Free golf at Brampton
BRAMPTON Park Golf Club is giving people the chance to have a free round of gold on their open day on March 29. All are welcome and will be given a free round on the 18-hole course and have their swing analysed, as well as tasting food at the club s resta
BRAMPTON Park Golf Club is giving people the chance to have a free round of gold on their open day on March 29.
All are welcome and will be given a free round on the 18-hole course and have their swing analysed, as well as tasting food at the club's restaurants and seeing the private hire facilities. There will be a number of competitions on the day, including chipping and putting with the chance to win a month's free membership
If visitors are unable to get a free round of golf in on the day, they will pick up a voucher allowing them a free round on another day. There will be various membership and joining offers available as visitors are greeted by members when they arrive.
General manager Bill Evans said: "This is the first open day the club has had, we're dedicated to the enjoyment of golf and we're looking forward to welcoming lots of new faces, whatever their age or ability, through our doors.
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"We have wonderful facilities here at Brampton Park and this is a great opportunity to come along and enjoy them in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere."
To pre-book your tee-time, speak to the Pro-Shop on 01480 434705, or to find out more about Brampton Park's Open Day, call 01480 434700.
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Brampton Park Golf Club features a 6,300-yard, par 71 course, combining woodland, parkland and water features. The par three, fourth hole is regarded by many as the hardest par three in England. The club also features a golf shop, teaching facilities and a function room.