Golf News for Tuesday, July 24, 2012 | Instruction

Aldwickbury Park Golf Club in England offers coaching sessions

Following the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Anne's this weekend, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club is giving potential champions of tomorrow the chance to learn all about the sport in special summer holiday coaching sessions.

The club's expert PGA Professionals will be staging four Junior Fun Coaching Days throughout the summer holidays for children of all ages and abilities to learn how to swing like Rory McIlroy, chip like Lee Westwood and putt like Luke Donald.

The three-hour, Friday sessions will utilise the extensive facilities at Aldwickbury Park - part of BGL Golf, the UK's leading golf course owner and operator - and participants do not require their own equipment.

Children will use the club's practice ground, practice putting green and Aldwickbury Park's outstanding Par-3 Manor Course, the ideal place for youngsters and beginners to take their first steps in golf.

Andrew Shewbridge, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club General Manager, said: "Children will be taken right through the basics of golf, including putting, chipping, iron play and woods by our team of expert teachers, who have experienced coaching all manner of players from toddlers swinging their first clubs through to elite county players.

"Our coaching sessions offer children of all ages and abilities a fun and safe environment in which to learn all about golf."

The Junior Fun Coaching Days will take place on July 27, and August 3, 10 and 27th. Lasting from 10:00am till 1:00pm, each session will cost just £15.

To find out more about Aldwickbury Park Golf Club visit, or follow on Twitter @aldwickburygolf or call: 01582 760112.

Press release issued on behalf of Aldwickbury Park Golf Club by Landmark Media International Ltd

Matthew Millard
Landmark Media International Ltd
Tel: 01780 752790
Twitter: @LandmarkMatt