Great Addition to Your Next Golf Event

    Target Golf participated in over 50 fundraising events at 15 different private and public golf courses in Nebraska during the 2017 golf season.
     The proceeds of nearly $20,000 were contributed to the numerous groups and organizations that chose to have Target Golf as part of their annual golf events.
    Target Golf would be a fun and profitable addition to your next golf event. Ask your PGA professional for details on how Target Golf can be part of your 2018 tournament. You can also contact:
Target Golf Association at 402-780-2118 or email: tga.tshaal@hotmail.com for references and details.

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Great Addition to Your Next Golf Event
Fundraiser

2017 Grand Prize Winner

2017 Grand Prize winner of the TV was Ryan Sanne.
The TV sponsors were Matt Reiling of Farm Bureau Financial Services and Slim Chickens.
Matt (right) presented Ryan a TV certificate at the Target Golf "Short Iron Challenge" held the week of October 9-15.
The TV was the top prize in the 2017 Target Golf prize drawing held on September 20th.
Target Golf players had the opportunity to win $1,000s of prizes provided by local sponsors while also contributing to one or more local groups or organizations.

2017 Grand Prize Winner
2017 Grand Prize Winner

2017 Short Iron Challenge

2017 Short Iron Challenge
2017 Short Iron Challenge

WIN $250
You pick the day and course to play.
The competition runs Tuesday October 10th - Sunday October 15.
Hidden Valley, Highlands or Wilderness Ridge

Yankee Hill Qualifying Round

80 Yards over the Lake at Yankee Hill. Top scores advanced to the finals at 120 yards.
Yankee Hill Qualifying Round

Yankee Hill Member Guest

Yankee Hill Member-Guest Final
Yankee Hill Member Guest

Nygaard Wins $1,000 playing Target Golf

Mark Nygaard, Stone Creek PGA Pro shot an 85 to win the 3 day Target Golf competition held at Stone Creek Golf Course in Omaha, NE. August 21-23. Mark hit 3 of 6 shots in the target from 75 and 125 yards and landed 5 of 6 from 100 yard. Mark hit 8 Blues, 2 Yellows and 1 Red. Also pictured is Greg Wiemers of Stone Creek. Greg was the gracious host of the annual event and was also a top competitor.
In the last decade there has been some incredible developments in golf club technology. Drivers are lighter and longer, irons are more forgiving, but what has happened to the short game.
It is no secret that the fastest way to lower your scores, regardless of your handicap is to improve your game from 100 yards in.
— Hank Haney