Looking for that ideal gift?
For those of you that like to leave things to the last minute or need to drop the kids some hints, we have a range of Father's Day ideas for you. Give the gift of golf with our lesson offers. You can get a 60 minute lesson split between the golf studio and the range, working on dad's swing and then his short game for just £60!
Alternately why not buy six 30 minute lessons for the dad that really needs our help for just £150. Or why not treat dad to a round of golf on one of our 14 golf courses available on the simulator, with up to four of you being able to play at one time, it could be the great gift to split between brothers or sisters. Prices are as follows:
- One hour - £30
- Two hours - £55
- Three hours - £75
Note - It should take between three and four hours for four players to play an 18 hole round on the simulator.
If none of those ideas are taking your fancy, then don't forget we have a fully stocked pro shop here at the club, so why not go for a voucher to be used in store. These can all be personalised and printed off in the shop, or emailed to you if that's easier.
If you would like more details regarding any of our offers please click here to get in touch.
This week's men's competition was the Stredwick Cup with a smaller field than normal, perhaps due to the bogey/par format! However take nothing away from one of our Past Captain's Roy Chegwin, who came in with an impressive +6 to win the competition on countback from John Rice. Roy has been bringing his grandson up for lessons on Saturday mornings with Dave and I think whatever he's been teaching Archie has clearly worked on Roy.
Don't forget we have another instalment of the Summer League this Friday. There are already record numbers signed up for the event (eight teams) but more are welcome. This week's menu will have a Greek theme to it, so bring your own plates and we'll surely have a 'smashing' night at the club!
Senior Guest Day
Finally, can your round get any better than starting with a hole in one on our first hole? Well Henry Hewlett certainly got his round off to the best of starts in the Senior Guest Day on Friday. His shot on the first hole set off down the left hand side of the hole, got onto the green and made its way round the green and ended up in an empty hole. The hole was empty because at the time Lotus Eaters Captain Ed Scrine was putting out! Being Captain, Ed was going to pull rank on Henry, however he soon realised that the drinks were now on Henry and so let the achievement stand! Henry and his partner went on to finish second in the event that was won by Dennis Deveroux and his guest.