The Belfry hosts Open Day with worldwide golf brands

Former Ryder Cup venue, The Belfry is hosting an Open Day on July 21 to showcase the latest gear, equipment and gadgets from well known brands such as Titelist, Callaway, Nike, Cobra, Ping and Taylormade

Former Ryder Cup venue, The Belfry is hosting an Open Day on July 21 to showcase the latest gear, equipment and gadgets from well known brands such as Titelist, Callaway, Nike, Cobra, Ping and Taylormade.

Staged at the resort's PGA National Golf Academy from 10am until 10pm, the day will be jam-packed with fun and activities. On the same day, Colin Montgomorie will play nine holes on The Brabazon course to raise money for charity he set up in his mother's memory.

All golf brands will have exceptional deals on throughout the day in the Belfry shop and visitors will also have the chance to test out the very best equipment with Nike and Srixon balls on the 34-bay driving range, including more than 50 sets of irons.

Over 20 professionals will be on hand for free tuition as well as for competitions like 'Longest Drive' and 'Beat the Pro'.

Gary Silcock, The Belfry's director of golf, said: "The Open Day is a great opportunity for anybody who plays golf to try out the latest clubs and improve their games. More importantly, it will also show how much fun golf can be, whether you are a complete beginner or a scratch golfer."

To find out more information visit theBelfry.com (opens in new tab), or contact John Collard at Sports Impact on 020 8971 9230 or johnc@sports-impact.com.

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