Open week at Dartmouth offers free golf
11th April 2011
Dartmouth Golf & Country Club (DGCC) is welcoming all-comers as part of an open week for prospective new members.
From today, 11th April until the 16th April, Dartmouth is offering 9 rounds of golf for free as part of its Open Week designed to attract new visitors and members. Visitors are sure to get plenty from the experience whether they are new to the game, looking to return to golf club membership or just in need of a change of scene.
Dartmouth Golf & Country Club
From Monday, April 11, to Saturday, April 16, golfers can enjoy nine holes of golf on either of the resort’s impressive courses completely free, with tee-times available on the Dartmouth course throughout the day and twilight golf on the Championship layout.
And to ensure they’re in top condition for their round, visitors will all receive a complimentary bucket of balls on the driving range and a 15-minute lesson with DGCC’s teaching professional.
With membership packages available from just £32.55 a month the resort offers an inexpensive way to enjoy some of south Devon’s finest golf in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Situated in 225 acres of south Devon countryside, just outside the beautiful town of Dartmouth, the resort boasts 27 holes of golf with the 18 hole Championship Course and nine-hole Dartmouth Course complementing each other nicely.
Previously ranked in the top 80 courses in the UK and Ireland by Golf Monthly the Championship Course was designed to challenge the most proficient golfer, with strategic positioning of tees, meandering streams, 12 water features and undulating greens. But while it makes the better players think, it is not so punitive as to spoil a round for high-handicappers and provides an excellent and enjoyable challenge to golfers of all abilities.
Although only a nine-hole layout, the Dartmouth is built to the same high standards as its sister course. Measuring 2,252 yards with a par of 33, it is guaranteed to test players while they enjoy a more relaxed round.
The mild winter climate means closures or temporary greens or tees are a rarity and in addition to golf the resort also boasts first-class leisure facilities, which include an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and spa.
Free golf and lessons during the open week are limited and subject to availability, for more information, get the contact details on the Dartmouth Golf Course page.