News & Updates
February 4, 2021

The Links at Mass Golf is here to help you stay golf ready this winter!

GOLFZON Simulators

Even in the coldest months, you can still practice your game! GOLFZON was named Golf Digest Editor’s Choice for Best Golf Simulator 2017 - 2020.
OPEN 30 minutes after the pro shop opens until 7:00 PM. Final daily booking must be by 5:00 PM. 
BOOK YOUR SIMULATOR TIME

Adjusted Pro Shop Hours

Weekdays (Mon-Fri): 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Weekends (Sat-Sun): 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Drew's Quick Tips For Better Golf

While we are in the middle of winter here in New England, you can get started early in preparation for next season. If you are not traveling south for the winter, the following should be helpful when the temperatures are below your nine-hole scores.

1. Get In Golf Shape

Anything you can do to increase your flexibility, strength, and endurance will pay dividends next spring. Go for a walk, lift some light weights, enjoy shoveling snow, and if you need a list of stretching or strength exercises, check out Mass Golf on YouTube. Consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.

2. Read Harvey Penick’s “Little Red Book” (available on Amazon) 

Every golfer should have a copy. Mr. Penick’s wisdom and his ability to take the complex and simplify it makes this instructional book a must-have. Take your time reading it, and do not dismiss what seems to be obvious. Practice what he preaches especially his classic slow-motion drill throughout the winter.

3. Locate Books by Authors, P.G. Wodehouse and Bobby Jones 

For pure entertainment, laughter, and a love of the game, P.G. Wodehouse penned such golf classics as “Golf Omnibus”, “The Heart of a Goof”, “Divots” and “Wodehouse on Golf”. When the snow falls, sit back and relax as Wodehouse takes you on a humorous journey around the club with his favorite character “The Oldest Member". Although his stories reflect an era long since passed, his characters and stories are easily identifiable with today’s modern club life.
The legendary Bobby Jones, winner of golf’s grand slam in 1930, wrote many books on golf. His style of writing might be even better than his golf game. In addition to graduating from Georgia Tech with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, he also earned a degree in Literature from Harvard and passed the Bar Exam after his first year at Emory Law School. In my opinion, he is the only champion of the game that relates to the average golfer on his or her own level. His instruction is easily understandable and a joy to read.

4. Visit the GOLFZON Simulators at The Links at Mass Golf

In addition to taking a golf lesson, the best way to keep your swing in shape or to play Pebble Beach, The Old Course at St. Andrews, Bethpage Black, or 190 other courses is to come by The Links at Mass Golf. Our simulators are open seven days a week. Call the pro shop at 508-222-0555 or visit linksatmassgolf.org to reserve your simulator time.

Sign Up For 2021 Memberships

-Unlimited 18-hole and 9-hole play
-Discounted pricing for indoor golf simulators on property
-Access to Junior Golf activities and discounted First Tee classes
Gift Cards are also available.
Click Here To Learn More
As the home of First Tee Massachusetts, The Links at Mass Golf provides many instructional programs for junior golfers throughout the year. Character, education, and long-term life skills are at the heart of our programs, which are delivered by coaches and staff who have been trained in positive youth development. Stay tuned for upcoming program schedules, and don’t forget, our indoor simulators are a great place to practice and give yourself a head start going into Spring classes!
508-222-0555
powered by emma
Subscribe to our email list.