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This Seasons Top Ranked Golf Clubs

Posted on: November 25th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Whether you’re a pro, a casual golfer, or a duffer, everyone likes using great golf clubs. If you’re in the market for a new set, look no further than the Wigwam Golf Pro Shop. We have professional club fitters who can help you find the perfect set for your play and your pocketbook. Though high-quality, […]

Phoenix Golf Vacation – The Wigwam Golf Resort

Posted on: October 30th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

If golf is your passion, it’s hard to beat Phoenix, Arizona as a vacation destination. As the fifth largest city in the United States, Phoenix offers a wide variety of activities, restaurants, and most importantly, stunning golf courses for golf enthusiasts. Phoenix golf, compared to other cities, is unparalleled.  The city boasts more than 200 golf courses, […]

Golf for Beginners: Basic Rules of Golf

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | 1 Comment

Basic Rules on the Golf Course Although it may seem simple, golf can be a confusing game to master. With lingo, equipment, techniques, and rules of many different sorts, learning the basics prior to playing can definitely make the game easier! Listed below are some basic rules of golf according to USGA 2012-2015 rules.   […]

Golf for Beginners: Golf Course Etiquette

Posted on: August 27th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

  Golf Tips for Beginners Golf Course Etiquette Tips- As a beginner on the golf course, it’s common to feel out of place. By adhering to these few simple golf course etiquette tips for beginners, you’ll fit in like a seasoned professional your very first round of golf. Making a Tee Time, Then Make the […]

Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley: Most Challenging Course

Posted on: March 20th, 2014 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

  The Gold Course at the Wigwam Golf Resort We are proud to announce that The Gold Course at the Wigwam Golf Resort is the winner of the 2014 Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley “Most Challenging Course”. This course was designed by master golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1964. This course […]

Golf Tips: Stop the Slice

Posted on: June 17th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Getting off the tee with a good shot is a challenge that many beginners and occasional golfers face.  The tee shot is crucial because it sets the tone for the hole and puts you in position for a good or a bad round. Many golfers that struggle off the tee box do so because they […]

Hooking the Golf Ball? Try This Drill.

Posted on: April 3rd, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Today we’re here to talk to you about how to fix the hook, or the golf ball that starts too far to the right and curves too far to the left. When hooking a golf ball, the golf club to dropping too far behind you, swinging out to right field with a club face that […]

Tired of Blading Your Wedge Shots?

Posted on: March 29th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Wow.  Did you guys just see that?  We’ve hit two great shots…good drive, good second shot, and we’re right here just short of the green with a little wedge in our hands…and we just skulled the ball across the green.  Now we’re just hoping to make double bogey and praying there’s not a pond on […]

Topping the Golf Ball and Don’t Know Why?

Posted on: March 27th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Hi. I’m Shane LeBaron with the Plane Truth Performance Center at the Wigwam Golf Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. We’re here today to help you stop the shallow top. If you’re shallow topping, from the top of your backswing, your spine angle is shifting back and to the right, getting the golf club stuck too far […]

To Hit Longer Drives…Listen for the “Whoosh”

Posted on: March 20th, 2013 by Cameron Kaplan | No Comments

Hi. I’m Shane LeBaron with the Plane Truth Performance Center at the Wigwam Golf Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. We’re here today to talk to you about how to gain more distance, get more club head speed, and hit the ball longer. To gain distance, we need to understand there are two points of energy in […]