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How To Prepare For Golf Season, During Off-Season: Part 2

Published on March 13th, 2022

"When it comes to improving your golf game, your swing isn’t the only thing you need to worry about. Your endurance, flexibility, and focus are just as important as mastering the power and following through behind a driver or iron. Our experts at Carriage Greens Country Club and Golf Course have gathered a few additional ways you can prepare for golf season: Yoga Classes – To perfect your swing and stance, you need to be flexible. Yoga classes throughout the off-season can help you maintain and improve your flexibility. Watch Tutorials Or Professional Golf Tournaments – Watching experts play the game can be a great way to improve. Pay close attention to the timing, stance, and swing of the pros,… Read More


The Late-Winter Golf Guide Part 1: Practicing Your Swing

Published on March 9th, 2022

"‘Tis the season for snow, ice and frigid temperatures across the Chicagoland area. Practicing warm weather sports like tennis, soccer and golf, become more difficult to do this time of year, unless you have access to an indoor facility. Instead of playing winter golf in the cold rain, snow, or ice there are plenty of ways you can practice your swing and posture without ever stepping outside. To prepare yourself for off-season practice at home, you’ll need to locate your golf clubs, a few household items, and a space where you’ll have plenty of room to swing a club around. If you don’t have a quiet nor spacious room to practice in, we suggest making a space in your garage… Read More


Data-Driven Drive: How Do Golf Simulators Work?

Published on December 23rd, 2021

"In our ever changing world, it’s no surprise that a sport dating back to the 15th century Scotland can now be played virtually. Rain or shine, a golf simulator allows each user to feel like they’re able to play an entire course without taking more than a few steps. This high-tech stimulator is vastly different from any video game console that requires you to hold a controller. It’s like showing up to an indoor driving range, only the driving range is completely virtual. Like most tech products today, a golf simulator greatly varies in price and quality, depending on what the user wants out of it. Some at-home systems can cost several hundred dollars, while those inside a course clubhouse… Read More


Should You Have An Indoor Or Outdoor Wedding?

Published on December 23rd, 2021

"December is one of the most popular months of the year for family gatherings, which means it's also the most popular time to get engaged. It's also a great time for these newly engaged couples to start thinking about how, when, and where to host your ceremony and receptions as well. Before making a final decision on venues, there are a few key questions you should ask first. How Many Guests Do You Want At Your Wedding? Not only will you need to worry about seating at both the ceremony and reception, but also how many people you need to feed. This will also give you a great idea of how much space you'll need for both venues. Larger weddings… Read More


Cold Weather Must-Haves If You Plan To Golf On Thanksgiving

Published on November 25th, 2021

"With Halloween and the warm, summer-like days of Fall behind us, it’s finally time to start thinking about how you’ll be bundling up for your golf excursions during the off-season. With major holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas ahead of us, these can actually be the perfect days to venture onto the course. It’s an easy and enjoyable way to burn some calories before your big holiday meals, and a great excuse to get some fresh air. The key to golfing on or around Thanksgiving is to be prepared for the weather. To do this, you need to plan which cold weather golf gear you’ll be bringing in order to stay warm and dry. Here are a few items you should… Read More


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