WORKING PROFESSIONALS MAKE UP PART OF MEMBERSHIP AT CLUB AT BOCA POINTE

Doctors, lawyers, engineers, teachers and the candlestick makers are just a few of the professions that members at The Club at Boca Pointe are still very active in, according to a recent survey. Well, maybe not the candlestick maker!

“People think clubs are just for retired people,” says Helen Karpel, General Manager of the ever-changing Club at Boca Pointe. “As far as Boca Pointe is concerned, that is no longer true.”

“Our membership is changing rapidly. We are no longer just a club for the retirees. We have a very active, working membership,” she adds. “Of course, there are many retirees from many professions, but because of our various membership offerings, we are attracting many more working professionals to enjoy our diverse membership offerings.” The Club at Boca Pointe, located within the Boca Pointe Community, has a unique menu of membership opportunities allowing members to design the lifestyle in which they are comfortable.

“Since we are not a mandatory equity club where residents are automatically members, we have to be much more creative and market ourselves to changing demographics and lifestyles. For example, we designed a one-of-a-kind Premier Membership program, which enables the member to pick and choose the type of membership or activity level they prefer for as little as three consecutive months for the first year and for four or more consecutive months thereafter. And, the beauty of this membership is that you do not have to live at Boca Pointe to become a member,” explains Ms. Karpel.

With the Premier membership, if a working professional in the Northeast wants or has a place in South Florida, he or she can join as a family (spouse and children under 22) for the amount of time they are here. Let’s say a doctor, or any professional, and spouse want to spend the winter months in Florida. The Premier membership allows them to purchase a membership and enjoy full Club privileges, such as golf, tennis, card play, use of a brand new Sports and Fitness Complex, fine dining, the finest Boca Raton catering and various forms of entertainment throughout the year. Similarly, a working spouse can choose to commute to the business world while his or her spouse stays in South Florida to enjoy the amenities.

The Club at Boca Pointe, a Boca Raton country club, welcomes all its neighbors, those residing or leasing in the Boca Pointe community and those outside of its community. The membership roster is made up of people living in condos on A1A from Pompano Beach to Highland Beach…from apartments in Deerfield to those who rent at other clubs but are not permitted to use the club’s facilities. With Boca Pointe’s convenient location and beautiful amenities, its appeal is widespread.

CLUB MEMBERS AT BOCA POINTE ACTUALLY ARE WATCHING THE GRASS GROW ON GOLF COURSE WITH NEW FAIRWAY PLANTINGS

When you use the phrase “Watching the Grass Grow,” it has many different meanings ranging from a ballad by Tim McGraw to comments related to “boring.” But, to members of the Club at Boca Pointe, it takes on a very special meaning.

The members are literally and figuratively “watching the grass grow” by the day proclaims Buck Deibel, Director of Golf for the Club at Boca Pointe, featuring a beautiful 18-hole championship golf course.

“It is an amazing sight,” Deibel says. “We’ve finished planting the new Celebration grass on the front nine, and we can see it growing daily.”

“The keys to growing the Celebration grass are plenty of water and lots of sunshine. With our new irrigation system and the traditional summer rains of South Florida coupled with one of the hottest summers on record, we actually can measure the growth daily,” beams Deibel, one of the few PGA certified master instructors in the area.

Boca Pointe is currently working on the irrigation system on the back nine and hopes to start working on our cart paths ahead of schedule. The back nine fairways are thriving thanks to the combination of heat and water.

“The greens are healthy and fast. We are completing the mandatory maintenance, plus we have bolsters the tee boxes on the back nine as well as improved the collars around the greens” according to Deibel.

Bottom line!

Boca Pointe is on schedule to open the season, November 1, with a robust golf course and lightning fast greens to be enjoyed by all of its returning snowbird members, as well as our annual golfers and premier members.

“Boca Pointe members will be greeted with outstanding golf course conditions,” assures Karpel, general manager of the club, “as well as many activities from social golf with friends and monthly mixers to ladies and men’s fun league tournaments.”

If you’re not part of the Boca Pointe, Boca Raton Country Club family, yet, call membership to learn more at 561-864-8539.

IT’S NOT ONLY MADE IN AMERICA, BUT IT’S MADE FRESH AT THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE!

