Hours of Operation
Sunday - Tuesday
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday - Saturday
9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
(336) 605-0052
1317 Pleasant Ridge Rd
Greensboro, NC 27409

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About our Corporate Clinics:
We have found that clinics are a great form of instruction for all levels of players from the beginner to the most advanced. These clinics are also a great way to promote 'team building' within your company.

Our corporate clinics last for three hours and the format is the following: Introduction, skill level evaluation, equipment evaluation and a fitness evaluation that relates to golf. These evaluations will give our PGA Professionals the necessary information to be able to prescribe a personal plan for improvement that will afford all participants the opportunity to know what it is that will help them with their game. We will cover putting, chipping and pitching as well as bunker play and full swing. You can expect to spend 30-40 minutes at each practice station.

The participants can expect to get the best in instruction from our award winning PGA Professional staff. The use of digital and VHS video systems will be used to enhance the learning experience.

Our corporate clinics are typically booked from either 9:00 - 12:00 or 1:00 - 4:00. However, we can arrange other times to accomodate your needs. We can also do these clinics at your corporate golf outings. Also, we can provide services to set up, run and manage your corporate golf tournaments or outings.

Any food and beverage needs you may have can be accomodated by Rick Murphy Golf.

Interested parties should call (336)605-0052 and talk to one of our staff.


Thank you for the great outing you provided our sales team last Monday. Spending the afternoon with you has given us some basic fundamentals to revert to and hopefully move forward on improving our games. You made us all feel so comfortable. We look forward to being with you next spring.

Thanks again! -Gray McCaskill, President Senn Dunn