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Family Open Day

Show off what you have to offer with a day of activities open to families in the community and friends of regular golfers. Families could be invited to come along and try golf with a group lesson and encouraged to book a relaxed meal in the clubhouse afterwards.

The Open Day Planning Guidance Checklist provides some hints, tips and templates you could use to help plan an open day for your facility.

Sociable Golf Taster Sessions with a group of adults drinking with the golf course in the background.

Sociable Taster Sessions

Promote beginners group lessons with the Pro that people can book into ad hoc along with friends, teammates, or colleagues. The golf activity could vary weekly between the driving range, putting/chipping green and on course with all designed to give new players a taste of golf in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Couples' Golf and Dinner Evenings

Couples' Golf and Dinner Evenings

Evening group lessons tailored to suit a range of abilities followed by dinner in the clubhouse. This new take on a mixed-ability session could be a good way to encourage partners of your regular golfers or non-golfing couples to attend the facility together for an evening of golf and good food (consider a specific offer in the restaurant).

Professional delivering junior golf lessons

Junior Lessons

Encourage new youngsters to come and try the game in a relaxed, fun environment. Offer a free trial session and if they enjoy it, sign them up to beginner’s lessons for kids aged 6-14 to learn the basics over the period of five-weeks. The one-hour sessions could take place on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon or through the school holidays.

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