The national campaign to encourage people to Get into Golf has unveiled a series of ventures to, via the Cheshire Partnership, would-be golfers.
Upton-by-Chester Golf Club, based in Upton Lane, is hosting four schemes. Golf for All sessions will be held on February 4 (10am and 11am) and February 16 (11am) with Golf for Women on February 15 (1pm).

For further details contact PGA professional Steve Dewhurst on 01244 381183 or email

The Oaks Golf Club, Townfield Lane, Mollington, is running Golf for All on January 14 (2pm), January 19 (11am), February 11 (2pm) and February 16 (11am).

For further information contact PGA professional Alan Beattie on 01224 852 805 or email

De Vere Mottram Hall is offering Golf for Women on January 29 and 30 (both 10am) and Golf for All on February 2 (9.45am) and February 3 (11.30am).

PGA professional Matthew Turnock has further details on 07774 132382 or email

Eaton Golf Club, in Guy Lane, Waverton, will be encouraging ladies to take up golf on January 19 (11am) and January 27 (9am), with Golf for All on January 16 (1.30pm) and February 8 (11am).

Contact PGA professional Bill Tye on 01244 335826 or email for more information.

PGA professional James Hopley will be leading the sessions at Moorend Driving Range, in Woodford Road, Bramhall. Golf for Women takes place on January 10 (11.30am) and January 24 (7pm) with Golf for All available on January 15 (7pm) and February 2 (5pm).

Contact 07967 650 498 or email for more information.

High Legh Park Golf Club, in Warrington Road, is running both sets of courses with Golf for Women on February 27 (10am) and February 28 (2pm) with Golf for All on March 2 (9am) and March 3 (10am).

Contact PGA professional Natalie Adams for further details on

07775 614963 or by emailing

The Tytherington Club, Macclesfield is also supporting the Get into golf initiative. PGA professional Anthony Haste will be leading Golf for Women on January 8 (10.30am) and January 13 (1pm) with Golf for All on January 8 (11.30am) and January 13 (2pm).

Further details email

Craig Thomas, the county development officer for the Cheshire County Golf Partnership, said: “The winter months may not be usually associated with golf, but these schemes offer the ideal opportunity to get started.

“There is no better time than the new year to take up a fresh challenge, and with the help of expert advice from Cheshire’s PGA professionals this is an ideal opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy a social and active hobby that will stand you in good stead for years to come.

“Starting out in group sessions alongside other people in a similar situation is a great way of learning together and making new friends.”

Get into golf is a national campaign to inspire new golfers run by the England Golf Partnership through its network of County Golf Partnerships.