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TopGolf Centre to open in Addlestone

12.20am 19th April 2005 - Courses

The former Surrey Golf & Fitness Centre in Addlestone is currently being totally redeveloped and will re-open at the end of July as Britain’s third TopGolf Centre. Until then, the existing 9-hole golf course at the site remains open, as does an information centre where players can find out more about the new facility and register for special pre-opening discounts.
The TopGolf concept was introduced back in 2000 when the first Centre was opened in Watford, Hertfordshire. The company has since opened a second TopGolf Centre in Chigwell, Essex, and over 180,000 players have experienced this brand new way to play golf.
“TopGolf is like all other great ideas – it’s nice and simple,” said Stephen Lewis, chief executive. “We have found that experienced golfers love it and it has also proved extremely successful at attracting newcomers into the game.”
TopGolf Addlestone will feature a fully re-developed 64-bay two-tier range, a 9-hole par-3 golf course, a fitness club containing a wide range of cardio-vascular and strength training equipment, a fully licensed cafà©/bar and a golf shop operated by American Golf. Golf tuition is available for golfers of all abilities including adults and juniors
TopGolf is currently offering Founder Memberships at the Centre for a special price of just £30 per adult (discounts for family, junior and student memberships are also available). That entitles a member to:

  • £10 game credit
  • Free half hour golf assessment
  • 1 free round on the 9-hole course
  • Advance bay booking facility
  • Reduced price green fees at local courses
  • Plus game card allowing them to track their progress each time they play

TopGolf’s new centre in Addlestone opens in July www.topgolf.co.uk.

       

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