Harry Styles ‘joins the lavish £5,000-a-year golf club in a bid to relax between tour dates’
Harry Styles ‘joins the lavish £5,000-a-year golf club in a bid to relax between his Love On Tour dates with the star in hopes of mastering the sport’
Harry Styles is said to have joined a lavish £5,000 a year golf club to help him relax between tour dates.
The 28-year-old former One Direction star, who is said to be worth £100m, has apparently hit a few balls on the course in his spare time.
And Harry has adhered to the strict dress code at Highgate Golf Club, north London, which requires him to wear only smart casual clothes or smart jeans.
Game player: Harry Styles, 28, is said to have joined a lavish £5,000-a-year golf club to help him relax between tour dates
A source said The sun: ‘Harry has been spotted at the club several times and enjoys training in his spare time.
“The venue has a pretty strict and elegant dress code, which it always adheres to.
“He seems quite keen to master the sport and seems to take it very seriously.”
Playful: The former One Direction star, who is said to be worth £100million, apparently hit a few balls on the course during his downtime
Harry isn’t the only One Direction band member to be a golf fan – with Niall Horan and Liam Payne playing.
It comes after Harry was compared to late Queen star Freddie Mercury after his ‘spellbinding’ string of gigs.
He wowed audiences around the world with his show Love On Tour.
Some viewers have compared him to music legend Freddie, known for his flamboyant performances before his tragic death in 1991.
Stellar performance: It comes after Harry was compared to the late Queen’s frontman Freddie Mercury (right) after his series of ‘mesmerizing’ gigs on his show Love On Tour
Those in attendance said Harry had his own “Freddie Mercury moment”, referencing the singer’s most famous performance at Live Aid in 1985, where he had an unforgettable back and forth with the crowd.
Video of the gig shared by fans showed the hitmaker showing off his vocal range as he mimicked the famous moment, with fans singing to him like they did with Freddie at Live Aid.
Some fans even think Harry’s meteoric rise as a solo pop star has eclipsed his former boy band’s level of fame and is now even bigger than One Direction ever was.
Along with the video, a fan of the show explained what was going on at the time: “He was having his ‘Freddie Mercury at Live Aid’ moment, with the whole Wembley Stadium in his hands and singing along to his work. ” You could see how moved he was.
Meanwhile, another added: ‘I was lucky enough to have lived long enough to experience Freddie and Harry. I don’t think Harry would ever compare himself to Freddie.
“However, they both have a way of mesmerizing an audience and leaving us hanging on the edge of our seats to see what they do next.”
Incredible: As well as singing, Harry (pictured) turned his talents to design as he collaborated with Italian fashion house Gucci to create a new ‘1970s bohemian pop’ capsule collection