Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

27 APR 2016

Steve Brine tees off National Golf Month in Parliament

Steve Brine MP swung into action on Wednesday 27 April to help launch National Golf Month.

The initiative, which runs throughout May, aims to inspire 100,000 new players to #getgolfing, with a particular focus on getting more women and young people taking up the sport.

Steve Brine said: "Golf is often seen as a men-only activity so I am delighted that National Golf Month is trying to change that.

"Golf is good exercise, very social and can cost a lot less than people think. I would urge my constituents to try golf via the National Golf Month website; there are offers on there from lots of Hampshire businesses so not only is it a fun and low cost way to try the sport, it is a great way to get out and see our lovely county!"

 

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