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Happy Halloween from all of us at Dragonfly Golf Club!

We hope your day is frightfully fun!

Yardage Guides

NEW!

We’re selling yardage guides for $10 each!

Get to know the ins & outs of the course with our yardage guides. Makes a great gift or souvenir.

Purchase yours today in the Golf Shop!

 

Use RoboGolfPro to up your game!

RoboGolfPro Membership

$300 per month for unlimited use of the RoboGolfPro plus a 1-time $150 fee to build 2 swings: your normal swing and a drill swing.
*Pebble Beach pricing is $600 for 2 hours of use.

 What do Bryson DeChambeau & Vaughn Taylor have in common? They both use RoboGolfPro! RoboGolfPro is a swing trainer that lets you analyze your swing & quickly improve your your perfomance. Take advantage of golf’s best technology at the Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute with the RoboGolfPro & perfect your golf swing.

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For inquiries:

Call Jordan Keyser at (559) 676-9364
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Check out our Bridgestone golf ball specials!

Check out our Bridgestone golf ball specials!
Treat yourself or purchase as a gift for the special golfer in your life!

 

  • $50 for 2 dozen e6

    • White & yellow available

  • $70 for 2 dozen Tour B

    • Includes: Tour B X, Tour B XS, Tour B RX, & Tour B RXS

 

 

The Nick Watney Invitational: Final Results

A few weeks ago on Oct. 1-2, we hosted the Nick Watney Invitational,  where players from men’s collegiate golf teams from all over the state competed in a 2-day, 54-hole tournament.

We’d like to extend a big thank you to host team, Fresno State for organizing this awesome event, as well as a thank you to everyone who came out to compete!

Congratulations to the individual winner, Joey Vrzich from the University of Nevada, as well as the team winner, the University of Nevada Men’s Golf Team!

Check out the final results using the button below.

 Joey Vrzich with Chad Spenser, coach from host school Fresno State.

The University of Nevada Men’s Golf Team with Chad Spenser, coach from host school Fresno State.

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MyFlightScope Membership
Only $50 for 6, 30-minute uses!

Take advantage of golf’s best technology at the Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute. Learn more about your game & beat your buddies!

MyFlightScope analyzes your performance so you can use data-driven info to up your game.

*Uses must be scheduled in advance

For inquiries:

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Our Junior Golfers train with the best!

ATTENTION JUNIORS!

Come experience a FREE Introduction to the Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute Supervised Practice Program for ages 17 and below.

Every Saturday from 9-10 AM, come join us and see what it’s like to train among the best!

*Limit 4 Saturdays per junior

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You can skip the hassle of calling to book a tee time! Book your tee time online through our online booking engine. Never any booking fees!

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The Nick Watney Invitational is here!

We’re proud to host the Nick Watney Invitational here at Dragonfly Golf Club! Read the article below to learn more about golfers from the tournament’s host, Fresno State!

Men’s Golf Preview: Nick Watney Invitational

Source: Fresno State Athletics

Fresno State Men’s Golf  Tournament No. 2

Tournament: Nick Watney Invitational
Format: Stroke play/54 holes/5-count-4 (36/Monday)
Host: Fresno State
Dates: Oct, 1-2
Golf Course: Dragonfly Golf Club
Location: Madera, Calif. (10 minutes outside of Fresno, Calif.)
Live scoring: Golfstat.comFresno State Lineup:
Kevin Huff
Michael Cliff
Lane Pulliam
Alex Lee
Tyler GardnerIndividuals:
Cody Riecks
Tommy Stephenson
Seldon Doyle
Griffin CooperCompeting Schools (12):
Fresno State – Host
BYU
Cal Poly
CSUN
Gonzaga
Nevada
Pacific
Sacramento State
Seattle
UC Irvine
UC Riverside
UC Santa Barbara

Schedule of Events:
Monday, Oct. 1 – First & Second Rounds; Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. PT
Tuesday, Oct. 2 – Final round; Shotgun start at 8:00 a.m. PT

