Welcome to Cooper’s Golf Park Driving Range and Practice Facility In Euless, Texas
We will be celebrating having been in business for 22 years and will continue making several improvements this year as we have in the past.
Hi Golfers, here’s the latest from Cooper’s Golf Park.
- New Hours May. 1st. 7 am - 10 pm Daily.
- Callaway Golf Equipment...try the latest Callaway Golf Clubs and be professionally fitted by one of our Staff Members. Fee for fitting is $50 and can be reimbursed with a purchase of $300 or more of Callaway products.
- New items Include: New Callaway clubs Apex and Apex Pro Forged Irons. Epic Flash Drivers and Fairway Woods, Stroke Lab Putters
- Mark your calendar: Free video analysis Sundays 10 am to 2 pm July - August (Call for appointment)
- How are your present golf clubs working for you? Do they fit you properly regarding? Loft and lie angles, shaft flex and length, grip size, alignment and condition, and are you getting the benefit of the latest technology?
- We Accept Trade-in’s.
Please utilize our new bag stands at each end of our patio, Thank you!
- Click on the Range tab for Hours and rates. Hit all the balls you want, buy an Annual Membership
- Join our Golf Club for $21 from now to the end of 2019 for your Ghin Handicap and in addition to establishing and maintaining your Ghin Handicap, this year you will receive an additional 10% discount on most golf equipment and club repair purchases from Cooper’s Golf Park.
Newsletter Cooper’s Golf Park 7-16-19
By PGA Golf Professional – Bob Marlow
“Wow” Try this in your golf Swing and Putting Stroke!!!
Golf Swing …How to use the ground for leverage:
1. Start with both feet flared open 15 degrees and your weight favoring the balls of your feet, your posterior sticking out and back from the target line and your lower back arched. (Great Posture and Balance)
2. Extend your arms out to the ball and trigger the swing with a slight forward press of your hands toward the target in the distance.
3. As you swing the club away with your arms and body, press the weight on your right foot even more, towards the toe of your shoe (this will make the right hip move laterally some as it rotates to the right). Important that the right thigh remains angled towards the target in the distance, even though it does move laterally some to the right.
4. Also, your right elbow needs to begin bending some in the backswing (pulling away from the left arm), this helps you to get the club and your arms in the proper swing plane at the top of the backswing, (high and deep).
5. Coming Forward: The left knee should move forward toward the target in the distance, weight going toward the ball of the left foot. (This should make the hips open and the left thigh angle away from the target in the distance).
6. Next the left leg should straighten which makes the left heel come off the ground as the left foot rotates to the left producing great leverage from the ground with your left leg as your hips rotate left.
7. Very important: In the finish your upper body should be leaning to the left of vertical by approximately 20 degrees, right shoulder higher than the left, (old school to lean to the right in the finish). Right shoulder ends up facing the target in the distance.
Putting: Develop 4 variations in your type of stroke to adapt to different lengths and conditions of putting green surfaces.
Modern putting is produced by standing taller with the knees almost locked back, which straightens the arms more so you can move the putter with your shoulders and arms verses arms and wrists, but the wrists still do hinge and unhinge, but only from the momentum produced from the shoulders moving the arms and the putter.
10 feet or less…straight back and through, over 10 feet putt in an arc with the putter face opening and closing for more speed.
For Questions or comments, Call Bob Marlow at 214-882-3298 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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