PLYMOUTH — After six months of renovations, Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center will open a new, one of a kind, 10,000 square foot performance center, along with a new short game area to allow golfers to take their game to the next level.
“This is a great opportunity for golfers of all skill levels to visit one facility and be able to work on all areas of their game,” says Sandy Mily, owner of Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center.
The new golf performance center offers six new bays for teaching equipped with state of the art technology where video, launch monitor, 3-D motion analysis, and a cutting edge foot pressure mat are fully integrated to give golfers the most accurate look at their golf swing and improve their game.
The new center to operate year round while meeting the needs of a golfers long game, short game, mental game, club fitting, and putting. The building has a putting studio, reception area, and multi-purpose room for educational purposes. A massage room that incorporates the sports fitness component of healthy golfers and rehabilitation of injured players.
In addition to the added space, a short game area with three green complexes, bunkers, and teaching areas have been added and will open June 1. “The short game, from 100 yards in, equates for just under 70 percent of golf shots,” says director of instruction Jordan Young. “This is why it is imperative for a golfer to work this area of his or her game to see quick improvement.”
The short-game area was designed by Mike Nuzzo of Nuzzo Course Design and is his first entry into the state of Michigan. Short game memberships are now available for the season.