Lessons to get into the swing

PUBLISHED: 13:12 04 May 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

Coach Austin Curtis helps a golfer to perfect his swing with the Explanar trainer

Coach Austin Curtis helps a golfer to perfect his swing with the Explanar trainer

GOLFERS can improve their game with some of the latest training aids thanks to new coaching sessions at The Priory Golf Centre, Wimblington. The East Anglian Golf Academy is providing coaching to players of all experience levels and, together with 20 year

GOLFERS can improve their game with some of the latest training aids thanks to new coaching sessions at The Priory Golf Centre, Wimblington.

The East Anglian Golf Academy is providing coaching to players of all experience levels and, together with 20 years of experience, the centre utilises state-of-the-art training aids.

Among others, the C-swing video analysis system and the Explanar swing plane trainer will help to perfect a swing and the Swingyde putting mentor will improve play on the greens.

Group classes take place from 7pm to 8pm on Wednesday evenings. The classes cost £10 per person and no booking is required.

Start Golf sessions provide a basic introduction for beginners and two one-hour lessons cost £15. Private golf tuition is also available and lessons can be booked on weekdays and weekends.

And Sunday golf schools, held every month, comprise four hours of training and playing the course.

A Junior Golf Academy runs on Saturdays and junior fun days are organised during the school holidays.

As well as the main course and a short game practice area, a floodlit driving range is available throughout the year and an adventure golf course will open next month.

- For more information, dates and times call The Priory Golf Centre on 07793 457873 or visit www.priory-golf-centre.co.uk


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