Welcome to the new Dryrainge blog!
With so much happening here at our headquarters in beautiful Saskatoon, Saskatchewan we decided that you need to be better informed on all things relating to golf’s undercover range specialist. We’ll use this space to tell you more about the quality and performance attributes of Dryrainge for your golf course or teaching facility; who some of our latest customers are, and even what they’re saying about Dryrainge along with how they’re using it to their advantage.
And there really are plenty of advantages. In case you are just becoming acquainted with the award-winning Dryrainge for the first time our 3-man Members Edition and 2-man Teacher Edition products are affordable, portable all-weather driving range covers that offer club/teaching professionals and students complete protection from the elements.
Cancelled lessons because of rain or wind a burden? Are you backlogged trying to catch up with clinics, demo days or junior schools? What about harmful UV rays? Are you concerned with the many hours a teacher must spend in the sun? Dryrainge solves all of those problems. In multiple ways it becomes an immediate investment in health, wellness AND scheduling.
We’re going to tell you more in the weeks ahead.
Right now we’d like to give a shout out to Dryrainge’s most recent purchasers. Our global clientele continues to grow every month with new courses adding one of our units at their facility. Isleworth Golf Club and Concession Golf Club in Florida, Cordillera Ranch in Texas, North Adelaide Golf Club in Australia, Okanagan Golf Club and Predator Ridge in British Columbia, Canada are all on board. Welcome!!
Dryrainge is also pleased to announce it will now be on site with highly regarded swing instructor, Jim Mclean.
One of the world’s best know swing coaches Jim joins 2005 United States Open champion, Michael Campbell as high profile endorsers of Dryrainge. Next time you are going to find out why right here. We did an interview with Mclean recently and he’s going to tell you the story of why he is now a Dryrainge advocate.
That will get posted in the next instalment of our new Dryrainge blog. Until then, thanks for reading!!