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Aug 18 - 20 Fri - Sun 3 Day Scoring Game School $2,750 Enroll







Grand Traverse Resort & Spa is “Michigan’s Premier Resort Experience” and one of the Midwest’s finest full-service, year-round destination and conference resorts.

The 900-acre Grand Traverse is situated in the northwest corner of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula along the shores of Lake Michigan’s East Grand Traverse Bay. Just six miles northeast of Traverse City, Michigan, it is a ten-minute drive from Traverse City’s Cherry Capital Airport (TVC).

The Resort’s nearly 600 rooms, suites and condominiums, 86,500 square-feet of versatile, dedicated meeting space, distinctive dining venues, shopping complex, full-service spa, and championship golf, attract individuals, families, plus corporate, association and other groups for four full seasons of non-stop activity.

GOLF
Northern Michigan is America’s Summer Golf Capital® and Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is a Northwoods haven for golfers. The Resort has three distinguished 18-hole championship courses:

The Bear
This Jack Nicklaus signature course is a distinguished par-72 design. It officially opened on June 17, 1985. It was the first Jack Nicklaus signature course in Michigan and was home to the Michigan Open from 1985 through 2008.

The Wolverine
This Gary Player par-72 signature course officially opened on June 8, 1999. It is designed to accommodate players of all levels. It is Player’s first signature course in the state and hosted preliminary rounds of the Michigan Open.

Spruce Run
The Resort’s original course redesigned by William Newcomb in 1979. Many changes have been made to Spruce Run through the years. Today it is an 18-hole, par-70, championship course winding along the gently rolling hills overlooking East Grand Traverse Bay. The Michigan Open was played on Spruce Run – then known as The Resort course – from 1981 through 1984.

THE RESORT EXPERIENCE
The Resort takes pride in using the freshest local culinary ingredients available. From contemporary American favorites such as pasta, steaks, and pizza to poolside sandwiches, a variety of culinary delights are offered at three restaurants and several smaller food and beverage outlets.

The two-floor, 7,000-square foot Spa Grand Traverse is a full-service resort spa featuring 23 treatment rooms, a relaxation area and hair styling salon. Other amenities include:
  • 900 acres of Northern Michigan landscape
  • Gallery of Shops
  • Private Beach Club on Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay
  • Four indoor/outdoor pools and several indoor/outdoor hot tubs
  • Indoor Water Playground
  • 100,000 square-foot Health Club with five indoor tennis courts
  • Nearby Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel

♦ 3-Day Scoring Game Schools
  ◊ The premier golf instruction
     program offered by Pelz Golf.
  ◊ 3 full days of putting, chipping,
     pitching, wedge and sand play
     instruction.
  ◊ Designed to help golfers improve
     skills that affect their scores.
  ◊ Video analysis of your progress
  ◊ 4-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio
 
♦ 2-Day Short Game Schools
  ◊ 2 days focused on the wedge
     (no putting instruction).
  ◊ Learn the mechanics of solid,
     short game shots plus essential
     skills from 100 yards and in.
  ◊ Video analysis and practice with
     feedback.
  ◊ 4-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio.
 
♦ 1-Day Scoring Game Clinic
  ◊ 6 hours on the basics of the short
     game and putting.
  ◊ You'll leave understanding the
     key shots you need to begin in
     your path to better scoring.
  ◊ Taught by the same Pelz
     instructors who teach the 3-Day
     and 2-Day golf schools.
  ◊ 6-to-1 Student-to-teacher ratio