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Happy Father’s Day Weekend from Us!

THE PERFECT GIFT FOR FATHER’S DAY!

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ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Rounds are issued in the form of four individual 18-hole golf certificates

Certificates may be mailed or picked up in the Dragonfly Golf Shop

Certificates do not expire

Certificates may only be redeemed after 10:30 AM on any day of the week

Certificates may be redeemed individually or all at one time

$18 per person fee applies to those who wish to ride in a cart while playing

9-hole redemptions and rain checks will not be available for incomplete rounds

Offer is available in our online store only and is limited to the first 200 sold

Tiger Woods shoots 72, birdies final two holes to keep chances of making U.S. Open cut alive

A promising start to Tiger Woods’s second round of the U.S. Open didn’t last, but his finish might have been enough to keep him around for the weekend.

Woods birdied his first hole of the day and suffered some bogeys and a double in between before finishing birdie-birdie to keep his chances of making the cut alive.

He signed for a two-over 72 and sits at 10 over for the tournament. The cut is likely to be at nine or 10 over, meaning Woods will have to wait and see how the afternoon wave fares to see if he’ll advance to the weekend.

Dustin Johnson, who played in Woods’s group, shot 67 and is the clubhouse leader at four under.

After his birdie at the first hole — a good wedge led to a kick-in putt on the par-4 10th — Woods made two bogeys and one birdie to close his opening nine and turn in even-par 36.

But a missed green in regulation on the par-4 1st, the same hole Woods triple-bogeyed Thursday, led to a double bogey. He added two more bogeys on the 2nd and 6th before making birdie putts on 8 and 9.

Players battled rain in the morning but the weather has cleared for the afternoon groupings, which might make for a softer, more scorable course.

Source: golf.com

Father’s Day at Dragonfly!

THE PERFECT GIFT FOR FATHER’S DAY!

Available only in our online store at dragonflygolfclub.com.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Rounds are issued in the form of four individual 18-hole golf certificates

Certificates may be mailed or picked up in the Dragonfly Golf Shop

Certificates do not expire

Certificates may only be redeemed after 10:30 AM on any day of the week

Certificates may be redeemed individually or all at one time

$18 per person fee applies to those who wish to ride in a cart while playing

9-hole redemptions and rain checks will not be available for incomplete rounds

Offer is available in our online store only and is limited to the first 200 sold

Five golfers among Forbes’ highest-paid athletes

Tiger Woods led a group of five golfers included among Forbes Magazine’s annual list of the top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.

The ranking combines both “salary/winnings” and endorsement money, with boxer Floyd Mayweather taking the top spot with a combined $285 million. Woods came in at No. 16, sandwiched between boxer Canelo Alvarez and NFL quarterback Drew Brees, with $43.3 million, of which $42 million came from endorsements.

Three other golfers landed in the mid-20s, with Phil Mickelson ($41.3 million) listed at No. 22, Jordan Spieth right behind him at No. 23 ($41.2 million), and Rory McIlroy at No. 27 ($37.7 million). Spieth had the most on-course earnings of the trio with $11.2 million, but his $30 million in endorsements trailed both Mickelson ($37 million) and McIlroy ($34 million)

Justin Thomas was the only other golfer to crack the top 100, listed at No. 66 with a haul of $26 million.

At age 47, Mickelson was the oldest athlete to make the list, followed by 42-year-old Woods and 41-year-old Mayweather.

Outside of Mayweather, the top American-based athlete to make the list was LeBron James at No. 6 with $85.5 million. Stephen Curry ($76.9 million) and quarterbacks Matt Ryan ($67.3 million) and Matthew Stafford ($59.5 million) occupied the final three spots in the top 10.

 

Source: golfchannel.com

Summer Daze Golf Pass

Commences – June 10, 2018

Concludes – August 17, 2018

· Gold Pass – valid weekdays and weekends – $800

· Silver Pass – valid weekdays only – $450 

· Junior Pass (under 18 & cart not included) valid weekdays & weekends – $325

· All passes are individual and non-transferable

· Limited to the first 30 sold

· No discounts are available for Summer passes purchased after June 10

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FYLP Tournament Recap

McIlroy pleased with opening 67 at BMW PGA

While a short miss on the final green denied him a share of the clubhouse lead, Rory McIlroy had plenty of reason to smile after opening the BMW PGA Championship with a 5-under 67.

McIlroy won the European Tour’s flagship event in memorable fashion in 2014, erasing a seven-shot deficit on the final day. But the West Course at Wentworth has otherwise been a house of horrors for the Ulsterman, as he missed the cut in his three other appearances since 2012 and has played the course in a combined 10 over in his eight career appearances.

This marks his first return to the event since 2015, and he’s now one shot off the early pace after a round that at times offered glimpses of his commanding form from recent years.

 

Full-field scores from the BMW PGA Championship

 

“I think I did everything pretty well,” McIlroy said. “I drove the ball much better, put the ball in play off the tee a lot more than I’ve done the last couple weeks, so that’s been really good. I thought I gave myself a lot of chances, and I took most of them.”

McIlroy started slowly, and a bogey on No. 9 after a poor approach from the middle of the fairway meant he made the turn in just 1 under. But he got that dropped shot back on the next hole, then added birdies on Nos. 14 and 16 to climb up the leaderboard. He appeared poised to add at least one more tally, but was unable to birdie either of the two closing par-5s at Wentworth including a miss from inside 4 feet on No. 18.

“A little frustrated that I couldn’t get a birdie or two out of the last couple holes, but overall a really good start,” he said.

Making his first start since a missed cut at The Players Championship, McIlroy sits two shots behind Lucas Bjerregaard with hopes for “more of the same” from his game over the weekend on a course that has often had his number.

“If I can hit the ball like I did today over the next three days,” McIlroy said, “I think I’ll be right there.”

 

Source: golfchannel.com

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