Tips for Fall Golf

Fall Golf in Kelowna
It might be fall in the Okanagan, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot of great golf that can still be had at any of our Golf Kelowna Courses.

Tips to Play Golf in the Fall

  1. Pre-Book Tee Times – all courses offer online booking but in the fall both first and last tee times change regularly. Book online to guarantee your time.
  2. Dress in Layers – it is easier to take clothes off as the weather warms up then to add more layers. Make sure you have extra items in your bag like a windbreaker and an extra pair of socks.
  3. Use a Softer Golf Ball – in cold weather a softer ball will provide better feel… particularly if you catch a shot thin!
  4. Club Up – the ball doesn’t travel as far in cold weather so you are always better to take an extra club on your approach shots.
  5. Tee Shots Will Roll Further – with firm, crisp conditions your ball will role further, this is particularly important when you are laying up in front of a hazard.
  6. Walk If You Can – the exercise will help you you warm-up. Plus it’s good for you.
  7. Be Prepared – this is the best advice we can give you to prepare for Fall golf. A toque is never a bad idea.

 

There is still a lot of great golf to be played this fall so don’t let the temperatures get you down. Keep playing, winter will be here soon enough! If you are thinking about golf travel to Kelowna in 2021 reach out to one of our Golf Travel Specialists. Thanks to everyone for enjoying some great golf in Kelowna this season. See you next time on the first tee!

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