Scores and Leaderboard – Fresno Open at Dragonfly

Final round scheduled for 8:00 AM on Friday, April 12.

Walking spectators allowed



Michael Breed: Try My Secret Move To Flush It From Any Lie

Here’s a good tip we found from GolfDigest to help you with muddy lies. Source: GolfDigest By Michael Breed If winter for you meant no golf, I know you’re itching to get back out there. First, we need to do a little prep work. I’ve learned from all my years in New York that spring lies—those muddy ones with no cushion under the ball—are prime territory for fat shots. And when you hit a few of those, you can lose it fast. Let’s talk. Golfers who are afraid of hitting the ball fat tend to bend over too much, with their weight on their toes. They feel more in control if they’re closer to the ball. But your body will find its balance as you swing, so you’ll pull up and dump the club behind the ball (fat) or hit it thin. To stay in the shot, set your weight in the arches of your feet. Next: ball position. With an iron, play the ball in line with a spot on your body between the buttons on your shirt and your chest logo (short irons in line with the buttons, longer irons farther forward). I’ve got a 6-iron here (see below). Image: Click here Now I’m going to give you just one swing key to think about: Drive your left shoulder closer to your left hip as you start the downswing (far right). That’s probably a strange concept for you, so let’s break it down. I want you to shift toward the target and feel like your upper body is leaning that way, your spine tilting left—we call that side bend. That will shift the low point of your swing in front of the ball so you hit the ball, then the ground. You’ll love that crisp impact, and your confidence will soar because you won’t be worrying about the next iffy lie. That move—left shoulder toward left hip—also causes your upper body to turn open slightly. Perfect, because that brings your arms and the club back in front of your body, which is another key to avoiding fat shots. Golfers blame fat contact on a steep, choppy swing, but a shallow swing will often skim the ground before impact—and that’s fat, too. The common denominator is, the club hits the ground too soon. Driving your left shoulder forward will prevent that and add compression to your strikes. So get the ball in the right spot, set your weight in your arches, and focus on that left shoulder. You’ll have the pieces in place to hit it solid—and beat those muddy lies. Come on, spring! BUTTONS TO THE BALL Focus on two positions at address: (1) Weight in the arches of your feet, never on your toes; (2) Ball just ahead of your shirt buttons (for a middle iron). TURN INTO YOUR RIGHT SIDE Let your weight shift to the heel of your right foot, and be ready to drive forward. What you do next will determine how solidly you strike the ball. LEFT SHOULDER TO LEFT HIP This is the key move for solid contact: Drive your left shoulder toward your left hip to start down. When you feel like your spine is tilting left, you’ve got it. Michael Breed is Golf Digest’s Chief Digital Instructor.
Link to article: Click here

ALSC Golf Tournament

On October 26th, we hosted the Ag Lender’s Annual Golf Tournament! Proceeds from the tournament were used to benefit the California Farm Bureau Scholarship Fund, which aims to foster the next generation of agricultural business professionals.

We’d like to extend a thank you to the ALSC, the sponsors that helped make this event possible, & everyone who participated!

Farmer Mac
Gilmore Magness Janisse LLP
Premier Valley Bank
Pearson Realty

The Ag Lenders Society of California is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to serve as the premier provider of education and information for professionals engaged directly or indirectly in the business of agricultural lending.  The Society focuses its efforts on current issues affecting both agriculture and agricultural lending in the state of California, while providing a diversified network for agri-business professionals.

-ALSC Mission Statement


The Grand Prize winner!

1st Place Winners – Fidelity National Title

2nd Place Winners – Fresno Madera Farm Credit, Pearson Realty, and Rabobank

3rd Place Winners – Baker Peterson Franklin CPA

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



Our Junior Golfers train with the best!


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

For inquiries:

Call Jordan Keyser at (559) 676-9364
or click here to send an email!