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Abbey Hill Golf Centre offers free 'Learn Golf’ initiative for new golfers

April 4, 2013

Abbey Hill Golf Centre is offering people who have never played golf before the opportunity to try the sport for free with its new coaching programme,  Learn Golf

Commencing at the end of March, the  Learn Golf  initiative offers a relaxed and informal introduction to the game, which is ideally suited for people of all ages that have never tried golf before. 

With all participants receiving two free coaching sessions, the scheme is to operate throughout 2013 and offers a fun and friendly introduction to golf for all at the public pay-and-play facility, which is  part of BGL Golf, the UK's leading golf course owner and operator.

To be conducted by one of the Abbey Hill Golf Academy's five PGA Professionals at, the two sessions include use of all equipment and introduces participants to the basics of golf from tee to green, utilising the centre's extensive facilities including a 21-bay driving range, plus putting and chipping area.

Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager,  said: "Starting any new sport can be a daunting experience. Open to women and men, young and old, the two free golf lessons are an ideal opportunity to give golf a try for free with like minded people in a fun, relaxed environment."

For more information about  Learn Golf   visit  www.abbeyhillgc.co.uk  or call: 01908 562566.








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