Lessons & Leagues
Tuesday, 26 Jul 2016

Lessons and Leagues

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Ladies beginning group golf lessons will be held at Shoaff Park Golf Course this spring. Attend the first lesson absolutely FREE with no obligation to continue. If you are hooked after the initial lesson, you may sign up for the remaining three weekly lessons. Ten FREE PLAY dates have been scheduled at Shoaff Golf Course and at the Mad Anthony III’s short course in McMillen Park for lesson participants during the course of the lesson program, allowing you to experience the game and practice your new skills at no charge. You will also receive a free pass for a round of golf at any of our family-friendly park courses upon completion of the lesson program. (Note: See our Ladies Day promotion at left for more golf savings.) Please call the golf course at 427-6745 prior to the first lesson to sign up. Instructor Rick Hemsoth is a PGA professional and the Manager of Golf Operations for the Parks and Recreation Department.

 

Dates Day Time
4/20 (FREE LESSON) W 5-6 pm
4/27, 5/4, 5/11 W 5-6 pm
# Sessions/Fee: 4/$45
Location: Shoaff Golf Course, 6401 St. Joe

 

FREE play dates at Mad Anthony III’s
Sat, April 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 12 pm

 

FREE play dates at Shoaff Park Golf Course
Thur, April 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, after 6 pm

The Senior Men's Golf Association is open to retired men at least 55 years of age by July 1. Benefits of membership include reduced golf fees, gift certificates, special events, scrambles and the opportunity to play the city's finest public golf courses. For more information, please contact Harold Lowder at 483-5109.

Shoaff Park Golf Course welcomes women of all abilities to join our Tuesday morning 18-hole or Thursday morning 9-hole golf leagues. The leagues run from May through August. Tee off begins as early as 7:30 a.m. For more information, please call the clubhouse at 427-6745.

Foster Golf Course

3900 Old Mill Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46807
260-427-6735

PGA Professional
Rick Hemsoth

Assistant Professional

Scott Shafer

Superintendant

Bryan Keister