Lashburn, Saskatchewan Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Lashburn, Saskatchewan and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 6 golf courses within 20 miles of Lashburn, including 6 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Lashburn area is the Lashburn Town & Country Golf Club.

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401 2nd Avenue E
Lashburn, SK S0M 1H0
(306) 285-3232
0 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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Highway 21
Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0
(306) 893-2831
13 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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4706-54th Street
Lloydminster, SK T9V 0W2
(306) 825-5494
18 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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Sandy Beach Lake
Lloydminster, SK S9V 1S6
(306) 825-2092
19 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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Range Road 13
Box 11453
Lloydminster, AB T9V 3B7
(780) 875-4653
20 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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Highway 40, NW of Manito Lake
Marsden, SK S0M 2C0
(306) 826-5245
21 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review
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Highway 26
Mervin, SK S0M 2Y0
(306) 845-3121
22 miles from the center of Lashburn. Write a Review

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Takeaway Practice The takeaway is probably the most important part of the swing so use this drill to make sure you have this first move of the swing down right
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Circular One-Plane Finish Since we are swinging around the body in the one plane swing the club should travel on an arc and not down the target line, thus the right arm gets extended and the left arm bends on the follow through.