Edgbaston: Sunday 16th June - Course open, no buggies allowed.
Get into golf is a national campaign to inspire people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to take up the game. Run by the England Golf Partnership to grow the game and to make England the world’s leading golf nation by 2020.
As part of 'Get in to Golf' we offer a series of introductory golf lessons at subsidised rates, and sometimes FREE! If you have ever considered playing golf, been tempted after watching the Masters or the Open or you are just curious to find out more please contact us and we can explain what the sessions consist of and what you can expect. As a guide you can expect the following from all our 'Get in to Golf' sessions:
2. A friendly and welcoming coach
3. A group of people in the same position as you
4. Access to a fantastic golf club in the heart of Birmingham
5. Time to ask questions
6. Opportunity to play a real golf course
To help you further, we promise you will experience NONE of the below:
2. Technical overload
3. Sessions which the group has no control over
4. A coach who is uninterested in you
If you would like to register your interest or you require further information, please contact the professional shop on 0121 454 1736 (Option 3) or email email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Golf?
Golf is a game played on a large open-air course. Participants strike a small, hard ball with a club into a series of small holes in the ground trying to use the fewest possible strokes to complete the course.
Is it for me?
Golf is a game for all, whatever your age, background, ability or disability. As well as having fun in the fresh air, playing golf helps you stay fit and look and feel well. Golf is a great game for all the family and can be played into your twilight years, so it’s never to late to start…
Why is it for me?
Golf is engaging – you will find it easier to make exercise enjoyable.
It does not need to take all day; playing 9 holes will only take 2 hours.
It keeps you fit – 18-hole game of golf uses at least 900 calories.
Gets you outdoors – proven way to help improve mood, stress levels and self-esteem.
Perfect way to make friends or grow closer bonds with people you know.
Golf can be competitive and a personal challenge.
How much does it cost?
Golf does not need to be expensive and like any other sport you can spend as little or as much as you like. There are playing options, equipment and clothing to suit every budget.
Beginner courses start from £40.00 for five weeks, with all equipment provided for.
What clothing will I need?
Beginners can start by simply wearing trainers and comfortable clothing.