Indoor Practice & Play
play a round of golf or practice on the range
MCG provides a high class, private and modern environment for you to practice your golf game year round. We use Foresight GC QUAD Simulators which provide extremely accurate readings of ball flight and club data. You'll know exactly how far you hit the golf ball as well as the direction and curve of your shots.
Our simulators have championship golf courses for you to play that will test all aspects of your game. One person can play 18 holes in 45 minutes.
We are also BYOB, so feel free to bring drinks or order food while you play.
Private PGA Lessons
Lesson Only Packages
3 Hour PGA Lessons: $399 (10% OFF)
5 Hour PGA Lessons: $630 (15% OFF)
10 Hour PGA Lessons: $1,199 (20% OFF)
Lesson + Simulator Packages
Intro Package: 1 Lesson + 1 Sim Session ($175)
Basic Package: 3 Lessons + 3 Sim Sessions ($499)
Standard Package: 5 Lessons + 5 Sim Sessions ($799)
Premium Package: 10 Lessons + 10 Sim Sessions ($1,499)
Events & Private Parties
Host your next event at MCG
We've created a perfect environment for your next party or event at MCG! With an 80 inch HDTV, Jukebox, Wet Bar, Dart Board, Arcade Games and Rooftop...we are confident you'll have a blast in our lower level party room which can accommodate up to 20 guests.
If you’re looking to have a larger gathering, then you can rent the entire facility which would include our upper level simulator and full putting green. This would allow up to 40 total guests.
Each simulator provides championship golf courses and games such as Closest To The Pin and Longest Drive. There are also options for group instruction.
Parties can be scheduled online for $150/hr per simulator or $300/hr for the entire facility. Select “Private Party” under service and which level you’d prefer.
Since we are BYOB/BYOF, many events that we’ve hosted in the past have catered food from local restaurants and brought their own drinks and party supplies.
Feel free to schedule online or contact us directly if you’d like a store tour.
Before you start learning how to swing the club, you first need to understand how the club should hit the golf ball. Here’s the basics:
Learning how to properly put your hands on the golf club is vital to your success in the game. Here’s a process to help ensure you have a great grip:
It’s almost impossible to hit a solid golf shot without having the proper posture before you swing the club. Posture controls the bottom of your golf swing! Here’s some basic steps to ensure proper posture and distance away from ball.
Before you hit the golf ball, make sure to first align the face with the target, then your feet and finally your shoulders. Keep your body alignments parallel to the target.
Golf Swing Fundamentals
The hands need to hinge the golf club vertically in order to get the club to brush the grass and create speed…
Feel yourself make a 90 degree shoulder turn while keeping a stable base with your legs. This will create coil between the upper and lower body…
The lower body is the foundation of the golf swing. Allow your shoulder to turn around a stable base without moving laterally away from the target, then shift weight…
When you first start hitting balls on the range, put foot powder or clubface tape on the club to see your impact point…
Learn the fundamentals of how to properly stand to the driver to ensure you make solid contact: 1) Ball More Forward In Stance…
Having a proper takeaway is important because it controls the shape of your swing and therefore contact and direction…
Place an alignment stick in the grip end of your club and follow these checkpoints to make sure your club is on plane….
Short Game Basics
Start with a narrow stance, weight on the lead foot, use minimal wrists in a pendulum like swinging motion.
Set three alignment sticks 4 feet apart on the putting green, which creates zones to land your chip shots. Practice going from Zone 1 to Zone 3.
t's important to return your wedge to the same loft you've created at address. Then learn how far your golf ball goes using three…
Learn the basics on how to hit a high and soft shot using your sand wedge. 1) Open Face 2) Vertical Shaft 3) More Wrist Hinge
Here are some basics of how to hold and stand with a putter in your hands. 1) Hold putter in the palms of hands rather than fingers…
Place two alignment sticks on both sides of the hole and a ball mark or piece of tape in the center. The goal of this drill is to get your putts started on line.
Take 5 golf balls ,place them 1-2 feet apart from each other, and line them away from the hole. Start by putting the closest ball into the hole, then work your way back to longer putts.
Pull the flag out and place it 2 feet behind the hole, then take two wedges and place on the side of the flag, creating a box…
Before you hit a putt, it’s important to make a walk around the hole to help decide which way the putt breaks and if it’s uphill or downhill…
On Course Tips
Typically there are yardage marks on the golf course that tell you the yardage to the center of the green: red (100 yards), white (150 yards)….
To hit a shot under the trees, take a 5 iron, grip down, place the ball slightly back in your stance, make an abbreviated swing and finish low…
When hitting an approach shot to a green, avoid aiming at the flagstick if it’s located on the edge near bunker or a hazard. A better strategy…
To escape the sand, it's important to first practice your low point in the bunker. Draw a line in the sand, open the clubface…