Dragonfly Golf Club:
As the tournament has moved around the Fresno, Calif., area over the years, 2018’s host, Dragonfly Golf Club (located 10 minutes outside of Fresno, Calif.), is known for having giant oak trees, generous-sized rolling hybrid Bermuda fairways, large undulating bentgrass greens, five water hazards and nearly 100 bunkers. https://dragonflygolfclub.com/

Past Performers: 
Some of the past competitors in the Nick Watney Invitational (called the Fresno State Classic and Fresno State Lexus Classic in years past) that went on to compete on the PGA Tour include Tom Watson, Craig Stadler, longtime Fresno State head coach Mike Watney, Johnny Miller, Ray Leach, Bobby Clampett, Scott Simpson, Wille Wood, Billy Andred, Arron Oberholser, Mike Springer, Phil Mickelson, Tim Norris and Fresno State standout Nick Watney to name a few.

2017 Team Champion: BYU (865)
2017 Medalist: Peter Kuest, BYU

Notes:

  • Fresno State will compete in its second tournament of the season; the Bulldogs opened 2018-19 at the Inverness Intercollegiate on Sept. 24 in Toledo, Ohio.
  • Alex LeeCody Riecks and Lane Pulliam all tied for 41st at the Inverness Intercollegiate, but Kevin Huffled the team tied for 17th place.
  • As a team, Fresno State finished 11th out of a 12-team field.
  • Two of the 12 teams that wil visit the Nick Watney Invitational are programs that rank in the Golfstat top 100 (last poll released released June 6, 2018). Those teams are returning champion BYU and Nevada.
  • BYU won the fourth annual Nick Watney Invitational on Oct. 2-3, 2017, edging out second place finisher San Francisco by two strokes. The Cougars bested a field of 16 with a 13-over-par 865 with Peter Kuest also finishing at the top of the leaderboard individually. Teammate Patrick Fishburn was not far behind Kuest, finishing tied for third. San Francisco carded a 15-over-par 867 to lock down second place with separation from the rest of the field.
  • Fresno State finished fifth in last year’s Nick Watney Invitational, led by Alex Lee and Justin Avery, who both finished tied for ninth place.
  • BYU, 2018 participant, owns the most tournament wins as a visiting contender at a Fresno State hosted men’s golf tournament – sporting 14 in its all-time history.
  • Fresno State has captured its home-hosted tournament crown six times (’73, ’84, ’90, ’94, ’01, ’02), with its last wins coming when Nick Watney led the team both seasons.
  • The tournament will be held for the 55th time this season after the inaugural Fresno State Classic was held in 1964 and the Nick Watney Invitational was held in the fall and spring of 2014.
  • Weather at the Nick Watney Invitational on Monday (High 90F, Low 61F) is forecasted to have 5 mph winds and an 11 percent chance of rain; Tuesday (High 78F, Low 60F) is slated to have 7 mph winds and a 60 percent chance of rain.

Current Individual History at the Nick Watney Invitational

Cody Riecks
2017 (R-Jr): T-23rd place, 76-73-72=221 (+8)
2015 (So.): T-10th place, 60-71-69=209 (-4)
2014 (Fr.): T-38th place, 70-78-77=225 (+9)

Alex Lee
2017 (Jr): T-9th place, 71-74-73=218 (+5)
2016 (So.): T-8th place, 69-71-72=212 (-1)
2015 (Fr.): T-44th place, 72-71-74=217 (+4)

Michael Cliff
2017 (Fr.): T-30th place, 73-75-75=223 (+10)

Kevin Huff
2017 (Fr.): T-58th place, 79-71-79=229 (+16)

Lane Pulliam
2017 (Fr.): T-70th, 74-74-74=222 (+9)

What’s Next for Fresno State:
Oct. 8-9: Alister MacKenzie Invitational
Fairfax, Calif. (Meadow Club)