The popular cry today is “Made in America!” Popular, yes, but there is a different pride at The Club at Boca Pointe, where the motto is “Made fresh daily!”

That is Executive Chef Terry Daniels’ motto when it comes to preparing his menus for not only the members of The Club at Boca Pointe, but for many guests visiting through a variety of catered affairs. (By the way, residents of Boca Pointe are offered the same discount that Club members receive for catered affairs-Boca Raton Catering at it’s best).

“Everything is made from scratch,” beams Chef Terry, “our soups, our salads, all of our artisan breads, rolls, crackers and, of course, the wonderful variety of sweets.”

“If you want Challah, we make it fresh daily. If you want a pretzel roll, we bake them for our traditional Friday night buffets…from scratch. Our bakery department arrives in the kitchen around 4 a.m. to start preparing the dough, the mixes, and all the ingredients to produce what brings smiles to our members every night. About the only two things we do not make from scratch are bagels and ice cream,” says Chef Terry.

With the traditional holidays of Passover and Easter, Chef Terry and his staff prepare the typical delicacies for those holidays…all from scratch. The food is not only healthy but scrumptious!

We are the most active club in South Florida that bakes all its breads, muffins, and rolls in-house, fresh daily. Most clubs buy from commercial bakers, the same ones that sell to restaurants, hotels, clubs, and so forth. In addition to serving these delicious fresh breads, the club even sells full loaves and other baked goods directly to its members for enjoyment in the privacy of their own homes.

The hot items include:

• Chocolate bread for the chocoholics served on select nights

• Challah

• Fresh baked muffins

• Chocolate cake “that’s to die for!”

“I have a hunch,” says Chef Terry, “we will be looking into some new breads, as well, to satisfy our members from different parts of the world.

Membership at The Club at Boca Pointe is a privilege, where you do not have to live at Boca Pointe to be a member and you can design your own lifestyle membership for three to twelve months (with as few as three months the first year and four months the second year and thereafter). We welcome you to call membership to learn more about how you can enrich your lifestyle as part of Boca Pointe!

Come enjoy our freshly made delights where it is “Made in Boca Pointe!”

The Dawning of a New Era at The Club at Boca Pointe Welcomes Change and Embraces Exhilarating Progression

What’s going on at The Club at Boca Pointe? You drive by the Boca Pointe clubhouse and community and see that change is in the air, as curiosity and excitement wells up in your heart.

Forward-thinking is the approach taken by The Club at Boca Pointe, a country club in Boca Raton. The Club continually provides its members with reasons to be proud of their beautiful, active country club with so many amenities! “We expect the Club to be even more popular as our South Florida neighbors and seasonal guests learn more about our new, exciting projects underway!” shares Helen Karpel, General Manager.

What is going on you ask? Where to begin! The Club is actively renovating it golf course, as well as a constructing a new state-of-the-art sports & fitness complex conveniently located near the clubhouse, in addition to our clubhouse’s main lobby being beautifully redesigned and updated this last summer. Moreover, our community association is upgrading many of our security gate entrances along with building new displays at the crossroads of Boca Pointe (at Powerline Road and SW 18th Street). It is going to be beautiful!

The Golf renovations are progressing wonderfully well! The crew is diligently working and optimistic that the new irrigation system will be finished for all 18 holes on time or ahead of schedule. Once the irrigation system is completed on the front nine, planting of the new Celebration grass will be done in July. “We expect this to give us enough time to have healthy front nine fairways by season, barring no unexpected weather conditions.” Karpel says. The back nine has undergone sod replacement around the tee boxes and the collars around the greens. This has created a plush, healthy, revitalized look for our golfers to enjoy. The back nine fairways will be replaced during off-season of 2015 to complete the golf course renovations.

Coupled with the golf course renovations, we are making great strides with the construction of our new, state-of-the-art Sports and Fitness Complex that will encompass the existing center court. “This, too, is on or ahead of schedule,” Karpel delights. “Walls are going up, the foundation has been laid, and work is progressing. Once the walls and roof are finished, the construction crews will be working inside on what we think will be a ‘wow’ destination for our members. Dine casually during the day, go for a swim, workout, play tennis, enjoy other new amenities, or just hang out! This will be the ‘in’ place to be.”

