Under-16s have until the end of the week to take advantage of Green Sefton’s free one-year junior golf membership offer worth £80.
If they sign up before the end of Friday, U16s can take advantage of a year’s free play at Sefton Council’s Bootle and Southport courses.
Sefton Council is the governing body for the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton in the historic county of Lancashire and the ceremonial county of Merseyside, north-western England.
To qualify, U16s must register at the Bootle Golf Club or Southport Golf Links shops.
They will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must provide proof of age.
In addition to this offer, green fees at the two courses have been frozen or the second year running.
This means adult prices start from just £13 with Twilight Tickets from only £8.50. Twilight green start at 4pm at Bootle and at Southport with a further reduction at Southport from 6pm. Over 60s can play for £9 Monday to Friday.
A round for young people aged up to 16 is just £8, or free if they take advantage of the free membership offer this week.
Costs for 12 months’ play with a contract also remain frozen and start from just £110. Unlike some other clubs, if a further national lockdown has to be implemented, contracts will, once again, frozen so that members do not lose out.
To protect players and staff, card payments are preferred at both courses.
At Bootle, work is underway to build a new, 10-bay driving range, but it is not affecting play.
Due to open late this year, the new driving range will include practice facilities and a dedicated coaching bay. Floodlights will mean players can practise during the evening and during the winter months.
To learn more about Sefton Council’s golfing facilities at www.sefton.gov.uk/golf