The International is the Toughest Golf Course in Mass. You’re Going to Need Some Help

Aug 08, 2018

By Zachary Stanley, Vice President of Public Affairs at MassBio

The International Golf Club is ranked as the hardest course in Massachusetts. If you’re playing in MassBio's 24th Golf Classic on September 14th, we’re here to help you play a little bit better. Remember, the tournament is full of opportunity to win – from lowest score to hole-in-one, longest drive, and closest to the pin. A little extra practice is going to pay off. 

Where better to start then learning a few things from the world #1 Dustin Johnson?

This year’s U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is now a back to back winner and one of the best players on tour this year. Here, his coach Claude Harmon III teaches you how to gain swing speed and hit it farther: 

The most recent major champion, Francisco Molinari, won The Open on one of the toughest courses they play on. A lot of his success in The Open can be attributed to hitting almost every fairway and green. Here, his swing coach Denis Pugh teaches you how to hit it straighter.

If you haven’t signed up to play in our golf tournament yet, what are you waiting for? All proceeds support MassBioEd’s mission of building a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region – something we all need to support to ensure Massachusetts remains the best place in the world for life sciences for decades to come.

 – Zachary Stanley

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