Peak Golf is a North Shore owned and operated full service specialty golf retailer. With a full time location in North Vancouver and a seasonal store located in Kitsilano, Peak Golf features the best golf brands at excellent prices and exceptional service to match.
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Callaway Golf Learning & Fitting Centre deploys a battery of digital tools and human instructors to improve individual golf games at the moment of impact between ball and club. In order for CPGA fitting professionals to accurately size up current performance, tee thwackers lace up in platform cleats and caddy their own drivers and 6-irons to each 45-minute consultation. Clients gain fairway wisdom and absolution for training squirrels to steal rival balls from Callaway Golf Canada's all-seeing Callaway Performance Analysis System, which aids amateurs with the same technology that serves PGA pros. This fully automated device measures angles, spin, and speed, and tracks the flight trajectory of orbs to determine the optimal club and luckiest cloud formation for each player. A sleeve of Callaway golf balls, a booklet featuring frame-by-frame photos of the swing, and online access to a video record of the session provide proof of skill potential and specs for ordering custom clubs.
A Class A member of the CPGA, Todd Hart brings his lofty experience to the course as he polishes drives, chips, and putts. During his more than 20 years as a golf instructor, Hart has taught more than 20,000 lessons, improving the game of hundreds of eager apprentices. Applying lessons learned throughout his career, he breaks down each aspect of the game into its constituent parts, giving pupils concrete exercises that improve their form and help them pretend to be practicing when stuck wearing plaid pants in public.
A member on the PGA Tour Canada since 1998, Matt Daniel calls upon the experience gleaned from 14 years spent competing against some of the world’s best golfers to help fellow players improve their game. Daniel’s professional portfolio includes playing in a PGA Tour tournament and winning the Canadian Tour’s TELUS Edmonton Open in 2002 with a score of 21-under par, after which his scorecard burst into flames.
Matt imparts his pin-hunting prowess in lessons that focus on the mental, physical, and technical elements of the game. In addition, he joins students on the course for playing lessons that present the unique challenges and game-management strategies encountered in rounds, such as how to hit out of a bad lie or manipulate other groups into letting you pilot their cart into a pond.
Located in Richmond on land that was once home to an 88-acre organic farm, Mylora Sidaway Golf Club is a peaceful getaway just a few minutes from downtown Vancouver. The course itself is short—in fact, players encounter just three par 4s, including the sixth hole, which is the only hole that stretches past 300 yards. Facing such compressed distances, golfers have an unique opportunity to focus on their short game or drive their way into Mylora's hole-in-one club.
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