American Golf Game Improvement Zone Launches At Boundary Lakes Golf Course - The Directory Group

American Golf Game Improvement Zone Launches At Boundary Lakes Golf Course

In conjunction with leading golf equipment brand, American Golf, the Ageas Bowl’s Boundary Lakes Golf Course is pleased to announce the launch of a brand-new American Golf Game Improvement Zone.

Located adjacent to the course’s picture-perfect eighteenth hole, the Zone will be used to encourage further game improvement for golfers across the region, with Boundary Lakes’ home professionals on hand to provide custom-fittings, private tuition, group lessons and a range of other services.

These services are available free of charge when a customer purchases any golf club from the course’s American Golf Store.

Director of Golf, Shaun Hall said: “We’re thrilled to launch the American Golf Game Improvement Zone – it’s an excellent addition to the course which gives guests and members alike the opportunity and facilities to find the best equipment to suit their game. It’s also a great way for players to improve with the state-of-the-art practice areas here and guidance from our experienced professionals.”

American Golf Store Manager, David Miles said: “The new Game Improvement Zone will give golfers the chance to have their new set of clubs customised to them and their individual games, as well as learn a huge amount about shot saving and game improvement from our experienced team. Our six steps of fitting and the service we offer combine to create a bespoke experience that will help players to drive their own games forward.”

The new addition to the par-69 course arrives at one of the South’s most exciting venues – one which already comprises a stunning 171-bedroom Hilton hotel, a Sir Ian Botham-inspired BEEFY’S brasserie restaurant, Lakeview Sports Bar and luxurious eforea spa.

Off course facilities including Boundary Lakes’ brand-new Boundary Club clubhouse and American Golf store are all housed within the luxury Hilton at the Ageas Bowl.

Last year, Boundary Lakes experienced phenomenal demand for membership packages, with a waiting list active for seven-day memberships.

A number of short-term five-day memberships can still be snapped up, ahead of a new membership offering to be launched in April, whilst pay and play green fees at the course begin from just £20.

For more information about the Ageas Bowl’s Boundary Lakes Golf Course, for membership information or to book a round, please visit: www.boundary-lakes.com.

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