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J.R. Mats was the first to introduce a golf mat that could take a real tee at the 2006 PGA show and although that's what got the initial attention the "Real Feel" quickly became the reputation of This great golf mat.
Mike Bender - PGA Teacher Of the Year
Golf Digest Top 4 Golf Teachers
Almost like taking a divot - replicates what you get on the course.
Todd Kolb, PGA Professional
2008 Minnesota PGA Teacher of the Year
Very Realistic. It helps me with my teaching. The best part is that it's exactly the same reward and penalty for accurate ball/turf contact.
Brian Manzella
BrianManzella.com
We use Mats for 'Driver Drill' in our golf schools. They have a great feel. I've been incredibly pleased with the product and would recommend it to anybody.
David Lee
Gravity Golf
The Best Mat for indoors - they are Fantastic! I really like that if you do hit behind the ball - you know that you did.
Steve Dresser
Dresser Golf
Tremendous feedback - Our Members are using the range more and having more fun. The mats take a real tee and let you go down and get the golf ball.
Jeff Haluner
PGA
21 years in the range business - This golf mat has the best feel of any we've ever used.
Paul Zadorian
Sand Bagger Driving Range & Golf Shop
We use the Country Club Elite® Golf Mats I'd recommend them. We have been very happy with them and Jay's other products.
Tom Spargo, Spargo Golf, RI
I can't imagine a better golf mat. New Practice Tee, Mike Bender Golf Academy"I can't imagine a better golf mat."
New Practice Tee
Mike Bender's Golf Academy
We are happy to be using the Country Club Elite Golf Mats at our indoor facility. They are the closest thing to being outside on the fairway. These mats provide a very realistic playing surface and the 'give' helps reduce the shock at impact most driving range mats have.We are happy to be using the Country Club Elite® Golf Mats at our indoor facility. They are the closest thing to being outside on the fairway. These mats provide a very realistic playing surface and the 'give' helps reduce the shock at impact most driving range mats have.
Tim Norris
Head Coach K-State Men's Golf
Veronica practicing on Butch Harmon's Personal Golf Mat in Las VegasVeronica practicing on Butch Harmon's Personal Golf Mat in Las Vegas
Veronica won the 2012 Las Vegas City Junior Golf ChampionshipCongratulations! Veronica won the 2012 "Las Vegas City Junior Golf Championship" G13-14 Veronica shot nearly even par golf from the regular tees, recording 9 birdies in the two days, and winning by a record 15 shots.
Twenty-four CCE 5' x 5' Golf Mats butted together to create a tee line look. Installed on a crushed stone base, located at Huntington Valley CC, PATwenty-four CCE 5' x 5' Golf Mats butted together to create a tee line look. Installed on a crushed stone base, located at Huntington Valley CC, PA
Miami Beach Golf ClubMiami Beach Golf Club
Severna, MD & Jon Fox, TXSeverna, MD & Jon Fox, TX
90 Yds. to the Pin. CCE Mat set on 2 inches of crusher run rock base for drainage.90 Yds. to the Pin. CCE Mat set on 2 inches of crusher run rock base for drainage.
The feel on impact of the ball and club is unbelievable. If the contact is good, it feels like the fairways I play on and if contact is too heavy, you will feel the difference...The feel on impact of the ball and club is unbelievable. If the contact is good, it feels like the fairways I play on and if contact is too heavy, you will feel the difference...
It looks and feels awesome. You can not even tell that he hits off of it. I thought that you would be able to see scuff marks, but not at all. It feels like a plush fairway on a resort course... not hard on the feet at all...It looks and feels awesome. You can not even tell that he hits off of it. I thought that you would be able to see scuff marks, but not at all. It feels like a plush fairway on a resort course... not hard on the feet at all...
...because of the depth of the artificial turf, I can practice on my deck without any problem or feeling of hurting my left elbow when I hit down on the ball, thus encouraging effective ball striking....because of the depth of the artificial turf, I can practice on my deck without any problem or feeling of hurting my left elbow when I hit down on the ball, thus encouraging effective ball striking.
90 Yds. to the Pin. CCE Mat set on 290 Yds. to the Pin. CCE Mat set on 2" of crusher run rock base for drainage.
Deluxe Combo System at Hillwood Country Club, Louisville, KYDeluxe Combo System at Hillwood Country Club, Louisville, KY
Jay, I am more than pleased with my mat. I was very impressed with the quality. It is so dense, you can bury your fingers in it. It holds tees in different positions very well.Jay, I am more than pleased with my mat. I was very impressed with the quality. It is so dense, you can bury your fingers in it. It holds tees in different positions very well.
Thanks for the great golf mat Jay! It is as close as I've seen to acting like the real turf. I have added it to my golf teaching bag.Thanks for the great golf mat Jay! It is as close as I've seen to acting like the real turf. I have added it to my golf teaching bag.
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Thanks To My New Golf Mat I've Lowered My Score by 5 Strokes.Thanks To My New Golf Mat I've Lowered My Score by 5 Strokes.
The NO CONTEST Best Golf Mat. I use it. Wouldn't use anything else.The NO CONTEST Best Golf Mat. I use it. Wouldn't use anything else.
My personal barefoot beer drinking driving range.  I really enjoy the new mat. I am able to hit down & through the mat. It's the same feeling as hitting off a well maintained high end fairway. I am sure to get many years of enjoyment out of this backyard golf upgrade.  I started at 9AM and finished about 3PM.  I got everything for the install at Home Depot for about $200. I love it, Thanks for everything.My personal barefoot beer drinking driving range. I really enjoy the new mat. I am able to hit down & through the mat. It's the same feeling as hitting off a well maintained high end fairway. I am sure to get many years of enjoyment out of this backyard golf upgrade. I started at 9AM and finished about 3PM. I got everything for the install at Home Depot for about $200. I love it, Thanks for everything.
During the winter months here in Colorado I can now go 'hit the range' regardless of the weather outside.  It's very convenient to have the setup right here so I don't waste the time driving to a range and back again. Finally, what I find myself doing now is reading articles or swing tips online, then being able to head right into the garage and practice what I just read. It is as convenient as having a full range in the backyard! I like the feel to stand on and when swinging through the ball. It has the feel of a fairway, and if I hit it fat, I know it. I also love the fact that I can put a tee in the mat and hit my driver. I am very happy I found your site on the web and ordered the mat from you.During the winter months here in Colorado I can now go 'hit the range' regardless of the weather outside. It's very convenient to have the setup right here so I don't waste the time driving to a range and back again. Finally, what I find myself doing now is reading articles or swing tips online, then being able to head right into the garage and practice what I just read. It is as convenient as having a full range in the backyard! I like the feel to stand on and when swinging through the ball. It has the feel of a fairway, and if I hit it fat, I know it. I also love the fact that I can put a tee in the mat and hit my driver. I am very happy I found your site on the web and ordered the mat from you.

