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£200,000 investment to transform Hoebridge Golf Centre

8.29am 24th January 2012 - Courses

An artist’s impression of the new bar and restaurant area at Hoebridge Golf Centre.

Hoebridge Golf Centre is set to receive a major facelift after a £200,000 investment to transform the venue’s bar and restaurant area.

The centre, open to everyone including non-golfers and families, will fully reopen its new-look facilities by March 1.

Once completed visitors to the public pay-and-play centre – part of Burhill Golf & Leisure, theUK’s leading golf course owner and operator – will be able to enjoy an even wider variety of food than before, while relaxing in brand new comfortable furniture. The extensive bar and restaurant area will also have new carpets, curtains and patio doors leading to the large outside patio, ideal for enjoying a summer drink in the sun.

Mike O’Connell, Hoebridge Golf Centre Senior General Manager, said: “This project will make Hoebridge an even warmer and welcoming destination for eating and socialising.

“The doors at Hoebridge are open to everyone even if they’ve never held a golf club in their lives – you do not have to be a golfer to enjoy the atmosphere, food and drink at Hoebridge Golf Centre.

“We extend a warm welcome to everyone whether it’s a family enjoying a Sunday roast or a business looking for a meeting venue.”

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