Junior Success Story
Wee Wonders Success for Joe
With the golfing season seemingly only just begun, another Bramshaw Junior, Joe Buenfeld is a very happy young man this morning after an amazing day's golf yesterday, in the 'Wee Wonders' Regional Tournament at Hoebridge, Surrey.
Firstly, he achieved his first 'hole-in-one' during his round, and then took full advantage by going on to win the Tournament by one shot. His prize is a trip to the 'Home of Golf', St. Andrews for the National Final - and all this at the grand old age of 11!
Joe has had a great start to the season having been selected for the Hampshire Under 12s team, and now also for the Under 14s. His Coach, our own Chris Fawcett refers to Joe as 'Joe the Pro', due not only to his golfing talent, but also his brilliant work ethic and a 'never give up' approach to his golf.
Of course, it wouldn't be fair if I failed to mention that we also have as Members a very proud dad, Lee and grandparents Sue & Bob, who as quality golfers in their own right, have helped Joe along the way. Next stop St. Andrews in August!
Following the recent and continued success of our junior section here at Bramshaw, if you know of any junior that you think may be interested in starting golf or have played before then please speak to Chris about getting involved in our thriving junior academy which takes place on Saturday afternoons, and covers all aspects of the game with on course sessions as well. If you would like more information then please contact Chris in the shop either in person or by calling 02380 813 434.
Titleist Fitting Day
Tuesday 17th June 1pm - 5.30pm
AP1 & AP2 irons, & Vokey SM5 Wedges the new 2014 models will be available to try, and they have had some fantastic reviews so far. Click here to find out more about the ranges titleist have to offer.
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Range time is great - but you can work on your game on the course too
"When a pro slices during his range warm-up, he aims down the left on the first tee; when an amateur slices during warm-up, he aims down the middle."
Not our words, but those of world number two Henrik Stenson. I think we'd agree they ring true. For some reason, the club golfer expects perfection on the course - a trait that also shows up when pitching over water to a tight pin, and in club selection… where he invariably believes he can repeat his best ever strike with his chosen weapon.
Shot selection based on a true grasp of your ability can save shots; it's one area we address during a playing lesson. Time spent with us on the course is not only fun; it'll show you how to manage your game and the course to shoot lower scores.
Playing the course is a lost art; we can make it your strength. Click here to enquire about a playing lesson.