Enjoy better golf with our professional golf coaching

Bletchingley Golf Club, in association with Mercedes Benz of Caterham, has recently invested in the refurbishment of its practice facilities which are now also available to the public. With this significant investment Bletchingley Golf Club has one of the best game improvement facilities in the area.

Why Coaching?

Golfers will be able to practice within the confines of the covered brick-built shelter, playing from all-weather premier tee turf, using premium Callaway range balls.

If your short game requires attention, then the all-weather short game area and all-weather green is ideal to home in your wedge game. Our premier nylon golf green, complete with 3-hole positions and a surround of Huxley premier fringe, measures approximately 30 feet x 45 feet. A bunker has also been installed adjacent to the green for any golfer wishing to improve their play from the sand.

We also provide 2 practice nets by the 1st tee and a generously sized undulating putting green that will test your ability from all distances.

An ideal facility to learn and improve your golf game.

Lessons will cover:

  • Golf Fundamentals
  • Swing Basics
  • Short Game
  • Long Game
  • Course Management

Our Staff

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Steven Cookson - PGA Head Professional

I have significant experience in coaching all ages and standards, and I heartily believe that the key to good golf is keeping the game simple and fun. I like to use many of the new swing aids to promote the feel of a technically sound swing. These aids include the latest in Video/Computer technology. Bletchingley Golf Club has always been very proactive in recruiting juniors and I organise regular coaching sessions for both junior members and visitors.

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Ben Daniels - PGA Teaching Professional

Having started golf at a young age, coming from a family of golf enthusiasts, Ben enjoyed much success as a junior and at club and county level. In 2006 he accepted a scholarship to play college golf in Texas. It was a valuable experience and gave him access to some of the best coaches in the world. It was here that he developed an insatiable appetite for golf, which led him to turn professional. Ever since, he's continued to examine the game in-depth with a particular interest in the science be

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Steve Furlonger - PGA Professional

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