Keeping your card clean
Winning the BMW PGA Championship at 23 was impressive, doing it without dropping a shot over the final 18 holes… that's no mean feat either. In fact, that's what impressed us the most about Byeong-hun An en route to his weekend victory because Wentworth is a tough test whenever you play it, never mind in the heat of the battle when finding fairways is the order of the day.
Medal scores are often wrecked by big numbers on the card and that's something we can help you with. Whether it's course management, getting up and down more frequently, or making more putts, our team is on hand to help you lower your scores. We can't guarantee you'll shoot 65 and win €800,000 when you next play but we can help you to keep those card-wreckers at bay, so you regularly shoot more competitive scores.
Come and see the team and ask about a lesson or two, alternatively please click here to book your lesson.
We are pleased to be stocking the Motocaddy electric trolleys here at Blundells Hill Golf Club. We have both the S1 Pro and M1 Pro in stock and we have written a small piece on these below.
The S1 PRO was added to the Motocaddy range in 2012: An advance on the award-winning S1 model. The S1 PRO boasts all the excellent features present in the S1, but there are also added extras like adjustable distance control and a USB charging port, as found in the M1 PRO and S3 PRO models.
The M1 PRO delivers an outstanding blend of features, both high-tech and ergonomic. It’s extremely compact when folded down but solid and stable when carrying a bag. The standout feature of this trolley is how compact it is when folded down. Just over 50cm at its widest point, it can fit into the smallest of car boots.
So when you are struggling through the last three holes of your next round, think about whether you would be better off with a brand new electric trolley! If you would like more information please come down and see us in the pro shop or click here to get in touch.
Titleist Limited Edition Ball!
To mark the achievement of Titleist being the number one ball at the US Open for the past 67 years, the pro shop will be taking stock of some limited edition Pro V1 golf balls.
Make sure you grab yours while stocks last!