Just the trick at Aldwickbury Park

PUBLISHED: 11:22 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:08 06 May 2010

In the swing - Geoff Swain

In the swing - Geoff Swain

WORLD Golf Trick-Shot Champion Geoff Swain headlines the fun Open Day at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club in Harpenden, on Sunday April 6. Families, new golfers and absolute beginners are all being welcomed and free golf lessons are on offer.

WORLD Golf Trick-Shot Champion Geoff Swain headlines the fun Open Day at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club in Harpenden, on Sunday April 6.

Families, new golfers and absolute beginners are all being welcomed and free golf lessons are on offer. Tristan Hall, general manager of Aldwickbury Park Golf Club, said: "Golf is now much more accessible than it used to be and the idea of the Open Day is to give everyone the chance to enjoy their first experience of golf as part of a fun, informal day."

As well as free lessons with the club's teaching professionals (limited places are available, so pre-booking is essential) a number of activities are available including free rounds on the par-3 Academy Course and a hole-in-one competition to win a free membership. Funds will also be raised for Grove House Hospice, St Albans. Telephone 01582 760112 for more information.

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