Undoubtedly, in a short time, we will reap the fruit of all our labor! We are entering into a fabulous new era for our members! Don’t miss out. If you are not a member, yet, please call 561-864-8539 to learn more about the many lifestyle membership options available to meet your personal interests.

SOCIAL CALENDAR HEATS UP OPEN FOR NEW SEASON AT THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE

playbill coverWhat do the Michael Jackson Immortal Tour, The Bronx Wanderers, The Lion King, and first-run movies have in common?

The answer is very simple … The Club at Boca Pointe! Right here, under your nose, taking place on your campus. This all comes with being a member of The Club at Boca Pointe, which is excitedly part of the dawning of a new era and the renaissance of the entire community.

Jane Young, the Club’s social director, has put together a calendar of events for the 2014-2015 season that is a showstopper, not to mention the wonderful entertainment still being enjoyed this summer. July and August have such diverse events planned for our members to enjoy.

Big screen movies in the Club’s Main Dining Room before they are even available in regular theaters! This is what Jane Young has put together for Thursday nights, once a month, from June through the start of the season. Moreover, she invites a film critic to have an open discussion with you after previewing the movie, with a surprise visit from an actor on occasion. All of this for only $5…a price that is really priceless!

What else is on the horizon in July and August?

Impressionist/Singer Suzi Cruz and comedian Larry Larkin are sure not to disappoint as they appear in a special Showtime and Dinner at the Club with their captivating musical comedy act. Also on the Club’s campus, Marlene and Chet Solender will provide an insightful presentation on the life of Johnny Mercer, aka “The Pixie from Dixie.” Then, there are the fun trips, arranged by Boca Pointe, that bring many smiles and friendly camaraderie. Members will travel to the Broward Stage Door Theatre for a fantastic trip down memory lane at the show “On the Radio: Sounds of the 70’s.” Moreover, there are trips to Palm Beach Dramaworks to view “The Most Happy Fella” and the Actor’s Playhouse for the showing of “Mid-Life2!” And, there is so much more!

These events are following other extraordinary entertainment. Boca Pointe hosted the Israeli Scouts Caravan in June. This is a group of young adults, ages 16 and 17, who sing numerous Hebrew songs along with dancing that is directed by top Israeli directors. They travel to America and have appeared on 12 different TV shows as well as performed across many venues including Boca Pointe! This was a night to remember for our members!

So, what’s with the Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour? Well, it is one of the top 10 grossing music tours of all time. While the show could not be booked at the Club because its calendar is so full and tight, Jane Young was able to secure amazing prime seats at the BB&T Center this past May, with members sitting in rows 18 to 21! As with all our trips, this was a hassle-free event with a ride from the Club to the front door of the performance center then a relaxing, care-free ride back to the Club – no traffic, no tension, no worries – just a whole lot of fun!

For the upcoming season, Jane Young has so much planned that your calendar will be exploding!

Do you like the theater? Take your pick of prime seating at the Broward Center for such shows as Annie, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Motown, The Musical, Pippin, and Anything Goes.

Is music your cup of tea? DuDu Fisher, the renowned Israeli cantor and Broadway star, is bringing a musical journey of Hebrew, Yiddish and Broadway favorites. DuDu is part of the Community Performing Arts Series at Spanish River Church. That’s right, a church. Jane Young has tickets available to our members for this series that is sure to be amazing.

Following on the heels of a sellout success of the Neil Diamond Tribute at the Club, Jane Young also has The Bronx Wanderers returning after great success last season. Only this time, this five-person showstopper featuring a father and two-sons will be on a Sunday night as part of a dinner show in the Main Dining Room, Jan. 25, 2015 – another first for the Club. This group brings joyful intensity to Rock n’ Roll favorites from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s!

When it comes to your calendar, do you like to mix it up a little? Well, The Bronx Wanderers are one of six in the Club’s Showtime Series that features a wide variety of talent from music to comedy to impressionists. This series has become a Friday night entertainment staple to so many of our members and is available as a series purchase. Individual show tickets may also become available.

Tired yet? Well, among all the special club events there are plenty of additional regular fun social events from seeing a Marlins-Mets baseball game to art exhibits to many additional lively club events, including day and overnight trips, a cruise, classical concert series, seminars, FAU lecture series, dance lessons, dinner dances, art classes, card lessons, book club, and the list goes on and on!

