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Winter Hill Golf Club

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Winter Hill Golf Club: Dear Members, Following the latest news this evening from Boris Johnson, the UK Government has announced a national lockdown of England. With this, the golf club must close immediately until further notice. Regards Winter Hill Team

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Juniors

“At Winter Hill we have a ever growing, fun, friendly and inclusive section. With playing opportunities, competitions and coaching every month for the juniors to cater for all levels. The section is child-centered, so your son or daughter’s individual need and requirements are met with the aim of facilitating the best and most appropriate experience for them.“ Gavin Clark

Junior Competitons and Playing Opportunities

The juniors will play in 4 balls with parent/s walking round with them. I will put parents who have none or little golfing experience with other parents and juniors who have got experience so you can start to see and learn how it all works   

  • There will be scheduled tee off times so there won’t be any waiting around
  • Please stay after and have a drink or something to eat
  • I want to get the juniors round briskly, so there will be modifications applied to the golf course and the format on the day, that will promote this
  • I will endeavour to put the juniors with their friends


Junior Golf Events 2019 

Every Saturday there is a playing opportunity at 12.30 tee off. Unless the course is closed in which case it won’t be happening.



Junior membership subscription rates are:

Under 12 TBC
12 - 14 TBC
15 - 18 TBC


Junior Report 2018

For more information on general and holiday coaching please contact Gavin Clark on 07789 766872 or visit his website gavclark.com


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