Player Development Programming

Get Golf Ready

What is Get Golf Ready?

Get Golf Ready is designed to teach everything you’ll need to play golf in just a few lessons. PGA Professionals will show you that there are lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends and fitness.

Each session will focus on the various golf skills you will use while playing. In addition to learning the basics, you will be guided onto the golf course to put your skills into action in a casual, friendly setting.

  • The best ways to hold the club and get ready before you take a swing
  • Getting the ball close to the hole — chipping, pitching and other shots from short distances
  • Caring for the course
  • Getting comfortable with the full swing
  • Using your irons to get the ball in the air and onto the green
  • Learning the ‘lingo’, like fairway & rough, tee box & green, divot & bunker, and more
  • Swinging your driver and other ‘big’ clubs to hit the long shots
  • Starting your play from the correct tee markers — use TEE IT FORWARD to have more fun
  • Helpful shortcuts to save time while you play
  • Linking all that you’ve learned to play a few holes
  • Tips for playing in groups, on teams and other fun ways to play
  • Getting you more comfortable on the course and where to drive the cart
  • Review of the rules and keeping score
  • More opportunities for you to come back and play golf

Where do you fit in regarding your level of development?

Levels of Development Which GGR Session to attend Basic Descriptions
Newcomer Get Golf Ready 1.0 Brand new to the game; have not received any level of instruction.  Would like to learn and begin playing recreationally or even on a more regular basis.
Beginner Get Golf Ready 1.0 Have been introduced to the game, but in need of instruction.  May have taken instruction, but not making progress.  Perhaps have played at least 8 rounds of golf.  Mostly unaware of all the rules, but have a general idea how the game supposed to be played.  Need more help in getting the ball up into the air and having it go in a straight line.
Candidate Get Golf Ready 2.0 May have, or may have not, received formal instruction, but attempting to play on a more regular basis.  Still limited in all the rules and etiquette of the game as well as pace of play issues. Have played about 12 rounds, but plan to play more often. Still struggling to get the ball up into the air, but can advance it to a certain degree.  Score per 9 holes range between 56 and into the 60s.
Player Get Golf Ready 2.0 Knows the basic rules and proper etiquette, able to maintain a steady pace of play, becoming a bit more adept but lacking real consistency.  Have played over 24 rounds and generally score in the 50s for 9 holes.  Want to start playing more regularly but need to improve before committing to more rounds.
Core Get Golf Ready 3.0 Plays golf on a regular basis, able to maintain a steady pace of play, and generally able to get off the tee box close enough to hit a green in regulation.  Have played over 36 rounds (or average 24 rounds per year) and at times execute good shots, but still struggle with consistency.  Some shots (or clubs) are too difficult to hit.  Willing to play in team event and tournaments; average score ranges from mid 50s to mid 40s; possess the ability to improve.
Competitive Contact Pro Plays on a regular basis, good pace of play and thorough knowledge of etiquette and the rules of the game.  Plays about 30 to 40 rounds per year, able to shape shots and scramble effectively around the green.  Plays competitively in local games, leagues, and/or tournaments; may have an established handicap and scores range in the mid 40s to upper 30s for 9 holes.  Will practice in order to improve when necessary.
Highly Competitive Contact Pro Able to hit drives over 240 yards, hit better than 50% of the greens in regulation, proficient putter, can manage scores in the 30s on a regular basis, tend to play Championship tees, thorough understanding of the rules, excellent pace of play skills, practices regularly.  Seeks to play in tournaments and competitive games on a regular basis.

Schedule for the Fall in 2018

Get Golf Ready 1.0 Clinic Location Senior (50 & above) Dates & Time Senior (50 & above)Dates & Time 14 yrs & older Dates & Time 14 yrs & older Dates & Time
1.1 Putting Webb 9/4 3pm-4:30pm 10/9 9am-10:15am 9/7 5-6:15pm 10/19 5-6:15pm
1.2 Chip & Short Game City Park 9/6 9am-10:15am 10/11 9am-10:15am 9/10 5-6:15pm 10/20 9-10:45am
1.3 Full Swing with irons Webb 9/11 9am-10:15am 10/16 9am-10:15am 9/14 5:15-6:30pm 10/22 5:15-6:30pm
1.4 Full Swing with Driver Santa Maria 9/13 10am-11:15am 10/18 10am-11:15am 9/15 10-11:15am 10/26 5-6:15pm
1.5 On course play City Park 9/18 9am – 11:30am 10/23 9am – 11:30am 9/17 5-7:30pm 10/27 9am – 11:30am
Get Golf Ready 2.0 Clinic Location Senior (50 & above)

Dates & Time

14 yrs & older

Dates & Time

2.1 Putting & Chipping City Park 9/25 9-10:30am 9/21 5-6:30pm
2.2 Wedge & Full shot with irons Webb 9/27 9-10:30am 9/22 10-11:30am
2.3 Full swing with Driver Santa Maria 10/2  9-10:30am 9/24 5-6:30pm
2.4 On course play City Park 10/4 9am – 11:30am 9/28 5-7:30pm
Get Golf Ready 3.0 Clinic Location For all age groups 14 and older
3.1 Short Game & On Course City Park 10/1  5:30-7:00pm
3.2 Full Swing Santa Maria 10/5 5:30 – 6:45pm
3.3 Putting & On Course Webb 10/8 5:00-7:15pm


By Clinic Series:
Golfers may sign up for a full series of clinics. For example, all five 1.0 clinics in September. Registering online for the full series provides a $10 discount.

By Individual Clinics:
Golfers may sign up for individual clinics without attending a full clinic series. To do this you must pre-register by email to Payment for individual clinics is made at the golf course on the day of the clinic.

Sessions are expected to fill up quickly, therefore, please register on-line or via email.  Attendees can register on-line at HERE


Get Golf Ready Session On-line Registration Get Golf Ready Individual Clinics Price per individual clinic Get Golf Ready Individual Clinics Price per individual clinic Get Golf Ready Individual Clinics Price per individual clinic
1.0 Seniors $70 1.1 Sr $15
Public $20
2.1 Sr $20
Public $25
3.1 $25
2.0 Seniors $70 1.2 Sr $15
Public $20
2.2 Sr $20
Public $25
3.2 $25
1.0 for Adults 14 & older $95 1.3 Sr $20
Public $25
2.3 Sr $20
Public $25
3.3 $25
2.0 for Adults 14 & older $95 1.4 Sr $20
Public $25
2.4 Sr $20
Public $30
3.0 for Adults 14 & Older $65 1.5 Sr $20
5Public $25

Instructor: Jack Terry, Class A PGA Professional.

  • PGA Member for over 22 years
  • Has taught over 700 clinics
  • Has conducted over 24 junior golf camps
  • Played College Golf for University of New Orleans’ National Championship team
  • Won various Amateur events
  • Played Professionally for two years
  • Has been with BREC 19 years

Family Golf

BREC is installing Family Golf Tees at several of our courses; these tees are blue and gold disc set at a given distance for juniors and family members to tee off from.  Each Golf Course will have a scorecard and the means to locate the tee markers.  These tees are a permanent feature at the courses and designed to provide the family that visit our facilities a setting that permits them to mainstream into regular play.

Why is this different? Though golf is an individual sport, the concept of Family Golf offers the opportunity for family members to participate in an enjoyable outdoor experience together within a format that is set up to provide a measure of success.

For more information on Family Golf, email Jack Terry at