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Clive Bonner

Bramshaw Golf Club PGA Golf Professional

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Club news 

Spring is here!

15 degrees, Sunshine and daffodils.  


Shop news 

A Very important Date.
Sunday 26 March. Mothers Day


Just to help keep you all in the good books, we thought it best to keep the lady in charge happy.
 


Why not do that by treating her to a golf lesson to solve her golfing problems and keep her on the course this year, or a gift from our wide range of ladies apparel from FootJoy, Green Lamb and Under armour.

If you find it difficult to make the right decision a Gift Voucher may be the answer.

Don't let this year be another year of flowers and chocolates!!

Masters Sweepstakes

With the Masters only 3 weeks away, don't miss your chance to be a part of this years sweepstakes.

We will randomly assign players to members and you can cheer them on to victory.

Cost; £2 PER SQUARE


Coaching news

Is your practice as Effective as it could be??


How often do you hit the range and mindlessly hitting through a bucket of balls?

We all do it. And unfortunately, with the misconception that it is actually helping us improve our game. While it is an inexpensive way to get to know to the average distances of your clubs, it isn't a very accurate or a precise method.

1) Range balls versus Game Balls. Unless you're bringing your game balls to the range (which can get expensive), you're hitting balls that are designed to be durable and often they won't perform like your preferred game ball.
2) Distance Markers. They are generally set to mark every 50 yards. Your balls that land in between the markers... you're left to guess.
3) Location of your ball. Let's be serious, even with the greatest eye sight, determining exactly where your ball lands in a sea of other range balls isn't exactly a scientific method.

And its for this reason we want to offer you the opportunity to take control.

Through a simple gapping session using flight scope technology, we will be able to tell you exactly how far you will hit each club.

Just imagine having your yardages in the palm of your hands every time you play.

If you want complete control, just pop in and speak to us in the pro shop.


Other news 

 
Odyssey O-Works

You’ll never have seen anything like this before

To say Odyssey’s new O-Works collection is different would be an understatement, as their revolutionary Microhinge insert increases topspin for better roll regardless of your stroke. The range - available in both blade and mallet styles - comes with new and improved Versa alignment technology which helps you to line-up exactly to your target.

Watch our video here

 
The dreaded flier
 
Flier Article
 
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Lynx #BB Irons
 
Which 50% are you in?
 
Titleist Vokey SM6
 
Request a Fitting
 
Titleist Loyalty Rewarded - save £42.99
 
   
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Clive Bonner, Bramshaw Golf Club, Brook, Lyndhurst, SO43 7HE

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