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Blue Mountain Golf Course and Driving Range Lives On

2.59pm 1st May 2015 - People

Blue Mountain Golf Course
Blue Mountain Golf Course

Blue Mountain Golf Course at Binfield, Bracknell is to stay open until at least 2016 while owners, Luff, seek planning on the site. The operation of the Golf Course and Driving Range has been taken over by Neil Dainton Golf Consultancy Ltd., an extremely experienced golf management organisation.

Director Neil Dainton said “We are absolutely delighted to extend the life of this fantastic golf course. Furthermore the Driving Range has been leased for a minimum of five years, so local golfers will still have a fantastic practice facility for years to come. We are offering a “Lifetime*” seven day per week access to the Course for just £500, which represents outstanding value”

The Driving Range boasts a superb 33 bay, 350 yard, floodlit practice area, open 7 days a week from 7am – 7pm.

Neil said “Reports of Blue Mountains demise are premature, my colleague Steve Coles and I ran Blue Mountain for 10 years between 1995 – 2005 for American Golf (UK) Ltd and we are thrilled to be involved again in being able to offer this great facility to local golfers”

*Lifetime offer is until the course closes or till 30th April 2016 whichever is the sooner.

Neil Dainton of Neil Dainton Golf Consultancy Ltd

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