It’s Always Golf Season At The Life Time Golf Club, And You Don’t Even Have To Be A Member!

By R.J. Smiley

In a recent conversation with Kevin Madden, Life Time Golf Club Manager, we discussed how best to spread the word about the facility and the various reasons people might choose to use Life Time Golf Club. Kevin told me, “The first thing we want people to know is that they DO NOT have to be a Life Time Member to use the facility. The public is welcome at any time, and there are no time restrictions. We just want people to have FUN! Golf is a fun game! Come to Life Time Golf Club and have fun!”

There are three types of golfers who enjoy the Life Time Golf Club facilities. I will explain, then give a few quotes from those who have used the Lifetime Golf Club.

For golfers who want to improve their game Life Time Golf Club is one of the best places to work on all facets of their game. Golf is a game learned through repetition. Hitting balls, chipping and putting, Life Time has it all.

Emily E., 2011 State High School Champion says, “Winter is one of the most important seasons for a golfer. This is the time when people can stay on top of their game, or they just lose everything they have practiced endlessly all summer. I could go hit balls in a cold dome, I could putt inside my house on carpet, or I could just watch the Golf Channel and hope to get better. I had heard about golf lessons at the St, Louis Park Life Time Fitness, but when I got there, it exceeded my expectations a million times. I walked inside and saw six simulators instead of one big net. I saw a putting green, comfortable couches, and some big TVs.”

“My coach taught me some incredibly helpful exercises to do throughout the week. After hitting on the driving range (which includes finding out each distance, speed, angle, and more), we use the video camera to analyze and fix my swing. I have already noticed a big difference.”

For golfers who just want to play a friendly round of golf, on exciting and historic golf courses from around the world, Life Time is the perfect venue. Get your foursome and come play a round at TPC Sawgrass and test your skills on the famous island hole. Or, be instantly transported to the Scottish Coast and play the famed “Old Course” at St. Andrews.

Bernie W., private club member said, “With five state-of-the-art simulators, and no time restrictions Lifetime is a solid option for a winter time round. The adjacent snack bar has good healthy food and a golfer’s grill feel.”

If you are planning a special event or a birthday party, why not try something new – A Golf Party! Life Time can schedule and cater the party of your dreams. The simulators can accommodate “scramble” tournaments where every player, young or old, good or bad, can have an equal participation. The staff can arrange putting tournaments and various other events. The atmosphere is very pleasant and the party would be unique.

Suzanne F., Life Time Fitness Member stated, “When I first inquired about a golf birthday party, I had some reservations. But the party was a huge success and my friends are still talking about it. Next time we are going to have a scramble tournament and play the “Old Course.” We plan to all wear nickers and kilts.”

“Life Time Fitness is one of the largest and most respected fitness clubs in the world. So it is no wonder that Life Time also wants to be among the best when it comes to golf and golf fitness,” George Reynolds, a Minnesota PGA Hall of Famer added. “Life Time Golf Club is a multi-dimensional facility, extending different opportunities to customers. The facility fits everybody and everything they want. You can use the simulators to fix your swing and spot check. Friends can come out and use the simulators for entertainment. There is also instruction for all ages especially ladies, juniors, and new golfers who want to see if they even like the game or not.”

The next time you look through the window at the frozen tundra outside, think Life Time Golf Club where it’s always golf season.

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