Putting and Pimm’s!

Friday afternoons are always eagerly awaited, as they signify the end of the workweek and the beginning of a well-deserved weekend. Recently, at West Essex Golf Club, a special event took place that turned those Friday evenings into an exciting and enjoyable experience. A group of women gathered for putting lessons, creating a relaxed and supportive atmosphere for learning together. This event, hosted by the newly launched Women’s Golf Academy, offered a unique opportunity for women to enhance their golfing skills while enjoying the company of fellow enthusiasts. With the guidance of the experienced Head Golf Professional, Chris Payne, and the organisational prowess of Julia Brett, a passionate advocate for women’s golf, the event was a resounding success.

As participants arrived at the West Essex Golf Club, they were greeted with a warm welcome and a refreshing glass of Pimm’s, setting the tone for a laid-back and enjoyable evening. The event aimed to provide an introduction to the Women’s Golf Academy, and the turnout was impressive, demonstrating the growing interest and enthusiasm among women for golf. Mother Nature was undoubtedly on the side of the participants, as the weather on that Friday evening was simply perfect. The sun shone brightly, casting a warm glow over the golf course located on the London and Essex boarders, creating an ideal setting for the event.

The presence of Chris Payne, the Head Professional Golf Instructor, added immense value to the event. With his expertise and passion for the sport, Chris guided the participants through putting lessons, sharing valuable tips and techniques to improve their game. His patient and supportive teaching style created a comfortable environment where participants felt at ease to ask questions and seek personalised guidance.

In addition to the golf lessons, the event offered an exciting opportunity for participants to explore the latest trends in golf fashion. Chris Payne also organised a golf fashion sale, allowing attendees to browse and purchase stylish golf attire and accessories. This added element added a touch of excitement and gave participants the chance to update their golf wardrobes.

Julia Brett, a passionate member of the board and a staunch advocate for women’s golf, played a pivotal role in organising and running the event. Her enthusiasm and commitment to promoting women’s participation in golf shone through in every aspect of the evening. Julia’s dedication ensured that the event was well-structured, enjoyable, and provided an opportunity for women to connect, learn, and inspire one another on their golfing journeys.

If you are interested in joining please visit our page here Women’s Golf Academy. Alternatively you can call us on Tel: 0208 529 7558