Dave Pelz Scoring Game School


The Dave Pelz Scoring Game School and its renowned one-day golf clinics will be coming to Hartefeld National Golf Club in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (June 7 – 10). Each of the clinics are available to the public as well as Hartefeld National members.

Hartefeld National is a private, Tom Fazio-designed course situated in picturesque Chester County outside Philadelphia. The course opened in 1995 and has hosted Senior PGA Tournaments as well as a limited-field PGA Tour event hosted by Jim Furyk.

“We are extremely excited to be back in the Philadelphia area and bring our Scoring Game School to a course of the caliber of Hartefeld National,” said Pelz. “The club has a national reputation and a membership that has a passion for golf. I am happy the club is affording other players from the area the opportunity to come there for a day and enjoy their outstanding facility.”

Pelz is recognized as the premier short game guru in the world. Each of the one-day clinics are operated by Pelz’s hand-picked golf instructors. More than just a mere golf lesson, Dave Pelz Scoring Game Clinics teach pitching, chipping, putting and bunker-play skills in a fun, six-hour format. There is emphasis on the mental side of scoring as well as mechanical fundamentals.

A three-hour wedge session focuses on all the important shots played around the greens. After lunch, a three-hour putting session teaches players how to sink more putts by improving the putter path, face angle, set up and sweet-spot impact.

There is a six to one student-to-teacher ratio for all classes with a maximum class size of 18. For more information about the Dave Pelz Scoring Game School, visit the website at pelzgolf.com or call 800-833-7370.

Leonard Finkel

Leonard Finkel is the author of The Secrets to the Game of Golf & Life and former editor in chief of Golf Journeys Magazine. His work has been featured in almost 200 publications including Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Golf Illustrated, Golf Tips and Player Magazine. He has written more than a dozen cover stories for Golf Today Magazine. He has written extensively about golf and travel and added poker to his writing repertoire and also works as a marketing and public relations consultant. Prior to his career in golf, Finkel owned a chain of retail stores and a consulting and import company based in Asia. He attended the University of Utah.

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