Good evening to you all
I hope that you have had a good weekend and had chance to play some golf. Over the last few months I have been encouraging the Juniors to get out on to the course more and take part in some of the men’s competitions to further their development. We have a lot of Juniors who I see quite often at the coaching sessions I do, but then not many of them head out on to the course. This leads to some great swings and ball striking from good lies, but the course is where the game is played and the place where you will learn the most. Will Marshall and Matt McDonnell are just two of the Juniors who have played in recent weeks and I am pleased to say they have done themselves proud with some good golf and, by the sounds of it, some good banter. It is always nice to receive great feedback like in the pictures I have attached.
You may have seen a tweet from me earlier this week regarding landmarks for major events this year. I mentioned the Masters (23 Days) and the Ryder Cup (199 days), but I also mentioned about the Hornsea 150. Last year three members played 100 holes of golf in a day, this year two of the three have decided to take it up a notch by trying to complete 150 holes in a day (They must have been hit on the head with a golf ball if you ask me!). Joe Palmer and Leigh Gawley have teamed up with both Captains of Hornsea Golf Club to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). They have set a date of Friday 24th June to do this and they are asking for your support. Whether it is a small donation or an offer to carry their bags for 9 or 18 holes I am sure they would massively appreciate your support – please click here to read a little bit more about their cause and how to get in touch with them.
Now, seeing as it is spring time and I know you will be all in the process of spring cleaning your homes! If you come across any old pairs of shoes (golf shoes or normal shoes) that you are not using or maybe you want to clear your husband or wife’s shoe cupboard out, please spare a thought for Gavin and send them my way.
In just a few short weeks the clocks change so we can start looking forward to rounds of golf after work, which means I can teach after work, cue the start of the After Work Club. Last year we had a really good turnout at these sessions and had some good socialising in the bar after so if you want to de-stress after work by bashing some golf balls then please put the 30th March in your diary!
If you want to get your game in shape for the upcoming season, please get in touch!
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