Take Your Game to the Next Level at Eagle Pointe

Eagle Pointe Golf ClubConsistently finding the fairway off the tee and racking up a high percentage of greens in regulation on a regular basis will significantly improve your on-course experience, and it won’t hurt your reputation around the clubhouse either. Isn’t it about time you stopped playing mediocre golf?

Mount Belvieu’s Eagle Pointe Golf Club is home to a challenging par-71 championship level golf course and a premier Player Development Program, which combined with Eagle Pointe’s excellent practice facilities, is designed to help golfers gain the skills necessary to take aim at the picturesque Rick Forester-designed layout that has been given four stars and labeled as “A Great Place to Play Golf,” by the Houston Chronicle.

There are a number of different definitions of player development. For an already avid golfer with a single-digit handicap, enrolling in a program or attending clinics is likely to be an attempt to shave a stroke or two off your score. But unlimited range balls and low-cost course access are two incentives for beginners to spend more time at the golf course.

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Eagle Pointe’s Player Development Program is designed to take your game to the next level, whatever that level may be. Training with professionals, blasting balls at the range from sun up until sundown and transitioning from practice to play are all facets of the curriculum.

The devil is often in the details, but with Eagle Pointe’s pledge to provide access at a reasonable cost, reading the fine print won’t be so bad. For $34.95 per month, golfers who enroll in the PDP will receive unlimited range balls seven days a week, weekly instructional clinics (normally Saturday 10 a.m.), course access for $16 after 3 p.m. The program also comes with an option to register an additional family member for only $10. Eagle Pointe’s practice facility features an oversized driving range with a private teaching area, a practice fairway bunker, a wonderful short game area and a putting green close to the clubhouse.

For additional information on the Player Development Program at Eagle Pointe, or to read more about the club’s championship golf course visit www.eaglepointeonline.com or call (281) 385-6666.

 

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