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Boringdon Park expands to 27 holes
June 30, 2011

Plymouth based Boringdon Park will become a 27 hole golf complex when nine new holes are opened during a celebratory Grand Opening on Thursday 30 th June.

Around 200 golfers have booked the limited places for the Open Day to ensure they are the first to tee off on the new course. These golfers will compete in a 4-ball team event with prizes on every hole. Champagne & Eggs Benedict will be served on arrival , followed by a half-way bar and BBQ and a four course dinner.

The integration of the new holes means Boringdon will be able to offer golfers three 18 hole course configurations. Resident PGA professional Robert Moore described the new course as having a links style and explained the changes mean "the course will be challenging but playable whatever your ability."

This is because the new holes will extend the course's length. The yardage off the blue tees will range from 6288 to 6918 yards, while the yellow tees will range from 5837 to 6254. In addition golfers will be challenged with water obstacles on the new holes, the signature par 3 "Island Green" and can enjoy more impressive countryside and cityscape views .

Owner Mike Davey said "these course improvements move us closer to our goal of becoming one of the regions premier golfing destinations".

The club has experienced much success since opening in June 2009. Mike says "at a time when some golf clubs are losing members we have amassed over 600 since opening. I believe our success is the result of our modern venue and great value facilities which offers something for golfers and non-golfers alike".

Boringdon's golf facilities include private lessons, a 20 bay covered and floodlit driving range, buggy and trolley hire as well as regular competitions and a thriving membership community. Golfers can opt for a membership package or affordable pay as you play green fees. 

For non-golfers the kitchen team led by head chef Mark Price has developed locally sourced menus adapted for the Spike Bar, Banqueting events and Sunday lunches, while the Sun Terrace is ideal for sunbathing over summer drinks. Other leisure facilities include a modern gym and a Hair & Beauty Salon.

And Boringdon has also developed an enviable reputation for event hosting. Bookings for weddings, conferences and other events continue to grow with customers attracted by the views from the modern clubhouse and Triumphal Arch, friendly staff and positive customer feedback as well as the club's convenient location and free parking.








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