Archive for October, 2011

Golf Instruction – Chipping Trajectory! – GolfersMD.com

Posted in: Blog by Jay on October 31, 2011

Gale Peterson, LPGA and PGA member, has provided private and group instruction at Sea Island since 1978. Gale was selected in 1996, 1999, 2001 and 2003 by Golf Magazine as one of the “100 Greatest Teachers.” And in 2000 and 2003, Gale was selected by Golf for Women as a Top 50 Women’s Teacher. In this lesson Gale discusses chipping. Please go www.golfersmd.com and see more than 200 videos of the golf industries best instructors. Learn more about Golf Health and Fitness with over 3000 health concerns, worlds best golf instruction videos, and information on golf equipment, sports psychology, chipping, putting, sand shots and injury prevention and cure. GolfersMD will inspire you to stay focused on your health and play better golf. At GolfersMD, Health = Performance

The Golf Swing Turn Into Your Right Knee

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Get Mark’s iPhone App itunes.apple.com Like Mark Crossfield on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow Mark/4golfonline on twitter twitter.com The Golf Swing Turn Into Your Right Knee with Mark Crossfield. Learn how to turn into your right knee for more power, straighter and better struck golf shots. This is another iPhone App golf swing video lesson that talks about body turn on the backswing. Improve your turn today with Mark’s simple and easy to understand golf tips drills and instruction.

Golf Lessons – Rules and Etiquette

Posted in: Blog by Jay on October 30, 2011

Golf Lessons – Rules and Etiquette

Golf Swing Youtube – Golf Swing Drills

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www.my-golf-pro.com Learn How You can get the best golf swing. Learn why a one plane swing may work for you. Secrets behind golf driver swing and golf swing irons.

golf lesson ray floyd

Posted in: Blog by Jay on October 29, 2011

golf lesson at old palms

Batter Up: Golf Drill

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Golf pro Tom Ward has one of his women golfers demonstrate a timely baseball drill in honor of the Texas Rangers playing in the World Series.

Golf Instruction – Creating space with the pivot

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Brady Riggs shows how to properly turn during the backswing in this golf instruction tip. For more tips and free swing analysis software go to www.inpractis.com

Power Golf Stance | Golf Lesson | Mark Crossfield

Posted in: Blog by Jay on October 28, 2011

www.4golfonline.com Learn how to stand to the golf ball for real power with all your golf shots. Mark Crossfield talks about posture and how to make the most from your golf stance to promote real distance in your golf game.

(3 of 4) Uphill Bunker Lie – Trouble in the Sand Series by the IMG Leadbetter Golf Academy

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Golf Tips and Golf Drills – Trouble in the SandSeries Learn from IMG Leadbetter Golf Instructor, Grant Price, how to hit the golf ball properly when it is in the sand. This is the third video in a series of four golf tips and golf drills that will teach you the how to hit the golf ball when it is in the sand. The IMG Leadbetter Golf Academy, located in Bradenton, Florida is the premier golf training facility in the world with golf camps and a full-time residency program, the IMG Leadbetter Golf Academy can help you become THE TOTAL ATHLETE!

Pro Golf Lessons with Dean Hartman (Lesson 2: Ball Position)

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Here’s a ball position drill that guarantees that you will have the correct ball position on all of you shots including putting and chipping. Essentially there are 2 ball positions, one with irons and putter and the other with woods. For irons, simply place your feet together with the ball positioned opposite your right toe. Then flare your left foot out towards the target approximately 20 degrees and take a small step to the right with your right foot. If you are playing a short iron such as an 8 iron through your wedges, your step to the right should be approximately 2 inches less than should width. This will have the ball located just forward of the centre of your stance. For all other irons and hybrids, you can repeat the same flare and step process but step to shoulder width when you place your right foot. This will place the ball below your heart which is where the bottom of your swing arc should be. The reason for the shorter step with the short irons is that the ball will be located just behind your heart, which will have the clubhead arriving to the ball on a slightly descending angle of approach. Chip shots For chip shots, you can place the ball off of your back toe and then flare your right foot 20 degrees towards your target but no step to the right is necessary. This will have the ball positioned back in your stance and allow you to keep your weight on your left side. This insures a steeper angle of approach of the clubhead to the ball which is important for