Get free lessons under expert guidance

JERRIE VALLI
Last updated 05:00 05/02/2014

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Golf Southland's free Get Into Golf lessons are on again, starting on Monday, at Donovan Park.

These lessons are a fantastic way to get started in the game. All participants will be under the expert guidance of Scott Riordon, the pro at Invercargill Golf Club.

While we can't promise instant success, we can promise that this is one of the best possible ways to get a grip on the game.

Everyone at the lessons has either just started the game, or is yet to start, so everyone is in the same boat - starting from the beginning and learning the basics.

If you, or anyone you know is interested in having a go, check out the Golf Southland website for details - take a look at the Get Into Golf page.

The dates and times for the free lessons are:

Monday, February 10, 5.30pm-7pm

Thursday, February 13, 5.30pm-7pm

Monday, February 17, 5.30pm-7pm

Thursday, February 20, 5.30pm-7pm

If you have any questions, please contact Golf Southland at golfsouthland@woosh.co.nz.

Golf Club's sponsors day is being held on February 23 and all sponsors of the club are invited for a fun round of golf at the club. The day is designed for members and sponsors and will be a three-person ambrose format, with a noon start. Sponsors are invited to bring their own teams (which may include non-members) and all inquires can be made to the club.

Two Southlanders playing in the New Zealand Men's Foursomes and the Grant Clements Memorial tournaments this weekend are Tyler McLean and Jeremy Hall.

The tournaments are both being played at Mount Maunganui Golf Club.

It's Waitangi Day tomorrow and several Southland golf clubs are hosting Waitangi Day tournaments.

Greenacres is holding a Waitangi Stableford Tournament, with an 11.45am tee-off. Entries can be made on the day and all inquiries can be directed to the club.

The Sands' open tournament has a noon start, and includes the 4BBB Stableford Invercargill Festival Trophy, the Best Gross (men/women) Summer Cup and the Best Nett (men/women) Gowfers Quaich. Entries can be made on the day and inquiries can be made to ak.lindsay@xtra.co.nz.

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Invercargill Golf Club's tournament will be split into different formats. Holes one through six will be a 4BBB stableford, holes seven through 12 will be a 4-ball aggregate stableford and holes 13-18 will be a 4-ball African stableford format. It has a noon start, is open to any combination - men, women or mixed - and inquiries can be made to info@invercargillgolf.co.nz.

- The Southland Times

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