One of the greatest challenges facing the golf industry is providing fair, equitable, and enjoyable golf experience for players of all ages and abilities. Imagine the enjoyment of a junior learning the game on a much shorter course and being able to reach par-4 holes in two shots; or the thrill of a senior player making pars and birdies after being on the brink of giving up the game because the course was too long. At Ron Jaworski Golf, we continually look towards ‘moving forward’ and being a leader in the golf industry.
Recently, Ramblewood Country Club, one of six Ron Jaworski Golf Signature Courses, underwent a renovation to its tee boxes in order to achieve just that. In the interest of recapturing all golfers alike; core golfers, occasional players and even beginners, our team made significant improvements by adding several new forward tees, as well as resurfacing existing tee boxes.
The new tees will allow golfers with slower swing speeds have the opportunity to reach greens in regulation and can hit a variety of clubs on their approach shots. With proper placement, those golfing from the new forward tees can experience a round of golf that provides a fair challenge and plenty of fun too.
Ramblewood offers five sets of tees, designed to accommodate everyone from novices to highly skilled players. Tyler Vincent, PGA Director of Golf recommends the following tees based on player’s average driving distance:
Blue: 280 yards or more
White: 225 – 275 yards
Gold: 200 – 225 yards
Red: 200 yards or less