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LEARN HOW TO PLAY GOLF

 

For all too long beginners have been taught solely on the driving range until ready to progress onto the course; this can take months or even years before they feel they confident or good enough! That’s a lot of dedication!! And not a lot of fun.
The best way to gain confidence is to build it in the environment you want to use it! We aim to achieve that with the Golf Access Plus improvement program by learning how to play golf on the course after completion of our free of charge beginner’s learning course.

FREE BEGINNER’S LEARNING COURSE

 

The social cost efficient method to learning.
Learn on a grass driving range each week the skills required to play golf.
Sign up for a single week or 4 week course:
Week one 1st May: How to drive off the tee box!
Week two 7th May: How to play from the fairways.
Week three 15th: How to hit the greens.
Week four 29th. How to Hole out.
All equipment is provided free of charge. There is No Dress Code, so please don’t worry just wear suitable clothing for the outdoor environment.

Get Golfing

 HOW TO OBTAIN A GOLF HANDICAP

WITH GOLF ACCESS 

Golf Access is a structured improvement program designed to coach  ‘New Golfer’s’ through the learning stages from Newbie golfer to competent player with an official World Golf handicap index upon completion of the nine colour coded improvement levels.
Granting the golfer access to play the best golf courses around the world as an official player!

Follow a clearly structured improvement program with guidance and tuition from an experienced golf professional every step of your journey. Learn ‘how to’ whilst playing the golf course which has been tailored to suit a ‘New Golfer’s’ requirements with fairway tees.

ENJOY LEARNING GOLF IN A SOCIAL FORMAT 

Each term golfers are taught the skills required to complete the nine improvement levels. When a ‘New Golfer’ posts a new personal best score they receive a ball marker and certificate confirming their acomplisment.  Players progress through the levels until they have completed the course and obtained three complete scorecards to receive their official World Golf Handicap. 

Class Structure 
Each Term a similar structure is followed advancing in levels and standards of learning: 
Session 1/6: How to Play golf on the course!
Session 2/6: How to Swing – Tee Shots
Session 3/6: How to Strike the ball – Fairway shots
Session 4/6: How to Approach the green – Pitch shots
Session 5/6: How to Hole out – Chipping and Putting 
Session 6/6: How to Play – Escape Shots – Bunkers – Hazards – Long rough

 

 

COURSE DATES

 

Spring Term Dates Six Week Course:
Wednesday’s 12.00-2.00pm 
April 20th, 27th, May 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th.
Saturday’s 2.00-4.00pm 
April 23rd, 30th, May 7th, 14th , 21th, 25th.

Weekly classes take place at the beautiful Hampton Court Palace Golf Club every Saturday at 2.00pm – 4.00pm and Wednesday’s 12.00-2.00pm 

COURSE DATES

 

 Summer Term Dates Six Week Course:
Wednesday’s 12.00-2.00pm 
June 8th, 22nd, 29th, July 2nd, 9th, 16th.
Saturday’s 2.00-4.00pm 
June 11th, 25th, July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd.

LEARN HOW TO PLAY GOLF AS A FAMILY

 

Whether you’re eight or eighty; golf is a brilliant way to spend sunny afternoons with your loved ones. The sport allows for all family members to partake together and caters to all levels. From crazy colourful golf clothing to beautifully presented golf course and clubhouse; there’s something for everyone! It’s time to get the kids out in the fresh air and challenge them to a round!

LEARN HOW TO PLAY GOLF AS A FAMILY

“Chris is not just one of the best golf teachers I have come across, he is also one of the best teachers (and that comes from someone with over 50 years of educational experience). Chris makes the game simple and explains clearly. No need to be an astrophysicist because, with Chris, golf is not rocket science! Any amateur should be beating down his door.”

Mr Jones

Deputy Head , Kings College Juinor School Wimbledon

Fun! Simple, which means that I can remember it on the course. Also, Chris adapts the lesson to the pupil – technical for my husband, simple for me, fun for the kids

Mrs Harvey