Chance for Golfers to Experience Dynamic GolfSixes Format
GolfSixes has been a popular addition to the European Tour calendar in recent years, and regular golfers will have the opportunity to experience the unique format this May at Glendale Golf venues across the country.
Partnering with England Golf, individual events will be run during midweek evenings and weekends, showcasing this fun, quicker and dynamic form of the game, taking place at Richmond Park in London; Tilgate Forest in West Sussex; Portsmouth Golf Course in Hampshire; and Duxbury Park in Chorley, Lancashire.
Open to members and visitors - these events will be accessible to everyone. Golfers will play in pairs and compete in a match play, better ball format. They’ll also follow Glendale’s ‘ready, steady, golf’ policy, which has been created to avoid slow play.
- Enter as a team of two players. Everyone welcome, there is no category division.
- An official handicap is not required
- £10 per player includes a complimentary drink in the clubhouse afterwards
- Take part in a six-hole match against another team.
- Prizes for all match winning teams
- Grand Prize of a Complimentary 1 Month Membership for the overall winning team
Tom Brooke, managing director of Glendale Golf, said “There’s a huge buzz about golf following Tiger’s great win and we know lots of people want to play golf more regularly, but haven’t got time for a full 18-hole round. GolfSixes is ideal for them, it’s fun, it’s competitive, it’s sociable – and it’s quick. The team matchplay format also brings with it that extra edge that we normally only see at The Ryder Cup! Our mission is to show that golf is accessible, enjoyable and a game for all and GolfSixes is a great way to spread that message.”
Claire Hodgson, England Golf Head of Engagement, added: “This is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase that there are many different ways to play golf. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got 30 minutes, an hour or three hours, there’s always a way to play golf and GolfSixes is one of them.”
Sunday 19th May (4-5pm)
Friday 24th May (6-7pm)
Thursday 16th May (6-7pm)
Sunday 19th May (3-4pm)
Tuesday 14th May (5:30-6:30pm)
Saturday 18th May (12-1pm)
Wednesday 8th May (5:30-6:30pm)
Saturday 18th May (2-3pm)
Should this be successful, future event are planned, with feedback set to be provided to other clubs across the country on the suitability of the format and why it could become a welcome fixture on their schedules.
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