Our 11 bay, covered, floodlit driving range is a great facility to utilise when the weather isn’t so good for golfing.  In December 2016, we decided to utilise some of the bays and make a temporary reception and coffee shop in there until we can look to replace the old clubhouse.   The range area is relatively flat and always cut to fairway height to give a good indication of landing.

 

Golf Course Club Driving Range Golf Ball 100 yards 200 yard Flag

 

SUMMER OPENING HOURS (9th May to 1st September 2022)

Mon – Thu:  9am to 7:30pm (last baskets 7pm) Free coaching every Wednesday from 6pm – see below.

Fri/Sat/Sun:  9am to 6:30pm (last baskets 6pm)

 

WINTER OPENING HOURS (2nd September to 30th April)

Mon/Tue/Thu:  9am to 7pm (last baskets 6:30pm)

Wed:  9am to 7:30pm (last baskets 7pm – FREE COACHING see below)

Fri/Sat/Sun:  9am to 6pm (last baskets 5:30pm)

 

 

PRICE LIST

  Non Member Affiliate Member Member
25 balls £2.00 £1.50 £1.00
50 balls £3.50 £3.00 £2.00
70 balls £5.00 £4.00 £3.00

 

MEMBERSHIP

If you don’t play the course but use the range as your practice facility, it is still worth joining our Affiliate Membership.  If costs just £10 for membership to 31/12/22 and gives you immediate access to affiliate member rates on driving range, The Links Course, FootGolf and coffee shop.  You can join by filling in our membership form here – you will need a valid email address and you will need to come to Reception to pay the £10 fee and to have your photo taken for your membership card.  If you don’t have an email address, you will need to fill in a paper form available from Reception.

 

FREE COACHING

Surely not?  Nothing is Free?  Our free coaching nights do exactly what they say on the tin – provide high quality golf coaching for free.

When:    Every Wednesday

What Time:   Between 6pm and 7:30pm (last baskets at 7pm).

Cost:  See price list above for basket sizes and cost.  Coaching is FREE!

Coaches: Class AA Qualified PGA Professional, James Gill / Class AA Qualified and TPI Certified PGA Professional, Andy Carnall