Introductory Get Into Golf Programme:
- Four weekly 1-hour group lessons hosted by a professional golf coach.
- Dress casual and comfortable.
- Bring your friends.
- Week 1 – Learn how to hold the club, where to stand, and how to swing.
- Week 2 – Learn how the swing the club correctly to hit the ball where you want.
- Week 3 – Learn how to make those short shots.
- Week 4 – Learn how to put like a pro, then hit the beginner course for a 9-hole round!
- All equipment is included, you only pay for range balls.
Loved By Golfers Old and New
There's No Better Way To Try Golf For Yourself
Horton Park Golf School is the leading golf club for those looking to get into golf. We have turned many beginners into competent golfers that now enjoy the game out on the course.
You will learn everything you need to get started in golf and you won’t do it alone. Join many other like-minded beginners for 4 one-hour sessions where all equipment is provided.
There has never been a better time to get started on your golfing journey!
Golfing is Great Exercise and Improves Well-being
Enjoy Golf With Your Significant Other
Imagine how much fun it will be to spend time together on the course. Fresh air, light exercise, and great conversation.
Burn 900 Calories Per Round of Golf
Golf burns more calories than you’d think: playing an 18-hole game of golf burns at least 900 calories. Golf also combines all the known weight-loss benefits of walking combined with the toning and muscle strengthening benefits of swinging the clubs and carrying or pulling your golf bag. During the average game of golf you will walk around five or six miles.
Make Lots of Friends
Golf is a great way to meet new people – especially if you have recently moved into a new area or town or are travelling abroad. Wherever there’s a golf course, a host of rewarding new friendships awaits you. Friendships that are likely to flourish, thanks to the convivial atmosphere of the game itself and the ready-made social life at the clubhouse afterwards.
Golfing Relieves Stress
“Playing golf really does tick all the boxes for things you need for optimal wellbeing.
It offers some important feel-good factors, such as an active social life and regular physical activity of the best kind – what we call ‘green exercise’ outside in nature.”
Psychologist and Coach Miriam Akhtar
Are You Ready to Get Into Golf?
You have nothing to lose. Sign up below for free and come see for yourself why so many people are finding pleasure in golf.