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A unique venue for City Swingers

12.29am 10th December 2009 - Courses - This story was updated on Monday, June 21st, 2010

A verdant two acre oasis has burst forth in the heart of the concrete and glass jungle of the City of London.

City Limits Golf Driving Range & Academy is a unique outdoor floodlit golf driving range in the heart of the ‘Square Mile’ in the City of London’s financial district. It is due to open in January 2010.

The 16 bay two tier 3,500 sq. m. facility in the busy Bishopsgate thoroughfare was the largest undeveloped area in the City and is adjacent to the Broadgate Centre, next door to Power League and just 250m from Liverpool Street Station.

Tens of thousands of office workers are excited by the prospect of being able to hit a golf ball outside and City Limits Golf anticipate brisk business once the driving range opens. To date there have been over 350 enquiries from multinational corporates looking at block bookings coupled with individuals who wish to take advantage of the tuition.

Nevada Bob’s will have a satellite store on site and N1 Golf Academy – www.n1golf.com are signed up to run the teaching academy offering full tuition from PGA Professionals.

Furthermore, as the main revenue will be taken Monday to Friday, City Limits are going to open the range at weekends free of charge to under privileged and disabled children who live in the inner city London Boroughs.

City Limits will offer them group lessons with the PGA Professionals as many may not have had a chance to hit a golf ball and with golf now accepted into the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro would like to demonstrate how the game of golf can make a positive impact on the Games.

To arrange a site visit or for further information please contact Phil Richins by email: phil@citylimitsgolf.com or call 020 7247 7524.

City Limits Golf Driving Range & Academy www.citylimitsgolf.com

       

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