Congratulations to Our Improved Golfers!

Jeffrey Nelson II SmallSince my post a month ago, we have received a lot of calls and emails from golfers we have fit on how their game improved.   I am overwhelmed by the responses and excited for the hard work our golfers have put into their games.  After all, we would love to take all the credit for improved play, but we know that consistent equipment that matches our golfers swing is just a piece of the puzzle.  Practice, a lot of play and improved swing technique mean a lot as well.  We have heard from golfers that have dropped from shooting in the 100’s to the mid 80’s.  A gentleman got some new irons and dropped from a nine handicap to a six and won several tournaments in his men’s club.  One young lady picked up 20 yards (from 140 to 160) with her driver.  The young man in the photo at the left won his first tournament after we re-shafted his driver.  One junior golfer not only went to the 2016 Drive, Chip and Putt competition at Augusta, but helped his team win the Colorado Boys High School 4A golf championship as its medalist.  Another lady won two club championships at courses she plays.  Another golfer qualified for the World Long Drive Championships, one of only 80, in his first year competing.  His longest drive in competition was 449 yards!

But make no mistake, golf is a journey, not a destination.  And, as my business partner P.J. Garber explains, we are all Student’s of the Game.  So it makes me proud when golfers like Victor write me a nice email:

“I have to update you on what has probably been my best year of golf at the ripe old age of 53.  I started the year with a 0.3 handicap index.  July rolled around and I started consistently going low.  I won the Senior Club Championship at Foothills GC with a two day 65-70, 9 under total.  In August I tied the course record 62 in the Highlands Ranch GC Member/Guest tournament.  The end of August saw me winning the Club Championship at Foothills GC with a  69-72-70, 5 under total.  By the end of the season, my handicap index was +2.6 getting me the Most Improved Golfer in the Men’s Club.  My lofty goal for next season is to maintain that index which will be a difficult task.  Thanks to D’Lance Golf for building clubs that have helped me play some exceptional golf this year!  Not bad for an “old” man.”  Victor M.

So whatever your golf game improvement objectives are, we are there to help you on your journey.  Looking forward to helping take YOUR game forward and playing Better Golf…Faster!

Dan Sueltz