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Junior Golf Camp

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Junior Golf Camp on the Basics of Golf

Thursday, June 16th – Saturday, June 19th

From 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Meet on the driving range by 9:45

$150 for members, $165 non-members

Includes nine hours of instruction with John Nelson, water and snacks

For reservations please contact John Nelson at 954-675-88256 or

July and August dates coming soon!


Summer Golf Clinics for Ladies and Junior

Ladies’ and Junior Golf Clinics!


Ladies’ Golf Clinic on Swing Basics

Wednesday, June 15th and June 29th

From 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Meet on the driving range by 2:45

$25 for members, $30 non-member

Junior Golf Clinics on Swing Basics

Saturday, June 18th

From 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Meet on the driving range by 2:45

$20 for members, $25 non-members

For reservations please contact John Nelson at 954-675-88256 or


Introducing Bianca Gibbs

2016 Summer Membership

Summer Membership

The Country Club of Coral Springs invites you to spend your summer at the newest private club in Broward County!!  Summer members will enjoy full access to our newly renovated 18 hole championship golf course, unlimited use of the practice facilities and invitations to all social events.

For more information, please contact Caroline Lentner at 954-684-6447 or
visit our website at


South Florida Golf

2016 Masters Odds: Day, McIlroy, Spieth the Early Favorites

The 2016 Masters kicks off April 7 with one of the best fields in golf. It will be loaded with some of the top players in the world as well as some of the greatest amateur players. But which of them are worth your money?

Jason Day currently leads the list of favorites. Day is listed at 13-2, just ahead of Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, who are both slated as a 15-2 favorites via, as of Monday afternoon.

Former Masters champion Adam Scott has drastically risen in the betting ranks to 11-1 winning twice on the Florida Swing. Two-time Masters champ and recent Northern Trust Open winner Bubba Watson sits at 10-1 along with Rickie Fowler at 16-1. Once a hot betting commodity, Tiger Woods has dropped to 100-1 as he continues to rehab from back surgery.

A complete list of Masters odds is below (updated March 28, 2016)

Jason Day: 13-2
Jordan Spieth: 15-2
Rory McIlroy: 15-2
Bubba Watson: 10-1
Adam Scott: 11-1
Rickie Fowler: 16-1
Phil Mickelson: 20-1
Dustin Johnson: 22-1
Justin Rose: 28-1
Louis Oosthuizen: 28-1
Charl Schwartzel: 28-1
Henrik Stenson: 30-1
Hideki Matsuyama: 35-1
Brandt Snedeker: 45-1
Patrick Reed: 50-1
Danny Willett: 55-1
Paul Casey: 55-1
Sergio Garcia: 55-1
Brooks Koepka: 60-1
Branden Grace: 65-1
Justin Thomas: 65-1
Zach Johnson: 66-1
Marc Leishman: 66-1
Matt Kuchar: 70-1
Jason Dufner: 75-1
Jimmy Walker: 80-1
Bill Haas: 100-1
Tiger Woods: 100-1
Shane Lowry: 100-1
J.B. Holmes: 100-1
Ian Poulter: 120-1
Billy Horschel: 120-1
Luke Donald: 125-1
Kevin Kisner: 125-1
Jonas Blixt: 125-1
Ryan Moore: 125-1
Victor Dubuisson: 125-1
Hunter Mahan: 130-1
Martin Kaymer: 150-1
Harris English: 150-1
Kevin Na: 150-1
Angel Cabrera: 150-1
Graham DeLaet: 150-1
Russell Henley: 150-1
Nick Watney: 150-1
Andy Sullivan: 150-1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat: 170-1
Steve Stricker: 175-1
Lee Westwood: 175-1
Keegan Bradley: 175-1
Matthew Fitzpatrick: 175-1
Ryan Palmer: 175-1
Bernd Wiesberger: 175-1
Ernie Els: 175-1
Graeme McDowell: 175-1
Emiliano Grillo: 175-1
Danny Lee: 175-1
Webb Simpson: 175-1
Jamie Donaldson: 175-1
Russell Knox: 200-1
Chris Kirk: 200-1
Charley Hoffman: 200-1
Gary Woodland: 200-1
Robert Streb: 200-1
Padraig Harrington: 200-1
Scott Piercy: 200-1
Brendon Todd: 200-1
Kevin Streelman: 200-1
Bryson Dechambeau: 225-1
Thongchai Jaidee: 225-1
Miguel Angel Jimenez: 225-1
Anirban Lahiri: 250-1
Fred Couples: 250-1
Vijay Singh: 400-1
Davis Love III: 500-1


Country Club of Coral Springs

Woods to miss Masters, ‘not physically ready’

Tiger Woods will be at Augusta National next week – but not with his golf clubs.

Woods officially ruled himself out of the Masters on Friday night, ending weeks of social-media gossip and rumors about whether he would make a surprise return at the year’s first major.

Though he won’t compete for a fifth green jacket, Woods said in a post on his website that he still plans to attend the Champions Dinner next Tuesday.

“I’ve been hitting balls and training daily,” he said in the statement, “but I’m not physically ready. I’ve said all along that this time I need to be cautious and do what’s best for my long-term health and career. Unfortunately, playing Augusta next week wouldn’t be the right decision.

“I’m absolutely making progress, and I’m really happy with how far I’ve come, but I still have no timetable to return to competitive golf.”

Speculating about Woods’ status for the Masters has become an annual tradition.

In 2014, he revealed less than two weeks before the tournament (also on April Fools’ Day) that he’d undergone back surgery, and last year, after taking a two-month break to sort out his short-game issues, Woods waited until six days before the opening round to announce his intention to play. He eventually tied for 17th.

His return this year never seemed likely.

The 40-year-old hasn’t played since the Wyndham Championship in August, which was a month before he underwent a second microdiscectomy and then another follow-up procedure to alleviate discomfort in his back. In his lone public appearance this year, at a news conference for one of his Tiger Woods Design projects in early March, Woods said that he was “progressing” but offered no definitive timetable for a return.

“After assessing the present condition of my back, and consulting with my medical team, I’ve decided it’s prudent to miss this year’s Masters,” he said.

But after missing the Masters for the second time in three years, and with little information trickling out about his recovery, it’s unclear when, or if, Woods will play this year.

Sourse: Golf Channel

Coral Springs Golf

Chamblee Says Tiger, not Jack, is greatest of all time

Well Brandon is never one to hold back.  Here he is telling it like it is according to him.  IM not sure but I think there are a few people pout there that dissagree….Read more…

Who is the best golfer of all time?

In an upcoming “Golf Central” special celebrating Tiger Woods’ 40th birthday, Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said that he would pick Woods over Jack Nicklaus.

“Longevity sanctifies an idea, a career, a relationship, a government,” Chamblee said. “In that regard, Jack Nicklaus’ career was so long – won major championships over 24 years, spanned three generations – but Tiger Woods dominated in a way that had never been done before, and will never be done again. So I think, at least in my estimation, that you’d have to give the edge to Tiger Woods as the greatest player of all time.”

Source: Golf Channel