For those of you who are single, there are events for you to mix and mingle with other singles. Boca Unos organizes Happy Hour once a month and invites several country clubs to join them at our Club where singles can socialize with longtime friends and make new friends. Similarly, there is the Inter-Club, which offers single events to enjoy once a month among 12 local country clubs, both on the Boca Pointe campus and hosted at other clubs.

Single ladies, we even have something extra special for you! While many new friends will be made as laughter and fun abound through Boca Unos and the Inter-Club, there is also a new single women’s group being introduced that will foster companionship by attending events together, creating friendly bonds and an inter-network to help one another have a much fuller life.

And, for those inclined to add some physical activities to their lifestyle, Boca Pointe has the Athletics Center with many workout programs along with the wonderful anticipation for the new Sports and Fitness Center to open its doors late this year. Furthermore, if you are a golf or tennis player, a fresh looking golf course will continue to “wow” golfers as well as the highly active programming offered in both tennis and golf for all types of players – the competitive and social minded.

Membership, certainly has its privileges, but at The Club at Boca Pointe, there are memberships to fit everyone’s lifestyle—whether its 12-months a year or seasonal. Residents can design a membership to best suit their lifestyle.

Whatever your interests, we have it. You pick your lifestyle at The Club at Boca Pointe!

TODAY LIFE CONTINUES (TLC) SINGLE WOMEN FIND WONDERFUL COMPANIONSHIP AT THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE

Are you a single woman, full of life and desire to have fun but uncertain how to get involved when it is just you? Well, The Club at Boca Pointe offers a great solution to allow new friends to be gained and great times to be had with others! The Club is more than a Boca Raton Golf Course!

Single women at The Club at Boca Pointe are now enjoying a new group, the TLC Club, which is for single women (widowed, divorced, single or have lost significant others). The focus is on living a fuller life and sharing fun things together. Some of us may know the acronym TLC as “tender loving care.” Well, “Today’s Life Continues” aligns well with this saying. Do you remember the television series “Friends” and the theme song, “where everybody knows your name?” Well, the TLC club fosters this sentiment. It is an opportunity to form a bond with many women with a similar lifestyle.
Meetings are held once a month and are open to Boca Pointe members only. Some of the great activities to look forward to include: inspirational speakers, lunches, dinners, sharing interesting articles and experiences, etc. The group even organizes carpools for all the TLC participants to join the festivities.

The first meeting was fabulous! It was held on a Thursday, in the multipurpose room. Following the meeting, the women enjoyed dinner together at the Club (charged to individual membership accounts) and, after dinner, a wonderful lecture on Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra for a minimal charge of $5 per person charge. If you’re a single woman and member of Boca Pointe, we encourage you to contact Alice Struhl at 394-5136, alicestruhl@gmail.com or Charlotte Spalter at 394-3560, charspalt@aol.com to learn more. If you’re a single woman and not a member of Boca Pointe, yet, call the membership department at 561-864-8539 to learn about the many membership options at The Club at Boca Pointe.

THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE SETS CELEBRATION FOR GOLF COURSE

We’re going to have a Celebration!
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That’s right, the Club at Boca Pointe is launching an important Celebration…a Celebration that will rank Boca Pointe’s beautifully designed championship golf course among the top in South Florida, according to Buck Deibel, Director of Golf for this non-mandatory, equity country club in Boca Raton.

Deibel heads The Club at Boca Pointe research team. He has held numerous meetings, discussions with agronomists, and visited other golf courses in the area, before finally selecting Celebration grass for its new fairways.

Celebration grass is a deep blue-green, high performance Bermuda grass that has finished best in numerous university research studies for wear tolerance and recovery. It is drought resistance and performs well across a wide variety of applications. Among the diverse Bermuda grass available, Celebration grass is the most proven and is currently being used successfully in such venues as homes, professional golf courses, and sports and parks throughout The South.

Being shade and wear tolerant, Celebration grass is excellent for golf courses. In fact, many of the other country clubs in South Florida are switching to Celebration grass if they had ventured out to try something new. They have found Celebration grass to be the most cost effective.

