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    The Gravity Drill Goal - to promote a swing using your core and not just hands and arms 

    The Gravity Drill is designed to assist the golfer with achieving the proper swing plane throughout their golf swing. Most amateur golfers use an excessive amount of hands at the start of the golf swing, and this has a tendency to put the swing off plane creating a multitude of problems. The Gravity Drill works to teach rotation and use of the large muscle groups in the golf swing.

      Schedule your 30 minute Flightscope fitting today!

      Schedule your fitting with Master Club fitter – Seve Severino at the Fox Hollow Training Center – ranked a US Top 50 Driving Range.  The cost for the fitting is $30 and will include the calculations of carry distances for all clubs in your bag.  In addition, we will give you a $15 Fox Hollow Range Card.  What a great value!


        Each player has the responsibility of keeping the course in a similar condition to how they found it. Proper golf etiquette dictates that you repair any damage to the putting surface made by the impact of the ball.  We even suggest that each player fix their ball mark plus one other.  This helps assure that the conditions for putting remain optimal and the leads to a better experience for all. Please remember:

          The dreaded chip shot out of heavy rough is a golfer’s nightmare. 

          It is naturally a pretty unpredictable shot because it is difficult to gauge the exact contact between the club face and the golf ball.  The goal should be to get the ball on the green and eliminate the big score.  Follow these three tips and you will master this shot.

          #1 Open that club face:

              Mike Messina began his golf career at the age of 14 as a cart attendant at what was then Longview Golf Course (now Fox Hollow). Mike was active in junior golf events, and played in high school for the Loyola Dons team. When Mike graduated from Loyola College in 1991, he resumed his love of golf when he accepted the position of PGA Apprentice Assistant Professional at Geneva Farm Golf Course. It was at Geneva Farm that his passion for teaching blossomed.

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