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The World of Golf driving range at New Malden in south-west London, has opened the most advanced golf teaching facility in the UK to help golfers of all abilities take their game to the next level with the very latest game-improvement technologies.

The World of Golf’s new Performance Centre – open to the public every day for 75 hours a week – is the only UK facility that boasts GC2 Launch Monitor with HMT, Trackman, Flightscope, Science & Motion (SAM) putting and the latest Swing Catalyst technologies all under the one roof.

Designed to improve the games of serious golfers and newcomers alike, the new six-bay facility was opened by three-time European Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher and is part of a £750,000 investment which includes the provision of nine PGA-qualified coaches, including three from the UK’s Top 100 golf tutors.

Among the highly-rated coaches available for teaching sessions in the new Performance Centre are World of Golf Master Professionals John Woodroffe – who has taken nearly 50,000 lessons in his career – Duncan Woolger and Ian Clark, as well as Teaching Professionals Grant Guerin and Brian Lee.

Each lesson at the Centre will be filmed and then emailed to the student with a voice-over to ensure they understand the technical analysis of their game and what to practice.

For more information on the Performance Centre and the technologies involved in each of the six bays, please see the attached fact sheet or go to www.worldofgolf.co.uk.

To book lessons, please call World of Golf on 0208 949 9200.

Source: World of Golf

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