According to Deibel, “These characteristics are particularly important for us. The number of rounds we play increase yearly, especially with the continued growth of our popular Premier membership category. We are the only non-mandatory equity club in Palm Beach County with a program designed for seasonal members who might not live within its private community.”

The celebration goes well beyond setting up a Celebration fairway to accompany Boca Pointe’s Tiff Eagle greens. Deibel explains, “We are laying a new irrigation system to water the Celebration grass properly, as well as re-doing our cart paths and tee boxes to complete the renovation activities.”

Because of its great growing characteristics and results, Celebration is a favorite of golf courses, especially during renovation projects. Technically, Celebration grass is a rapidly growing type of Bermuda grass that establishes very quickly. As a result of its aggressive growth, it is less susceptible to disease and insect pressure. Furthermore, due its density, it often chokes out weeds that may try to creep in. All of these qualities equate to less downtime and more rounds played.

The Club at Boca Pointe is celebrating daily with the decision to move forward with Celebration grass for its fairways! If you want to know more about the golf renovation plans, please call the Golf Shop at 561-864-8522 and ask to speak with Buck Deibel. If you want to get in on the celebration, please call 561-864-8539 to speak with membership.

THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE SETS CELEBRATION FOR GOLF COURSE

We’re going to have a Celebration!
SONY DSC
That’s right, the Club at Boca Pointe is launching an important Celebration…a Celebration that will rank Boca Pointe’s beautifully designed championship golf course among the top in South Florida, according to Buck Deibel, Director of Golf for this non-mandatory, equity country club.

Deibel heads The Club at Boca Pointe research team. He has held numerous meetings, discussions with agronomists, and visited other golf courses in the area, before finally selecting Celebration grass for its new fairways.

Celebration grass is a deep blue-green, high performance Bermuda grass that has finished best in numerous university research studies for wear tolerance and recovery. It is drought resistance and performs well across a wide variety of applications. Among the diverse Bermuda grass available, Celebration grass is the most proven and is currently being used successfully in such venues as homes, professional golf courses, and sports and parks throughout The South.

Being shade and wear tolerant, Celebration grass is excellent for golf courses. In fact, many of the other country clubs in South Florida are switching to Celebration grass if they had ventured out to try something new. They have found Celebration grass to be the most cost effective.

According to Deibel, “These characteristics are particularly important for us. The number of rounds we play increase yearly, especially with the continued growth of our popular Premier membership category. We are the only non-mandatory equity club in Palm Beach County with a program designed for seasonal members who might not live within its private community.”

The celebration goes well beyond setting up a Celebration fairway to accompany Boca Pointe’s Tiff Eagle greens. Deibel explains, “We are laying a new irrigation system to water the Celebration grass properly, as well as re-doing our cart paths and tee boxes to complete the renovation activities.”

Because of its great growing characteristics and results, Celebration is a favorite of golf courses, especially during renovation projects. Technically, Celebration grass is a rapidly growing type of Bermuda grass that establishes very quickly. As a result of its aggressive growth, it is less susceptible to disease and insect pressure. Furthermore, due its density, it often chokes out weeds that may try to creep in. All of these qualities equate to less downtime and more rounds played.

The Club at Boca Pointe, a country club in Boca Raton, is celebrating daily with the decision to move forward with Celebration grass for its fairways! If you want to know more about the golf renovation plans, please call the Golf Shop at 561-864-8522 and ask to speak with Buck Deibel. If you want to get in on the celebration, please call 561-864-8539 to speak with membership.

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE, THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE GOLF COURSE GETTING THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES

Not only has the work begun on a new irrigation system for The Club at Boca Pointe’s golf course, a Boca Raton Golf Club, but also it is progressing on schedule, according to Helen Karpel, General Manager.

“We are on schedule to be pumping water from our new pipes by mid to late July on the front nine, barring, of course, any major weather delays,” according to Ms. Karpel. “The crew is diligently working and optimistic that the new irrigation system will be finished for all 18 holes on time or ahead of schedule.” she boasts like a proud new mother.

The process is truly amazing to watch. First crews have to plow or trench, depending on the pipe size, to accommodate the main lines that are approximately six to ten inches in diameter. These pipes carry the water pumped from the new pump station all through the course.

