Learn to Play Golf in Durban

by | Aug 23, 2007

Golf coach, Christine Iliadis, is calling all Durban Beginner Lady Golfers to join her at the Women’s Golf Academy at the Westville Driving Range this Saturday (25 August) for a fun way to learn how to play golf. 

You don’t need to own a set of golf clubs. You don’t need to have ever picked up a golf club before. In fact, you don’t even need to know anything about golf.

Christine says: “If you’ve been thinking about taking up a sport, going to gym or doing something different, the Beginner Golf Clinics offers an ideal vehicle to test the water and see if the “golf bug bites”, test the water without committing to a whole load of expenses.
 
“You get to meet a group of women who are also doing it for the first time and then once you’re hooked,  you can move along and go to the next level with good information and with new friends.”

Requirements:
You are a beginner lady golfer; You give us the opportunity of introducing you to the wonderful game of golf; and a Sense of Humour and a lot of Patience.

Format & Programme:
08h30 to 13h00 under Professional Golf Instruction, maximum 30 Beginner Ladies in groups of six per clinic, Rotation of three x 40 minute instruction sessions on various aspects of the game.

Entrance Fee:
R250.00 Per Entry

Package Includes:
Use of all Golf Equipment; Professional Instruction; Tea/Coffee/Muffins on Arrival; Golf Gift; Nedbank Beginner’s Guide; Buffet Lunch & Glass of Wine

Rules & Regulations:
Comfortable clothing is worn – please don’t wear short shorts or bikini tops … this is golf after all! Takkies or Cross Trainer Shoes are recommended until you buy your first pair of golf shoes. A peak or baseball cap highly recommended (long hair should be tied up). Please arrive on time – it is the first rule of the etiquette of golf. Most of all, Have FUN!

Venue:
Westville Driving Range, Spine Road, Westville. For more info, contact Christine Iliadis on 031 764 1802 or email [email protected] 

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