Entwistle, Alberta Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Entwistle, Alberta and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 7 golf courses within 20 miles of Entwistle, including 7 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Entwistle area is the Pembina Valley Golf Club opened in 1955. Pineridge Golf Resort is rated the best course near Entwistle.

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Township Road 532
Entwistle, AB T0E 0S0
(780) 727-4575
0 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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53432 Range Road 75
Evansburg, AB T0E 0T0
(780) 727-2797
1 mile from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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Highway 16 West
Seba Beach, AB T0E 2B0
(780) 797-4653
12 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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Lakeview Dr/Golf Course Rd
Silver Sands, AB T0E 0V0
(877) 972-2683
15 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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Highway 22
Mayerthorpe, AB T0E 1N0
(780) 786-4737
25 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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Highway 22
Drayton Valley, AB T0E 0M0
(780) 542-4335
27 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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Western Edge of Big Valley
Big Valley, AB T0J 0G0
(403)741-4110
29 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review
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5427 TWP Rd 494
Lindale, AB T0C 1W0
(780) 542-6606
29 miles from the center of Entwistle. Write a Review

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Fading The Ball To fade the ball set your front foot open slightly and make your normal swing, this will allow the ball to fade and not slice
Elements of the Swing Every swing has an up and down component and an around component
Hook Fixes Keep the club further out in front of you in the backswing and downswing to allow your body to turn through during the swing