Chicago District Golfer - April 2020


IN THIS ISSUE OF CHICAGO DISTRICT GOLFER


  • State of the Game: Golf always has faced challenges, none more daunting than attracting millennials
  • Trading Old Traditions for a New Beginning: Investor group brings new energy at Flossmoor G.C.
  • The Long and Short of Distance: The Distance Insights project is an unprecedented undertaking aimed towards preserving golf's future
  • World Handicap System: What's in a number?
  • Teeing Off with Ozzie Guillen: After a baseball career than spanned four decades, the White Sox legend has turned to golf
  • Well Preserved: Golfers and environmentalists unite at The Preserve at Oak Meadows
  • Bring Your "A" Game: The Letter "A" means more than just "amateur" at Makray Memorial Golf Club
  • Get Set For the Season: Working on your setup and balance now will pay dividends later on the course
  • CDGA Foundation Focus: The Sunshine Through Golf Camp Program enriches the lives of individuals with special needs
  • Golf Gear: Spring in your Step
  • Final Word: Waiting is the Hardest Part, by Bob Harig
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This is the third of 10 issues of Chicago District Golfer that CDGA members will receive in 2020, including six print issues (February, April, June, July, August and November) and four digital issues (March, May, September and October).

Click here for an archive of past Chicago District Golfer issues