Since we were last open, we have comprehensively refurbished the golf range, increasing our capacity to 18 bays, we will have 12 bays open for booking on Monday 29th March, with the remaining 6 opening in the next few days.
You will also notice that we have embraced new technology, with every bay now fitted with a large touch screen and radar unit.
This gives the most accurate and detailed feedback for the expert golfer and also for those wishing to play games and have a more fun based experience.
Our system now works with the Awesome Golf software and provides all abilities with the opportunity to enhance your experience and track your performance.
There is more detail on the Awesome Golf page. If you register with Awesome Golf, you can greatly enhance your practice and gaming and your session’s statistics will be available for you to digest at your leisure, wherever you are.
Opening Monday 29th March 2021 – please note that bays 3&4 and also bays 15, 16, 17 & 18 will not initially be available and will open in the coming days.
You are also now able to book and pay in advance on 17 of our 18 bays.
We have 3 bookable double bays, which allow left and right handers to practice easily and one non-reservable, leaving 14 more right-hand only bookable bays.
This leaves one double bay (suitable for left and right-handed players) which is available without booking – American Golf will reserve this bay from time to time, but feel free to use it if it is free.
Booking is with our partner – yourgolfbooking.com. You will have to register with them and pay for your bay in advance – all major debit and credit cards are accepted.
Just follow the link below to book a bay and then you will be prompted to register and set up an account – its very easy.
Once you have set up your account, you can book with ease, from your mobile, tablet or computer.
Your booking will be confirmed by email, with a barcode and it is vital that you bring that with you.
This can easily be retained as an image on your phone, or you can if you like print it off before you come to the centre on paper.