When the sprinklers come on at different times the water flows from the main into lateral pipes, which are also being laid at the same time. “It’s like a heart pumping blood to and from the arteries into the branches or capillaries and veins throughout your body,” the newly-minted irrigation expert enthusiastically states.

Once the irrigation system is completed on the front nine, planting of the new Celebration grass will be done in July. “This, along with the new irrigation system, will give us enough time to have healthy front nine fairways by season,” Karpel says.

“The back nine is under going sod replacement around the tee boxes and the collars around the greens. So, by the time our equity snowbird members return along with our growing number of Premier members, including a fabulous group of Canadians, we will have a plush, healthy, well-watered golf course.” Karpel further explains.

The back nine fairways will be replaced during off-season of 2015 to complete the golf course renovations. The beautiful, healthy new fairways and tee boxes along with upgraded cart paths will bring delight to golfers and the overall Boca Pointe community as our beautifully designed championship golf course displays its great personality and beauty!

We welcome you to call The Club at Boca Pointe to learn more about the dawning of a new era for our Club. Be part of it all, call 561-864-8539.

IT’S ALL IN THE SHORT GAME SAYS MASTER PRO AT THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE

There are numerous catch phrases that golfers often use, such as:

“Drive for show; putt for dough” or “It is not how you drive, but how you arrive.”

“Those are but two of the many clichés that describe the importance of not only getting off the tee box, but how best to play the game,” says Buck Deibel, Director of Golf and a PGA Master Professional at The Club at Boca Pointe.

“I cannot emphasize enough the importance of the short game,” says Deibel. He explains, “No matter how long you drive or how well you hit your fairway woods, at least 45 to 50 percent of all shots are hit from 100 yards and in. The following paragraphs are some of the pitching and chipping pointers we use when teaching different shot game shots to the golf members at The Club at Boca Pointe.”

Chipping (A Shot Hit 2 to 4 yards from the Green)

Grip: Slightly weaker grip or putting grip.
Set Up: Neutral stance, neutral clubface, ball position middle of stance, handle of club slightly forward at address, and weight on left side. Keep lower body still throughout shot.
Distance Control / Backswing: Keep backswing about the same length (8 o’clock), control distance by changing clubs. Choose the club that will carry ¼ of the way to the hole (club selection dictated by how much green you have to work with).
Forward Swing: Hit down on ball. Keep right hand out of shot, finish low.

Pitch and Run (A Shot Hit Greater than 4 yards and yet Less Than 15 yards from Green)

Grip: Slightly weaker grip.
Set Up: Neutral stance, neutral clubface, ball position middle of stance, handle of club slightly forward at address, and weight on left side.
Distance Control / Backswing: Length of backswing will control distance along with club selection (club selection dictated by how much green you have to work with).

Club Usage:
SW – Carry (land ball) 2/3 of the way to hole
PW – Carry 1/2
9 iron – Carry 1/3
8 iron – Carry 1/4
7 iron – Carry 1/5
6 iron – Carry 1/6
5 iron – Carry 1/7

Backswing: Take club back by turning shoulders, it’s ok to have a slight hinge of the wrists as you take the club back, Keep lower body still.
Forward Swing: Let lower body move proportionate to arm swing on the forward swing. Strike ball with a descending blow, keep right hand out of shot (no flipping with right hand) and finish low.

High Pitch shot

Grip: Neutral grip, very light grip pressure.
Set Up:
Neutral stance, neutral clubface, ball position middle of stance, handle of club slightly forward at address, and weight equally distributed to slightly favoring left side.
Distance Control / Backswing: Length of backswing will control distance along with club selection (9 to 3, 10 to 2, etc., club most commonly used lob wedge or sand wedge).
Backswing: Take club back by turning shoulders and let wrists hinge, keep lower body still.
Forward Swing: Let lower body move proportionate to arm with swing on the forward swing. Remember hinge on backswing, unhinge at contact and rehinge on forward swing – strike ball with a descending blow.

According to Deibel, it will take some practice at the short game complex to master these techniques, but the effort will be well worth it as your score improves. Just like we use all parts of the course, from the tee box to the green, be sure to use all parts of the practice area. Golf is a funny game – your drive off the tee has the same stroke value as your 15 foot chip or 5 foot putt – so make the most out of your practice time for shorter putts and even more chip-ins to become part of your daily golf game!

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