People inspired by golfing superstars, such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, playing The Open Championship are being given the chance to have a go at the sport for free at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club.
The golf club operates a free coaching initiative, Learn Golf, aimed at people with no golf experience or equipment, offering a light-hearted and fun one-hour lesson with a PGA professional.
Budding new golfers will receive an introduction to the basics of the game, utilising the extensive practice facilities at Aldwickbury Park, which is part of BGL Golf, the UK’s leading course owner and operator.
Andrew Shewbridge, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club General Manager, said: “The beauty of golf is that it can be enjoyed by people of any age, and as a low-impact sport, it can be a game for life. We regularly welcome juniors from as young as two or three years old and seniors in their nineties, plus everyone in between.
“The free Learn Golf lesson offers an ideal opportunity for people to give golf a try and find out how fun it can be. It has already proved successful at attracting new people to the sport who can enjoy golf for the competition, the social nature of the game and the health benefits associated with regular exercise.”
Press release issued on behalf of Aldwickbury Park Golf Club by Landmark Media International Ltd