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Cheshire Golf Clubs Focused to Get More People Playing Golf

By: Golf Shake | Tue 13 Jan 2015 | Comments

12 golf clubs across Cheshire have set a New Year’s resolution to help more people give golf a try during 2015 through the Get into golf initiative.  The clubs are offering would-be players the chance to benefit from top class FREE coaching from the county’s PGA professionals.

Get into golf is a national campaign to inspire adults to take up the game and is run by the England Golf Partnership through its network of County Golf Partnerships, supported by Sport England and National Lottery funding.

Get into golf opportunities include FREE taster session and low-cost beginner courses with PGA professionals. They are a fun and sociable way to start golf – and a great way to make new friends.

The clubs are offering a free five-week course of hourly lessons which is the perfect opportunity to learn the range of skills needed to enjoy a round of golf - and the chance to make new friends.  Booking details are available from the club professional at the following clubs:

  • Vicars Cross Golf Club
  • Runcorn Golf Club
  • Mere Golf Club
  • Mottram Hall Golf Club
  • Styal Golf Club
  • High Legh Park Golf Club
  • Astbury Golf Club
  • Bramall Park Golf Club
  • Carden Park Golf Club
  • Pryors Hayes Golf Club
  • Woodside Golf Club
  • Disley Golf Club

Craig Thomas, development officer for the Cheshire County Golf Partnership said “A new year offers the chance to discover a new you!"

“Golf is such a good game for increasing your amount of regular exercise while also making new friends. These sessions offer the ideal opportunity to give the sport a try at no cost – and you can’t beat a bargain like that!"

“Thanks to the support of the clubs and PGA professionals anyone interested in trying golf should be able to find a course to suit them close to home – and with new clubs coming on board all the time the Get into Golf website will provide all the latest information."

“Golf is a great sport that can be enjoyed with friends or family and it is never too late or early to give it a go."

For more details on the work of the Cheshire CGP visit www.cheshiregolfpartnership.com


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