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Time to try the PING Experience

November 18, 2014

PING is offering golfers a day out with a difference at its European HQ in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.



The unique PING Experience Day offers groups of eight or more golfers the chance to take a tour around the company’s state-of-the-art European Fitting Centre, visit the PING factory to see the new G30 range being assembled, before having lunch and then playing a round of golf on either the Karsten Lakes or Thonock Park course at the PING-owned Gainsborough Golf Club.

The new PING Experience days are available throughout 2015 starting at just £49 per person. They have been specifically designed as Corporate and Society Days or can simply be booked by a group of eight friends or more.

Accommodation, a three course evening meal, full English breakfast and second 18-holes on either of Gainsborough’s two courses can also be arranged for an extra £75 per person for those who want to extend their stay.

“The new PING Experience programme offers golf groups something a little bit different from the norm,” said John Clark, Managing Director of PING Europe.

“They represent a rare opportunity to look behind the scenes and see what PING is all about. PING is the world leader in custom fitting and visitors will get the chance to see how our golfers are fitted before experiencing at first hand the craftsmanship and attention to detail involved in assembling all our latest clubs.”

“No visit to Gainsborough is complete without a game of golf and I know you will enjoy playing on either of our two championship courses.” John added.

Find out more about the new PING Experience Days by emailing Gainsborough Golf Club on info@gainsboroughgc or by telephoning 01427 613088. Please note custom fitting appointments must be booked separately and are not included in the PING Experience Day.

 





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