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New Grass Tees and Membership Scheme at Letters Academies

12.31am 18th June 2012 - Corporate

John Letters of Scotland, the equipment brand with 94 years of club making history, is delighted to announce the addition of new grass tees at three of its driving range operations across the UK.

The John Letters Golf Academies at Cambridge, Solihull and Huddersfield will all benefit from ‘real turf’ grass tees as Letters continues to invest in improving the range facilities and customer experience at each of their sites.

Simon Corp, Marketing Manager, said: “At John Letters we’re always looking to improve our customer experience, be it with equipment, service or facilities on offer. The investment in the additional grass tees at the John Letters Academies provides the golfer that doesn’t like to hit off mats the opportunity to practice in real conditions.”

Each of the three sites at Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre, Stadium driving – Huddersfield and Becketts Farm Driving Range, Solihull, already benefit from a minimum of 30-bay floodlit driving range, dedicated short-game areas, the latest video, simulator and launch monitor technology as well professional putting systems and custom-fit workshops; so the addition of real turf practice bays will ensure the John Letters Academies continue to remain at the forefront of teaching and practice facilities in the UK.

What’s more, Scotland’s finest clubmaker since 1918 has also announced an innovative driving range membership scheme. For just £10 per year, golfers will receive 10% off large baskets of range balls, a free swing analysis with a PGA professional, a free equipment assessment on a launch monitor, a £10 John Letters gift card to receive £10 off when spending over £50 plus a free John Letters T8 Golf glove (worth £7.99).

“We understand that times are tough, so the new range memberships is designed to actively encourage more people to use the facilities and help them get the most out of their game” added Corp.

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