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Progression has been good working with group of 10-plus ladies since November

By Fenland Citizen Reporter

March Golf Club PGA pro Alex Oldham has started a ladies’ golf academy and juniors’ academy with the help of Baz Smith, club captain Alan Jones, Lewis Ogden and volunteers from the members of the golf club – with great results.

Now working with a group of around 10-plus ladies since November last year, the progression has been really good.

These sessions are for all ladies who would like to have some fun, socialise and either learn, or improve their game.

The juniors at March Golf Club. (6950532)
The juniors at March Golf Club. (6950532)

If you would like to join these sessions please e-mail alexoldham@btinternet.com to find out more and to book your place.

The enthusiasm of junior members at March Golf Club cannot be faulted. The junior golf academy team at the club are all delighted with the progress the youngsters are making.

The club said: “We have a traffic light system in place where red means just starting out, amber means you’re ready for the main course with adult supervision and green means go out on the course.

“This means Alex has given them the all clear, in ability, behaviour and etiquette, too!

“Whether it’s cold or raining they arrive for their coaching session with vigour and smiles on their faces.

“Many thanks for the unsung heroes, the parents and guardians who ferry their children around and huddle on the bench to keep warm. Four new juniors turned up and they have also showed some early promise.”

Contact Alex on 01354 652364 for more information or visit the website www.marchgolfclub.co.uk


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