Golf Centre: Coaching
Green Acres Golf Club is proud to offer a wide range of coaching options. With Andrew Kloprogge, our PGA teaching professional on staff and all the latest teaching aids, we are confident that we have the expertise to improve your game.
- Individual Lessons
- Group Clinics
- Playing Tips
Green Acres has access to all the latest teaching equipment together with both internal and external teaching areas. Click below to view a virtual tour of the teaching areas.
Outdoor practice facilities. Click here to view a virtual tour.
Internal practice facilities. Click here to view a virtual tour.
Does your golf game need improvement?
Green Acres Golf Club offers a range of coaching alternatives designed to suit your requirements and budget. For a tailored program designed specifically for your individual requirements, we recommend a one-on-one lesson with our PGA-qualified Teaching Professional.
Teaching Professional Andrew Kloprogge uses the latest computerised teaching aids that will analyse your game and allow you to visually compare your swing to that of professionals.
We certainly don't expect you to be swinging the club like Tiger after the first lesson, however golfers often find it very useful to see their swing for themselves. Before long, we're confident that you'll be well on the way to playing more consistent golf and starting to shave strokes from your handicap.
Andrew Kloprogge's Tuition Fees
One hour $115
30 minute $65
9 Hole Playing Lesson $190
NB. With current works being conducted on the short game area bunker, chipping and pitching lessons must be booked through the Golf Centre. Limited on course short game lessons may be available.
Please telephone the Golf Centre on 9859 2338 to make an appointment or click here to book online.
Introduction to Golf clinics
the 2nd of August the Golf Centre will be conducting Introduction to Golf
clinics on Friday afternoons on a weekly basis. The clinic is for children aged
between 8 and 14 years and is primarily designed for children with little or no
exposure to golf. Spaces are limited and we encourage members with children or
grandchildren to take this opportunity to introduce golf to your young one.
Please contact the Golf Centre for more details and for all bookings. Stay
tuned for more advanced junior clinics starting in September.
Please click here for the Introduction to Golf clinic information flyer.
Keeping your equipment in good working condition will no doubt help you to play better golf. The old saying of 'a tradesman never blames his tools' is still appropriate, unless however the tools are becoming difficult to hold on too! So we feel it is useful to discuss some of the things you can do to help keep your clubs in good working order, particularly the grips.
To keep your grips in their best working condition it is advisable to keep them free of dirt and sweat. The best way to keep them clean is to rinse them off first and then apply powdered AJAX or soap and scrub with a scrubbing brush. This is when you can see how dirty the grips really get as they often hide the majority of built up dirt. After scrubbing, rinse off all the soap and towel dry. The grips will come up looking brand new and feeling tacky again.
For those with grips that are cracked, splitting or shiny then they may be beyond recovery so please come and see us so we can replace them for you. Grips start at a low $10 per club fully fitted.