Operation 36 to host golf bootcamp

Posted 4/19/19

Operation 36, the Triangle-based international golf improvement network, will host a one-day golf bootcamp for beginners in Buies Creek on May 18 from 2-6 p.m.. This bootcamp will be hosted by a PGA …

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Operation 36 to host golf bootcamp

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Operation 36, the Triangle-based international golf improvement network, will host a one-day golf bootcamp for beginners in Buies Creek on May 18 from 2-6 p.m.. This bootcamp will be hosted by a PGA pro at Keith Hills Golf Club.

The team has developed a four-hour, one-day bootcamp. Beginner golfers will:

  • Work with a coach directly to learn how to swing.
  • Learn golf etiquette and rules.
  • Have a blueprint for specific skill development needed to move forward with their golf journey.
  • Play on the course.
  • Walk away with Operation 36 Golf Progress Tracking mobile app.

    This bootcamp is designed to take apprehensive, newbie beginners and provide the experience and training to confidently prepare them to get out on the course and play often. During the bootcamp, participants will get out on the golf course and play 9 holes.

    To sign up for the bootcamp, visit www.newgolferbootcamp.com and click on the Keith Hills location.

    The Triangle-based Operation 36 Network was founded by PGA golf pros Ryan Dailey and Matt Reagan to provide a golf improvement experience for beginner and intermediate golfers. Operation 36 is used in more than 425 golf facilities worldwide, with thousands of players actively using the curriculum and platform.

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