In order to help you on your way into the golfing season, we have still got some fantastic offers on for you here in the Pro Shop.
- We are offering you up to 50% OFF a selected range of our drivers. Click here to visit my website where you can find out more about our range of products.
- We have still got a few pairs left in our January shoe SALE. Make sure you pay us a visit while stocks last!
- And as always, we have our fantastic 3 for 2 offers, so when you buy 2 gloves, we will give you another glove FREE , and when you buy 2 sleeves of balls, we will give you a further sleve absolutely FREE.
Over the past few months, we have been helping members get the best out of their golf by taking them through a custom fitting with either their current clubs, or we can fit them into a brand new set of clubs. Custom fitting is hugely important as we can help you decide which clubs will give you the maximum gains and accuracy from your swing!
Here are the costs of a custom fit here at Wimbledon Park:
Dean W - £50
Dean J - £45
However, if you spend £300+ we will waive your fitting fee, so if you are interested in having your custom fit, please click here to get in touch.
What's this chap up to here? Is the drop he's about to take correct? For many of us this game is hard enough without trying to familiarise ourselves with the never-ending list of complex Rules. In fact, the reality is that we don't know many and even professionals struggle, frequently calling in referees for advice. However, rules are rules as they say, and they are pretty unforgiving.
With this in mind, over the course of the year look out for a new feature in the newsletters called 'Our Help with the Rules', with advice and help on…er, well….the Rules.
We'll start one off for you: In a stroke play event Dave comes up to you on the 6th hole and tells you he's just discovered he's been playing with 15 clubs. What's the penalty, bearing in mind you are allowed a maximum of 14 clubs?
Would you know what to do? Apart from offering your utmost sympathy, the answer is as follows: A two-stroke penalty for each hole at which a breach occurred up to a maximum of four strokes a round. So, four strokes. Bad luck Dave…