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Indian Wells Insider - March 2018

Indian Wells Golf Resort

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Train yOur GaMe GOlf Made siMple sCHOOls Will Have yOu praCTiCinG liKe THe prOs i f you want to play golf like a professional, then you need to prac- tice like one. That's the theory behind the Golf Made simple schools that are scheduled at Indian Wells Golf Resort through the middle of May. The three-day schools offer personalized attention for partici- pants, who receive instruction on everything from their golf swing and putting to ball-striking and bunker play. More importantly, stu- dents get to put their new-found knowledge to use as they play the Celebrity and Players layouts for on-course instruction and feed- back. "This is how the PGA and LPGA players do it with their coaches," said Golf Made Simple owner Marc Solomon. "One thing that is es- sential to improving your swing is the process of going from work- ing with your instructor at the practice area in the morning then having the instructor take you for on-course instruction in the after- noon." CliCK Here for the Golf Made Simple schedule and rates. sHip sTiCKs Helps avOid THe airpOrT Hassles Traveling with your golf clubs can be a hassle as most people will have to wait in baggage lines, pay extra fees, and lug their clubs through the airport. (What are you, a caddy?) But at Indian Wells Golf Resort your clubs can arrive safe and se- cure before your tee time without all the added airport aggravation. By going to the Indian Wells website, visitors can use ship sticks to have their clubs arrive at the resort in a hassle-free experience. Simply schedule a time, print a shipping label, drop off your bag or have it picked up, and then your clubs will be waiting for you at the resort when you arrive. CliCK Here for more information. I f you need one more reason to tee it up with a buddy this spring for a round of golf – or two or three – then your oppor- tunity to do so is on the tee. The 2018 desert Two-Ball Challenge will take place on April 20-22 at three Troon Golf- managed properties in the area, including the Players course at Indian Wells. The event provides participants with the opportunity to team up with a partner and to compete in a variety of different formats. Day one will feature a team scramble on the Gary Player Course at the Westin Mission Hills, followed by a Better Ball of Partners at Classic Club. The final round and awards ceremony will be held at Indian Wells on April 22. The entry fee is $598 per two-player team and includes golf, cart, and prizes for the top teams in gross and net divisions. > C L I C K H E R E T O E N T E R A T E A M I N T O T H E D E S E R T T W O ! B A L L C H A L L E N G E a TesT Of TeaMs Participants in the Desert Two-Ball Challenge get a taste of three top tracks The Two-Ball Challenge takes place April 20-22. NEWS & NOTES

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