MJ GOLF Performance

Month: March 2017

Over the past week I’ve had a small group from Tokyo, Japan play and practise at Sanctuary Cove and Country Club. Thankfully the wet weather eased as the week went on and the group had many positive comments about the world class practice facilities plus wildlife photo opportunities on a daily basis.

The group found both courses a challenge with the majority of them finding the Palms course the toughest with water/wind/undulating greens all making scoring tough.

We incorporated lessons, competitive rounds and practice into each day which the group enjoyed before they headed over to Sanctuary Cove village for lunch or dinner plus some shopping, something that would not be possible in Tokyo.

All of the group commented that Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club was a perfect destination for a golfing vacation with facilities and hospitality catering for all levels of golfers.

Thanks to Koji Horino and Jet Travel Tokyo plus Angela Jenkins from Escape Travel for their excellent efforts to make the week run smooth, and to the Sanctuary Cove staff on the ground who looked after the group, many of them commented on how polite and helpful you were during the week!  Thank you! The group traveled as part of MJ Golf Performance School. If you have a small group that would like to visit Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club and enjoy a golf vacation please contact me via email michael@mjgolf.com.au or mobile 0413 48 2968


Last week one of my newest students Norika Tsukamoto joined the Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club. This picture shows Norika and I at a lesson on The Pines practice green just before she signed up. As an Access Member Norika can now train at one of the countries best practice facilities on The Pines and hone her golf skills with lessons and gym work all in the same location. Norika is following in her sister’s footsteps after she joined the club last year.

As a top schoolgirls player in Japan, Norika has some serious talent and is planning to use her time in Australia to improve her golf game so that she can compete on the Japan Tour. At just 18 years of age she is looking forward to playing competitive rounds with our local schoolgirl champion Isabelle Taylor and with other club members. As a coach it’s great to see players like Norika choose to train on the Gold Coast and join the club. I’m always very proud to introduce students to  Sanctuary Cove Golf Club and it’s great to see our membership base expanding with talented players such as Norika. If you’d like to experience The Pines practice facilities and the latest golf technology from Flightscope and Boditrak, call me anytime to book a lesson on 0413 482968.

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