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Cheshire Go 4 Green launches
February 15, 2011

It has never been easier to take a shot at playing golf in Cheshire.

A major new project has been launched which includes the fantastic offer of FIVE introductory lessons with a qualified PGA coach at the bargain price of just £15.

Those taking part do not even need their own golf clubs.

Clubs across the county are backing the scheme - called Go 4 Green - which is being organised by the Cheshire County Golf Partnership.

"Anybody who would like to give golf a go should sign up for the Go 4 Green sessions," says County Golf Development Officer Sean Hammill.

"Lessons will be provided by PGA qualified professionals and all equipment will be provided.

"The combination of quality coaching delivered by qualified professionals, the low-cost price and the fact that there is no need to pay out for equipment makes this the ideal option for someone considering taking up golf."

The clubs taking part are Alsager, Upton by Chester, Wilmslow, Hartford, Hazel Grove, Moreton Hills Driving Range, Vicars Cross, Chester, De Vere Mottram Hall, Helsby and Carden Park.

De Vere Mottram Hall will be hosting its first session on Saturday, February 12 (9.30am). Further details from Matthew Turnock, by phone on 07774 132382 or by email on matt@teachgolfpro.fsnet.co.uk

Helsby Golf Club will be staging its first session on Saturday, February 26. Further details from club professional Matthew Jones, by phone on 01928 722021 or by email on pro@helsbygolfclub.org

The Go4Green initiative is aimed at increasing the number of adult players coming into the sport and encouraging them to take up membership at their local golf club.

The Go 4 Green campaign is one of a number of initiatives undertaken by the Cheshire Golf Partnership, a collaboration of the major stakeholders in golf, including the English Golf Union, The English Women's Golf Association, the PGA, the Golf Foundation and Sport England.

In Cheshire the partnership is supported by the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs, the Cheshire County Ladies Golf Association and the Cheshire PGA.

For more details of the activities in Cheshire visit www.cheshiregolfpartnership.com .

For more information on the work of the Cheshire Golf Partnership contact Sean Hammill, County Development Officer, Cheshire County Golf Partnership.

Website: http://www.cheshiregolfpartnership.com/

Mobile: 07771 794193

Email: sean.hammill@btinternet.com








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