Over £1m has been invested in the Three Hammers Golf Complex in Wolverhampton and has turned it into one of the most progressive golf centres in the region.

The complex offers the latest technology and expert advice to aid any golfers game.

They can boast a Henry Cotton designed 18-hole short golf course and offer a wide variety of practice areas.

They also posses an automated driving range, an indoor golf performance studio, indoor and outdoor putting greens and a 4000sq ft golf shop.

Established in 1965, the Three Hammers Golf Centre was opened by Dick Whalley.  In 1986 Ian Bonser and Bruno Mustone bought the golf centre, and the course has prospered under the management of Bonser.

“We’re offering quality facilities at affordable prices,” said manager Ian Bonser. “We’ve got a whole package of things, and those who want to learn and practice their golf have got every facility here.”

One training aid that Three Hammers has at its disposal is the 3D K-Vest. It monitors and records your movements as you swing and produces it in a 3D image on the computer. The kit means the golfer can view video and key swing data to improve their game.

The 18-hole course benefits both newcomers to the game and good golfers looking to enhance their short game. The whole course totals 1,410, with the longest hole being 122 yards.

“The whole concept of the course was designed by Henry Cotton in the 1960’s,” said Bonser. “The course is setup like a full size golf course but each hole has the first 300 yards missing. So every shot are small wedges into the green.”

In addition to that, Three Hammers has a ‘Learn 2 Play’ teaching academy which concentrates solely on kids and beginners to the game of golf. It covers a 10,000sq ft area so all kind of shots are playable.


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