Entries by Meadowview Golf Course

How to Properly Repair a Divot Mark

Repairing ball marks is a huge help to the golf course, and the grounds team.  We spend as much time on repairing previous days ball marks as much as possible, but it is never enough time. The rule of thumb should be to repair your ball mark and three others that you find on the […]

3 Pieces of Golf Etiquette

Fairway divots Divots should always be repaired, either by placing sand in the divot or replacing the grass. Some courses also place containers of divot repair mix on carts and at tees, which can be poured into the divot. Walking Golfers should avoid distracting fellow golfers. Golfers should not run during play, but instead walk […]

2022 Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods says it will be a “game-time decision” whether he plays in the 86th Masters, which is scheduled to begin Thursday. Woods, 46, hasn’t played a round in a regular PGA Tour event in more than 500 days. He has been recovering from serious injuries to his right […]

Is it time to regrip your clubs?

Is your game lacking some key shots?  Perhaps the simplest solution is to have your clubs re-gripped.  Our knowledgeable staff can help with the decision making and proper grip choice for your game. GOLF CLUB REGRIPPING Meadowview offers a range of quality grips.  Ozone, heat, dirt, and oils from your hands all age your grips […]

Who will win the Players?

The Players Championship begins Thursday at TPC Sawgrass, with a wet and windy forecast ahead. The GolfChannel.com writers weigh in with their predictions. Pick to win and winning score: Rex Hoggard: Rory McIlroy. Based on his last 36 holes, a horrid run of 8 over to finish a miserable week at Bay Hill, the Northern Irishman […]

5 Stretches You Should Know About

Here are 5 stretches you should be doing to warm up before your game! 1. Twisting Stretch- Start with your legs wider than your hips. Rest your right hand on your lower back palm facing away from you. Inhale. With an exhale, bend the right knee and reach your left hand outside your right foot. […]