The Central London Golf Centre is a must for anyone who is a fan of the game and it has plenty to offer those who want to discover how to swing a club for the first time.
No membership is required to play the nine-hole course, which is conveniently located in the centre of Wandsworth, so perfect for those who just want a quick game.
However, any visitors wanting to improve their handicap may be interested to discover the club offers golfing lessons with top PGA coaching-qualified instructors. There is a wide range of packages available including those for beginners, as well as younger players.
If you have ever thought of starting golf, then the centre offers free one-hour golf taster sessions, where you can learn the basics of the game and try taking some shots. The perfect way to discover if you like it before spending money on equipment etc.
The Central London Golf Centre also makes for an unusual wedding location. “Golf widows” could opt to tie the knot and allow their new husband to finish off the day with a quick game!
It is also worth getting some practice in at the centre’s floodlit driving range – perfect for those darker winter months.
Prices for balls vary based on quantity bought, with 50-ball options available. It is also possible to “bulk buy” your balls, with 12 x 100 swipe cards.
Opening every day at 8am, the range is accessible until 9.30 pm Monday through to Thursday and until 9pm on Friday and Saturday, and 8pm on Sunday.
One of the great advantages of the Central London Golf Centre is that it is easy to travel to using public transport.
Bus G1 stops right outside the centre, and if travelling via the London Underground, the same bus passes by Clapham South station and Tooting Broadway station.
For those travelling via mainland rail, the golf course is around 15 minutes’ walk from Earlsfield.
Of course, you may not want to carry your golfing equipment if travelling on public transport, however, a wide range of clubs etc are available to hire directly from the centre. Options start for club hire suitable for completing a nine-hour round of golf.
The Central London Golf Centre also runs a number of competitions for those who show some talent for the sport, with monthly medals awarded to those who put in the best performances on the green.