Adam Scott’s dramatic victory at the US Masters will have whetted the appetite of many golfers to get back out on the fairways and they have the ideal opportunity to do so with the launch of Mannings Heath Golf Club’s Festival of Golf at the end of the month.
From Friday April 26 until Monday May 6, the popular venue in Horsham
, West Sussex, is offering 18 holes of golf on its
Kingfisher Course and a traditional British dish of pie, mashed potato and peas afterwards at an eye-catching price of just £16 per person.
The great-value package is valid seven days a week and can been booked either by phone or online and, in keeping with the traditional British festival theme, Mannings Heath will decorate its clubhouse with Union Jack flags and bunting to mark the occasion.
One of two courses at Mannings Heath, the Kingfisher Course flows gracefully through the Sussex countryside, testing the skills and nerve of the most seasoned player, and the par-70 layout was rated by the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in England’ as the best pay and play course in the county in 2011.
Mannings Heath, set in 500 acres of beautiful Sussex downland
, is owned by the Exclusive Golf group alongside The Manor House Golf Club in Castle Combe, near Bath, with both clubs featuring in the latest ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in England’ standings.
The venue boasts two 18-hole lay-outs, the Waterfall Course and Kingfisher Course, and the former, a members-only course, will host the 2013 English Women’s Amateur Strokeplay Championship in August.
The Festival of Golf scheme is one of a number that Exclusive Golf is offering at its courses over the coming months as the golfing season into full swing.
Available now and throughout the summer, Exclusive Golf has launched a new ‘Great British Food Menu’ giving members and guest the chance to enjoy some of the country’s favourite dishes with the best local produce; from fish and chips and sausage and mash to afternoon tea and a selection of mouth-watering puddings.
And golfers in a hurry before they tee off are also well catered for at Mannings Heath and The Manor House with the group’s new ‘Golf to Go’ promotion, offering time-conscious players a takeaway food-and-drink service on their way to the first tee.
Steve Slinger, Exclusive Golf’s manager who is based at Mannings Heath Golf Club, said: “The Masters is the traditional curtain-raiser to the new season and many people will now be itching to get their clubs back out, especially with the arrival of better weather.
“At Exclusive Golf, we’re always looking at ways to meet the needs of all golfers and we believe we have done that with our latest offers.
“With the launch of our Festival of Golf, new Great British Menu and innovative Golf to Go concept, we are sure that golfers from across the region will thoroughly enjoy their next visit to Mannings Heath this spring.”
Exclusive Golf was formed in 2010 and is a part of Exclusive Hotels, a prestigious group of individual, stylish hotels in the south of England, located in stunning surroundings and presenting a luxurious tranquillity in beautiful English locations.
For more information about the Festival of Golf and to book a tee time, phone +44 (0) 1403 210228 or book online at www.kingfishergolf.co.uk