Alwickbury offering free golf lessons in May

PUBLISHED: 12:00 30 April 2015

Aldwickbury Park is re-introducing its free golf lessons.

Aldwickbury Park is re-introducing its free golf lessons.


Aldwickbury Park Golf Club is offering free golf lessons in conjunction with National Golf Month this May.

The club welcomes any individual, of any age, who wishes to be introduced, or reintroduced to the game the chance to have an hour lesson with PGA teaching professional Robin Turley.

Offering a great way to begin a journey into the game, the one-on-one lesson will take place in a ‘friendly’, ‘relaxed’ environment and will be tailored to the individual needs. There is no obligation to continue with lessons following the introductory session.

“It’s exciting to be able to offer free lessons throughout May for our community. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than introducing someone to the game, seeing their enjoyment first hand and hopefully helping to start a long and happy relationship with golf,” said Turley.

All free lessons in conjunction with National Golf Month will take place at the Golf School at Aldwickbury Park, which has the Golfmark accreditation, meaning it is a recognised beginner and junior friendly facility. All PGA Professionals on site are fully CRB checked.

Interested parties can head to the club’s website to register, and will subsequently be contacted to arrange a time and date.

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