Published on 24th Jul 2023
While Brian Harman captured the headlines on the course, the Golf Foundation were busy in the Swingzone.
Spectators enjoyed skill games using Golfway Play equipment at The 151st Open Swingzone at Royal Liverpool, courtesy of a Golf Foundation initiative.
European Ryder Cup Captain Luke Donald and two-time Major Champion Minjee Lee tried their hand at Golfway skills challenges and provided encouragement and advice to juniors in attendance.Commenting on the initiative Donald said “It is really important for kids to be exposed to the game in a fun way. It teaches them great lessons, patience, perseverance, and honesty.”
Golf Foundation CEO Brendon Pyle added, “We have welcomed hundreds of youngsters and families to try golf, right beside the course at Royal Liverpool, a fantastic opportunity courtesy of The R&A. This is just one part of our quickly growing and highly inclusive national programme for schools, supported superbly by our charity’s President Nick Dougherty."
Golfway Director of Business Development Nick Horrocks commented “It has been so rewarding to see the impact of the Golfway equipment in the Swingzone this week. We are proud to continue supporting the Golf Foundation as their equipment partner and look forward to future collaborations.”
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