Par-3 "pitch-and-putt" golf courses — and lessons from a PGA of America professional — help NJ golfers enjoy the game.
“Golf is just too easy.” These words have never, ever, been uttered by anyone who has played the game. But that does not mean you should avoid learning how to play. At NJGolfToday.com, we understand that you may face many obstacles that keep you from the game, but, there are many options for golfers of all ages and abilities to golf in New Jersey.
- Don’t have time? Play 9 holes or pitch-and-putt course. No matter what anyone says, you are still playing golf!
- Have budget constraints? Play 9 holes or a pitch-and-putt course. Guess what? You’re still playing golf!
- Don’t think you’re good enough? Don’t let anyone interfere with your love for the game. As you refine your skills, play where you want, from the tees that suit your game. Not ready for 18 holes? Just play 9 holes or play a Par-3 or pitch-and-putt course. Guess what? You’re still playing golf! (And, not for nothin’, most avid players aren’t exactly setting course records out there every Saturday!)
Don’t let the excuses keep you from getting started in golf — or returning to the game. Par-3 courses, also known as “pitch-and-putt” courses, or “Executive Courses,” are short, fun courses that focus on easing new players into the game. It takes a fraction of the time to navigate a par-3 course that it does to play 18 holes on a full-length layout. So without but you need to know that opportunities do exist to play this great game in an atmosphere where it meets your time demands, budget constraints and playing level.
WORK WITH A PROFESSIONAL Hitting a golf ball, using any one of more than a dozen clubs types, from driver to putter, is playing golf — and every shot is a challenge for players of all levels. Playing a golf course, whether its 1,000-yard pitch-and-putt course or a monster 7,000-yard public or private golf course, is still playing golf. There is no substitute for playing golf, in whatever form, to improve your skills and learn to handle yourself on the course. But if you really want to improve, it is essential that you take lessons from a PGA Professional. The PGA of America offers affordable programs at facilities all over New Jersey. These lessons will help build your confidence and give you the motivation to go to a driving range to work on your swing. But, we know you want to actually play the game. So, CLICK HERE for a link to affordable and time convenient 9-hole, Par-3 and Executive golf courses throughout New Jersey that are perfect for golfers of all playing levels. So go play … and have fun!