by Matt Young- Haggin Oaks Teaching Professional
Golf during the winter months…
The golf “season” may be slowing down now that winter is in full swing, but this is a great time to get geared up for next year and work on your game. Right now many golf manufacturers are starting to release their new products. Callaway has released the new Diablo Octane forged composite Driver and Woods. Titleist introduced the new 910 Driver. Nike just put out the MachSpeed Black Drivers and a couple new iron sets. Ping, Mizuno, and Taylormade have also released some of their new products. If you are looking to improve your equipment feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help you find the right club and fit you properly for it.
With the weather being so cold and the busy holiday season ahead of us, many people do not have as much time to dedicate to a full round of golf. Now is a great time to come take a few lessons from me a make some changes to your swing. If you can find the time to work on your game during these slow golf months, you will be one step ahead of your golf buddies who are going into golf hibernation. Make sure you dedicate some time each week on the driving range and putting green. Even if that just means you are swinging the clubs in your backyard or putting on the carpet inside. I would be happy to work with you and make improvements to your swing that will help you shoot lower scores.
Don’t let your game suffer during these slow golf months. Now is the time to check out the new equipment and take a few lessons so that you can hit the ground running when the weather starts to warm up. Contact me at the Haggin Oaks Super Shop about new clubs, fittings, and lessons. I look forward to working with you soon!
After moving his family to the greater Sacramento area, Matt has found a new home at Haggin Oaks. The combination of his passion for helping others, health and fitness background, and extensive experience teaching golfers of all abilities makes him a great addition to our team of professionals. Matt believes that golf is a game that teaches many life lessons and he focuses on making the learning experience educational and fun at the same time.