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Regular Price: $46.80
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Orders take roughly two weeks to process and must be picked up at Dragonfly.

Hank Haney views video, says Tiger Woods’ swing one ‘he could win with’

Tiger Woods does not give up much regarding progress he’s making in his rehabilitation from back surgery. He Tweets a pitch here, an iron shot there, and, yesterday, a single driver swing that he dubbed, “Making Progress.”

A full swing with a driver unequivocally represents progress, but can more be read into it? That’s what Golf Channel asked, via Twitter. It put out a call to “swing experts” asking how everything looks.

We’re not sure how many of those who replied are swing experts, but one of them most assuredly is, Woods’ former instructor Hank Haney, who weighed in with this: “That’s a swing he could win with, it’s not across the line and stuck inside coming down, a little stiff looking but it’s good enough.”

We’ll defer to Haney here on the swing itself; he worked with Woods for six years. But the issue is not whether one swing looks adequate, but whether Woods’ back can withstand increased repetitions that will likely include amping up the speed and explosiveness. In other words, will his back eventually allow him to put in the requisite hours at least to become competitive again?

Other replies to Golf Channel’s query, incidentally, ranged from, “looks like he has a great future as a recreational golfer” to “THE GOAT BACK AT IT.”

We’ll see. In the mean time, we’ll eagerly wait for another installment of Tiger: The Comeback.

UPDATE: Woods has been cleared “to resume full golf activity with no restrictions,” Bob Harig of ESPN reported. “He got a nice report and is allowed to proceed,” Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg told Harig. “He can do as much as he needs to do. Tiger is going to take this very, very slowly. This is good, but he plans to do it the right way.”


Ickey Woods Hosts 2nd Annual “Fairways For Airways” Celebrity Golf Tournament

Monday, October 16th 

11:00 Shotgun @ Dragonfly Golf Club

Come spend the day golfing with the Jovante Woods Foundation, Ickey Woods, and other celebrities. 

Proceeds benefiting Asthma Awareness in Central California

$140 per person includes

Golf, Contests, Cocktail Reception, Lunch, Awards & Auction

Registration starts at 9:00am

For more information please contact Jervis Cole


Cigar Fest

20th Annual Cigar Fest Golf Event – Thank you!

Thank you to the 20th annual Cigar Fest held at Dragonfly on Sep 27th!  The event featured 196 players in the tournament and over 500 for dinner!


FedEx Cup 2017: Standings, winners, rules and how golfers win $10 million

The final PGA Tour event of the 2016-17 season is here, and there is a lot of money on the line. Thirty players will play the Tour Championship this weekend at East Lake, and just under $34 million is at stake between the Tour Championship purse and FedEx Cup bonus money.

Jordan Spieth is the favorite to win this week (it would be his second in three years), but he’ll have loads of competition. One of the quirky nuances to the Tour Championship is that the FedEx Cup points players have been earning since last fall get reset this week.

The reason for this is to create a little bit of drama in case one or two players are way out in front. The PGA Tour wants everyone to have a mathematical chance of winning the FedEx Cup if they win the Tour Championship, thus the reset. Their points earned at the Tour Championship are then added to the reset points to determine a FedEx Cup winner.

Here’s how we stand right now.

2017 FedEx Cup Standings

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2017 Net Amateur Championship Qualifying – RESULTS at Dragonfly GC

Dragonfly was proud to host the 2017 Net Amateur Championship Qualifying.  Some awesome play here at the club last week.  Here are the results!

Player Club Name Total
Frederick, Monty Yosemite Lakes Park GC 69
Matthews, Ryan Diablo Grande GC 70
Watts, Chase Paso Robles Mens GC 70
Segrue, Darren Riverside of Fresno GC 71
Grossman, Stephen Rancho Del Rey GC 72
Cook, John Sherwood Forest GC 72
Failed to Qualify
Morgan, Brandon Diablo Grande GC 72
Villarreal, Juan Ridge Creek GC 72
Evans, Bruce Riverside of Fresno GC 72
Salinas, Lance Riverside of Fresno GC 73
McCarthy, Mike Valley Oaks GC 73
Dillon, Patrick Stevinson Ranch GC 74
Sofranek, Jim Merced GCC 75
Flores, Henry Riverside of Fresno GC 77
Russell, David Sherwood Forest GC 78
Kitchen, John Madera Muni GC 79
Underwood, Dave River Island CC 79
Ordway, Neil Yosemite Lakes Park GC 79
Ferraiz, Alfred Lemoore GC 79
Lawrence, Steve Pheasant Run GC 81
Badillo, Philip Christian GC of Central Califo 81
Ingraham, Bruce Merced Elks GC 82
Sanzberro, Joe Lemoore GC 83
Nolen, Eddie Pheasant Run GC 84



A huge congratulations to Arturo Delacruz for his hole-in-one today on hole 5, here they are pictured having a celebration beer at the Wings Grill after their round! Congrats Arturo!!!

Special Olympics

We would like to congratulate these individuals on participating in the Special Olympics! The Special Olympics mission is to provide athletic opportunities to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, instilling the confidence they need to succeed in life. We have been providing these guys with range balls and golf course access at 6PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays so they can tune up their games in preparation for upcoming regional and national golf competitions.  We wish them luck and much success!

New Merchandise!

We hope everyone is starting off the weekend great, we just wanted to let you know to check out the new shirts we have received next time you are in the Proshop! Stay looking sharp with our Adidas Golf Shirts that range in sizes from Medium to XL. Happy weekend everyone!

Congratulations Bryson DeChambeau!

Dragonfly Golf Club would like to congratulate Bryson DeChambeau for his recent victory at the PGA Tour John Deere Classic.  Bryson, and his coach Mike Schy, who runs the Golf Performance Institute here at Dragonfly, are pictured here using the Robo Pro located here at Dragonfly.  Bryson often works on his game at Dragonfly and uses a wide variety of the instructional devices and aids located here to fine tune his swing and short game.