Many thanks to all those who have entered our Professionals Day. We are very excited about staging our first event on September 23rd.
We have an amazing range of prizes for the day including some great prizes on every par 3. Here are some examples of prizes available
The format is a team of 4 with 2 scores to count on every hole and teams can be mixed in any numbers too.
Every competitor will receive 3 golf balls FREE
along with a buffet to have either before or after your game.
The cost is £25
per person and to book a time please click here
In last week's news we mentioned 2 hole-in-ones, but we have since found out that Duncan Beal
also had a hole in one on the 7th hole too.
Well done Duncan.
This is the most serious pose I could get Duncan to do for the picture. Just what was needed
We can't think of a more deserving winner than Justin Rose, golf's first Olympic champion since 1904 - a huge congratulations to him on winning gold after a thrilling final-round duel with Henrik Stenson.
Make no mistake, golf needed this positive outcome after several high-profile golfers decided not to compete in Rio.
"That felt better than anything I've ever won. It was the best tournament I've ever done," said Rose - a former US Open champion let's not forget.
"Hopefully we've shown Brazil what golf is about. I'm glad it was close. Not for my nerves. For golf."
Rose relished the opportunity to represent Great Britain, arriving in Brazil a week before the Olympics officially started to ensure he was part of the opening ceremony.
Anyone who follows the Englishman on Twitter will know what competing in the Olympics meant and how genuine he is about helping to grow the game.
With a global audience of approximately 4 billion, it's fair to say Rose, Stenson and the rest of the Olympic field put on a fantastic show, doing a superb job of showcasing everything that's good about the game.
Jordan Spieth has already tweeted his ambition to represent USA in Tokyo in four years, which tells us a lot. Roll on 2020!