Treetops Resort Continues Initiatives to Grow the Game of Golf in 2015




To help golfers prepare for the 81 holes of championship golf at Treetops and not feel intimidated, the resort will feature the PGA of America’s Get Golf Ready national campaign that promises a day on the course is a “perfect day” for all who play the game.

The Get Golf Ready program is designed to invite and welcome lapsed and non-golfers to play. Treetops, as a participating facility, will starting in mid-May offer a series of five clinic-style lessons for a men’s group and a ladies group. The lessons will cover much more than simply putting, chipping and full swing, but also how to become a GOLFER.

Upon completion of the lessons, the ladies will earn a spot in the popular ladies league (league fee valued at $50) at Treetops. The men will earn FREE midweek golf on the Tradition course for the rest of the season! Each golfer pays just $99 or just $49 if they are active or retired military.


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Additionally, Treetops will offer a great deal on a new set of clubs (10 percent over cost) for anyone signed up for the program. Chris Wach, a PGA Professional apprentice, will be the primary instructor. Check out the PGA of America video:

Among the other grow the game programs being featured at Treetops are:

PGA Junior League: This thrilling and engaging program uses a team approach to having fun and learning about the game. It’s like Little League, but for golfers. Last year 40 juniors participated, and 60 is the limit set for this year. The cost is $109, but as a BONUS, you can join PGA Jr. and GAJUGA for $125. (Both options include a midweek membership on the Tradition). Check out the PGA of America video and get fired up for your junior golfers:



Drive, Chip and Putt: Here’s a chance for junior golfers to appear on the Golf Channel while participating in the national finals at Augusta National Golf Club, the home of the Masters Tournament. In fact, the finals played out on television this past Sunday kicking off Masters Week. Although Treetops is not hosting a local qualifier, we are a huge proponent of this program and encourage you to search for a site by clicking this link

SNAG Golf: Treetops has purchased a SNAG set of unique equipment, including targets, specially designed clubs and balls to enhance junior golf programs as well as teach skill lessons in all seasons to younger players. Imagine using a non-intimidating sized club and a tennis ball to hit at fun targets like a person in a special suit. In the fall local schools will be asked to add it to their physical education curriculum and Treetops will assisting in teaching the teachers how to teach golf. See this video for the fun we are already having at Treetops with SNAG: .

Tee it Forward: Treetops will place new gold tee markers on the Fazio Premier and Jones Masterpiece golf courses allowing for another set of tees to be placed between the white and red markers. Three Treetops courses will now be equipped with five sets of tee options and one will be equipped with four. Treetops courses with five sets will have four sets of tees (Black, Blue, White and Gold) handicap rated for men and three (Red, Gold and White) rated for women. The extra set is designed to encourage golfers to potentially move up a set of tees and enjoy the game more. Treetops will never prohibit a golfer from playing the set of tees he/she wants of course, but golfers will be encouraged and presented with reasons why they might enjoy the tee it forward option.  Treetops also provides the option of combo tees on Masterpiece, Premier and Signature allowing you to find that perfect yardage to play from if you happen to be teetering on your decision of what tees to play from.  In the end, we want to give you the option to play from the tees that you'll enjoy the game most from.

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