Golfers from Parley Court Golf Club hit the spot when they raised almost £1,500 for Macmillan Caring Locally.
A long-established charity golf day named after the BBC’s ‘voice of golf’ has raised more than £40,000 for disabled youngsters. The 33rd annual Peter Alliss Invitational Charity Golf Day – the longest-running golf charity event in the south – was held at Ferndown Golf Club. Since its inception in 1987 the event has raised more than £1.25 million for the … Read More
Parley Golf Centre has combined gaming and golf by installing Toptracer Range ball-tracing technology – the first club in the area to do so. Bays in the driving range have a screen that shows the trajectory of the ball that has been hit, the distance, ball speed, launch angle and many other stats.
After 14 years playing a weekly round of golf Neil Holdaway sank the first hole-in-one of his life at Parley Golf Centre. He launched his Titleist ProV 1 ball with a 52 degree gap wedge on the 110-yard, 17th hole.
Native flowers will soon be adding beauty around the course at Parley Golf Centre with seeds being planted to encourage more wildlife. The course was extended in 2017 and now it has bedded in staff are adding some finishing touches, including the planting of Beebombs.
A charity which grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses is flagging up a fundraising golf day. Round Table Children’s Wish is looking for teams of golfers to tee off at Dudsbury Golf Club in Ferndown on August 16 to help boost the charity’s funds. The day kicks off with a bacon bap and coffee on arrival followed by 18 … Read More
Golfers keen to hide their faces when they mishit a shot can now do so at Parley Golf Centre – by playing at night.
Golfers on a Dorset course whose balls kept disappearing from the fairway have identified the culprit – a crow. The mischievous birdie has been spotted at Parley Golf Centre swiping the balls and flying off with them.
Parley Golf Centre handed over a cheque for £1,101 to Macmillan Caring Locally after its charity day. The money will go towards Macmillan’s ‘Brick by Brick’ appeal which aims to raise £9m for a new palliative care unit at Christchurch Hospital.
A charity day held at Parley Golf Centre raised more than £1,100 for Macmillan Caring Locally’s ‘brick by brick’ appeal. The golfers played a three-team Texas Scramble in Texas-style heat on the course that last year received £250,000 of investment.