WE'RE TEEING UP A BRAND NEW COURSE!
Shingle Creek Golf Club proudly partnered with the renowned Arnold Palmer Design Company to create a newly designed golf course at Rosen Shingle Creek, which will be completed later this Fall 2016. As a thank you for your patience, we are offering 25% off your greens fees for your first round of golf on this newly renovated course.

Please check back here for the latest updates on our grand reopening. You can also sign up for The Golf Club newsletter to receive updates and special offers.

We look forward to seeing you tee up on our new course later this Fall!



Looking to shave strokes off of your game? Our Brad Brewer Golf Academy is open for business and standing by to help perfect your game!



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Golf Tips For Your Golf Backswing

By the time the swing reaches the top the left hand will have gone from a palmar flexion to a radial deviation without any effort on your part. It is the natural tendency. The only thing you have to watch is that it doesn’t go too far and fall into a backward flex.
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Golf Putting Tips – Discover Some Simple Strategies To Help You Make More Putts

Great putting can be one of the fastest ways to lower your golfing handicap. The most important key to putt well is confidence. Many people think that it is great mechanics that results in good putting and they spend a lot of time working on developing the perfect stroke. The truth is that the perfect stroke may not exist and it is much more important to work on thinking positively and confidently. Here are a few tips to help you putt better.
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Golf Driving Tips – Learn How To Hit The Golf Ball Farther And Straighter

Hitting the driver well is one of the most difficult skills to learn and master in the game of golf. It is obviously very important when it comes to shooting lower scores to hit your drives straight and with distance. Golf courses are getting longer so it becomes important to develop good distance with your driver otherwise it can be difficult to shoot good scores if you are always faced with long approach shots into par 4 holes. Here are a few tips that can help you to hit this club farther and straighter.
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Improving Clubhead Speed and Your Golf Swing With Golf Fitness Training

Compensations in the golf swing are often categorized as “swing faults”, indicating that an error exists in the actual mechanics of the golf swing. The normal approach to correcting “swing faults” is through instruction from a qualified teaching professional and follow up practice.
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Tips on Practing Putting & Improving Your Golf Score!

If you keep a tally of the strokes you made in golf than the majority of them will be putting the ball. This is why putting is one of the most important aspects of the game of golf but most people who go to the practice range will spend their time hitting their driver and will ignore the putting range.
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Golf Putting Tips – 4 Tips for Mastering the Long Putt

Even if you’ve only been around golf for a short period of time, I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “drive for show and putt for dough.” It’s become a golf cliche because of its inherent truth. People love watching and hitting a long drive but it’s masterful putting that keeps your score low and helps pro players win golf tournaments. So how do you improve your putting and take strokes off your game?
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Golf Club Ratings – How To Find The Top Clubs Without Breaking The Bank

Finding good golf club ratings is a necessity to help you find the best golf clubs to suit your game. Again, today, golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, because it literally just about anybody can play it.
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Beginner Ladies Golf – 101

If you are a new beginning golfer there are a couple of things you should be aware of so you have a good experience. In this article, we will talk about tee times, dress codes and tipping at the golf course.
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Ways To Adjust To Slower Or Faster Greens

We’ve all played courses whose greens were too fast or too slow. Some we’ve liked and played well on. Some we’ve disliked and played poorly on. Regardless of how we we’ve done on them, they reiterate one point about putting that’s critical to remember regardless of your golf handicap.
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