In fact, your legs and hips also do a lot of work when you swing the clubs.

Stretching and flexibility exercises will help.

Practice and start slow.

Driving the ball a long distance feels good, but It’s definitely your short game that saves strokes.

Start with a wedge and get the “feeling” back in your swing.

Don’t power the shot, let the swing do the work.

And, practice putting indoors just to get the feeling back again.

You will have you have a consistent putt when you’re on the actual greens.

Odds are this will save you more strokes per round than your drive.

Lower score → happier golfer → you won’t throw your clubs into the lake.

Keep it in the middle!