Golf Academy Relaunch and Open Day at Hawkesyard Estate

We are pleased to announce a progressive relaunch Open Day for the Golf Academy on Saturday 19th October in collaboration with PGA Professionals Michael Beaumont and Alison Nicholas.

The day kicks off at 1pm with free dedicated taster golf lessons for all levels, coached by Alison and Mike. It will be a fantastic opportunity for youngsters and adults alike to join in a day of world-class coaching with lots of fun and enjoyment!

Golf Academy Relaunch at Hawkesyard Golf Course

Alison, previously ranked no.8 best lady golfer in the world, has won over 20 tour events, including two Major Championships. Mike is an experienced golf coach in very high demand and coaches the Staffordshire County Golf Union. He has worked with many elite golfers, including European Tour players Tom Whitehouse and Sam Walker.

People participating in free lessons on the day have the opportunity to secure limited places on the initial Golf Academy Programme due to commence on 26th October. The course has been designed and adopted from successful trials in America. There will be major emphasis on children having fun, developing and grooming their talents, with the benefits for beginners and improvers through a structured award scheme.

The scheme draws on core disciplines including speed, strength, balance and most importantly confidence.

The academy uses the latest advances in video technology to assess player swings and putting strokes. This gives youngsters the chance to understand their golf swing and putting stroke from an early age.

Clothing is relaxed and all clubs and equipment will be provided for juniors. Just turn up ready and willing to learn and have fun! Learn from the best at a minimal cost. Green fees on the 18 hole course are available for just £10.00 per round per person on the day.

For more information about our Golf Academy Relaunch please contact us on 01543 491911.

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