Only a few Summer Weekday Golf Passes left!

2019 Weekday Summer Golf Pass


Play golf and practice this Summer for one rate!
Unlimited Golf, Cart Fees & Range Balls on weekdays only.

Valid now through August 16, 2019.


  • All passes are individual and non-transferable
  • No discounts are available for Summer passes purchased after June 10
  • If purchasing as a gift, please note the name of the recipient in the notes section at check-out
  • If purchasing multiple passes, please provide the names of all recipients in the notes section at check-out
  • Physical passes are not mailed nor provided but rather are held in the Golf Shop computer system
  • Photo must be provided or will be acquired on first visit in order to keep on file and confirm identity for each visit
  • Tee times may be made seven days in advance
  • No discounts provided when playing in tournaments and event fee must be paid in full

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Range Ball FLASH SALE for Father’s Day!

The Perfect Gift this Father’s Day! 

Range Ball Sale

Get Dad the perfect Father’s Day gift for the golfer who loves to practice!

10 large buckets of range balls for $99


  • Normal price $14 per bucket
  • ​Available while stock lasts or until June 17
  • Purchaser will receive 10 large bucket certificates that do not expire

Al Geller Tournament

Father’s Day is almost here!

VIP Rounds of Golf with a Dozen Golf Balls Bundles Available online-only NOW- June 16th We love to celebrate family at Dragonfly Golf Club. That’s why we’re offering Rounds of Golf with Golf Balls Bundles (available online-only) available through Father’s Day so you can give Dad the gift of golf! Option 1 – $125 | […]

Check out the CA State Amateur Qualifier Results from Dragonfly!

108th California Amateur Championship Qualifier at Dragonfly

On Tuesday, May 28th, we hosted the 108th California Amateur Championship Qualifiers for Northern California. We had some amazing golfers show up in the hopes to compete at this prestigious championship that will take place at Monterey Peninsula Country Club June 24-29.

Those who qualified at Dragonfly to move on to the championship include: Tyson Dinsmore; Michael Cliff; Garett Wagner; Christopher Ebster; David Zoller; Lane Pulliam; Tom Anderson. You can check out the full results using the button below.

Congrats to those who qualified & thank you to everyone who came out to play!

Here’s a little background info on the California Amateur Championship:

The California Amateur Championship is one of the nation’s oldest state amateur golf championships and dates back to 1912 when the California Golf Association was founded. The California Amateur Championship was originally held at Del Monte Golf Club, but shifted to Pebble Beach Golf Links when it was built in 1919. The championship remained at Pebble Beach through 2006, with the exception of 2000 when it was played at Bayonet and Blackhorse Golf Courses due to the U.S. Open being hosted at Pebble Beach that year. In 2006, the championship began a new tradition of rotating to courses around the state, alternating between Northern California and Southern California.

The tournament has seen many top names including Ken Venturi in 1951, Johnny Miller in 1968, Bobby Clampett in 1978 and 1980, Duffy Waldorf in 1984 and Mark O’Meara in 1979. Standout golfers who have tried to win the title and failed, include Craig Stadler, Corey Pavin, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. Woods reached the semifinals in 1994 before falling to Ed Cuff. The oldest champion remains Vern Callison, who won in 1967 at the age of 47. Mac Hunter is the youngest champion, having won in 1972 at the age of 16.


Got the Shanks? Here’s how to fix it.

How To Cure The Shanks

The fix for golf’s worst shot

Source: GolfDigest
By Keely Levins

We know, we know. You don’t even want to talk about the shanks for fear bringing the subject up will cause you to catch them. But like it or not, you might find yourself in a situation where you’re going to want to know a solution. Though awful, the plague of the shanks is curable.

First thing you have to do is take a break from the course. You need some alone time to sort this out on the range. Start by checking in on a few basics. Make sure you’re standing tall with your chest up during the swing, don’t hold the club too tightly, and make sure your weight isn’t sneaking up towards your toes. David Leadbetter told us that not tending to all of these little things could be the root of your struggles.

He also gave us a drill that will cure your shanking woes.

Set up like you’re going to hit it, and then put a tee in the ground just outside the toe of the club. While you’re swinging, think about keeping the grip end of the club near your body. “Miss the tee at impact, and you’ll hit the ball in the center of the face,” says Leadbetter.

Link to article: Click HERE


TaylorMade Demo Day on June 1st