Ladies urged to pick up their clubs

PUBLISHED: 13:27 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 16:18 11 May 2010

ROYSTON Golf Club is offering women the chance to play for the first time when it holds an open day on Saturday, April 17. The event starts at 9.30am and will provide tuition free of charge. After a cup of coffee and a brief introduction, the ladies will

ROYSTON Golf Club is offering women the chance to play for the first time when it holds an open day on Saturday, April 17. The event starts at 9.30am and will provide tuition free of charge.

After a cup of coffee and a brief introduction, the ladies will be shown all aspects of golf from teeing-off to chipping.

Their will also be fun competitions with prizes and the chance to meet some of the lady members of the club.

Club Professional, Sean Clark, will be on hand to offer his expert advice.

The scheme will also offer group coaching and if any of the participants are interested, progress to individual coaching and a trial three-month membership is available. For further details about 'Give Golf a Go' or to book a place, phone Sean on 01763 243476 or email: clark.sean@btconnect.com.


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