Shopping Woodhall England
PLEASE NOTE - OUR DRIVING RANGE WILL BE CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE FROM 1 NOVEMBER 2016 - 31 JANUARY 2017. However if you would like to book a lesson with one of our professionals please contact them direct.
The floodlit 18 bay driving range looks out onto an area designed to replicate the problems golfers face when on course. Trees and woodland areas have been retained and greens located to assist the development and practice of a golfers shot making skills. The Driving Range is open to the public every day between 7.00am - 6.30pm (apart from Monday when the Range is closed for maintenance and opens 10.00am - 6.30pm) Price £1.00 for 20 balls.
Visitors are also able to you use the practice putting green on the Hotchkin and practice putting green and chipping area on the Bracken.
Throughout the summer months, our 9 hole pitch and putt course is open for play for all visitors who have booked to play either course (no charge) and scorecards are available from the Golf Shop.
The most visionary aspect of the training Academy is the four acre area devoted to the development of short game skills. In addition to the large putting green, there are eight target greens to aim at offering shots of all lengths up to 100 yards. There are a range of individually styled bunkers with varying grades of sand. The short game area can only be used with a PGA professional in attendance (you can either bring your own club Pro or hire one of our PGA Professionals) and must be booked in advance.
A coaching package can be tailored to suit your parties requirements using a combination of the grass tees, driving range, short game area and a round of golf on either of our courses.
As the home of England Golf, the national squads, county squads and many other groups regually take advantage of The National Golf Centre's unrivalled facilities. Over the years England Golf's investment in extensive coaching for up-and-coming golfers has produced many of the top players on the European Tour today such as Justin Rose, Luke Donald and Nick Dougherty.