Doncaster golf course prepared for influx of players as majors begin
Golfers looking to practice their putting, work on their swing or add yards to their drive are expected at the 18-hole golf course on the outskirts of Doncaster.
Beginners are also welcome on the scenic South Yorkshire countryside course, run by Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust (DCLT).
The first of four major golf championships, the Masters Tournament, takes place April 7-9 at the Augusta National Golf Club in the United States.
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Then comes the PGA Championship in May and the US Open in June.
The historic 150th Open Championship in July will take place in St Andrews, Scotland, with record crowds and the world’s greatest players expected.
During a spring and summer filled with top quality golf, Crookhill Park Golf Course will be open to members and non-members for friendly rounds in impressive surroundings.
Steve Parker, Group Manager, said: “When it comes to major tournaments, it’s wonderful that we continue to see an increase in interest from new golfers and those who are inspired to refine their game.
“Crookhill Park is a beautiful and welcoming course for all players – whether you’re a future Open champion or still trying to tell the difference between a putter and a pitching wedge!”