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Staffs "Get into Golf" over Christmas
5th December 2012

STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY GOLF PARTNERSHIP

CHRISTMAS may be coming - but it is still a good time to give golf a go in Staffordshire.

Taster sessions and discounted coaching are on offer at golf clubs across the county as part of the national campaign to encourage more people to take up the sport.

The Chase Golf, Health Club & Spa , near Cannock , has a wide range of activities to suit beginners of all ages - and all for free.

Free coaching sessions are being offered by PGA professionals Tom Cheetham and Katrina Holford to men, juniors and ladies, with junior classes being open to those as young as four years plus.

The junior sessions are on Saturday, December 15 (6pm-7pm) and Saturday, January 19 (2pm-3pm).

The ladies classes take place on Monday, January 14 (6pm-7pm) and January 26 (3pm-4pm).

Coaching for the men takes place on Friday, January 18 (6.30pm-7.30pm) and January 26 (3pm-4pm).

Further details available from the club on 017857 12888.

The Chase Golf, Health Club & Spa can be found in Pottal Pool Road,
Penkridge.

This summer has seen a number of successful schemes at The Chase Golf Academy, including Junior Passport and Go 4 Green for ladies.

The Academy offers a number of courses for young golfers with further details available by visiting www.thechasegolf.co.uk or calling 017857 12888.

Facilities include a floodlit driving range, private teaching bay, indoor video analysis, large putting green, short game area and full 18-hole course.

Says Sean Hammill, county development officer for the Staffordshire County Golf Partnership: "These schemes give anyone interested in trying golf the ideal opportunity to give it a go alongside people in a similar situation.

"It is a sport that offers a healthier lifestyle and, with the potential for club membership in the future, an enjoyable social life, too.

"And with people looking to shed a few of those extra Christmas pounds in the new year, golf offers a great way to look after your well-being while making new friends."

Get into golf is a national campaign to inspire new golfers run by the England Golf Partnership through its network of County Golf Partnerships, which work to grow the game.

Get into golf opportunities include free or low-cost beginner courses with PGA professionals. They are a fun and sociable way to start golf - and a great way to make new friends.

To find your nearest centre visit   getintogolf.org   and look at the activity map or  call 0800 118 2766

The England Golf Partnership is a collaboration of a number of stakeholders in the sport including England Golf - the organisation formed by the merger of the English Golf Union and The English Women's Golf Association - the PGA, the Golf Foundation and Sport England.

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

For more details of the activities in Staffordshire visit www.staffsgolfpartnership.com .

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

Website: http://www.staffsgolfpartnership.com/

Mobile: 07771 794193

Email: sean.hammill@btinternet.com







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