16 July 2013

By Kevin Brown, Courses Editor

Golfers are being given an exclusive opportunity to experience the many benefits of becoming a member at one of the leading clubs in the south-west of England this summer.

For a limited time only, players can take advantage of the first-class facilities available at The Manor House Golf Club in Castle Combe, near Bath, with the Wiltshire venue’s enticing ‘Member For A Day’ package.

For £100 per person, people can enjoy coffee and a bacon roll on arrival, 18 holes with a buggy on The Manor House’s championship course – rated the best in the county by the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in England’ – and a meal from the club’s Great British menu with a drink of your choice from the bar after the round.

In addition, prospective members will also receive a 15-minute golf lesson on the club’s driving range with one of the its experienced team of teaching professionals and their own Manor House-crested polo shirt, while golfers who decide to join will receive a £100 discount on their membership fees.

The Manor House Golf Club, which is set in 365 acres of stunning countryside, is owned by the Exclusive Golf group alongside Mannings Heath Golf Club in Horsham, West Sussex, with both venues featuring in the latest ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in England’ standings.

Steve Slinger, Exclusive Golf’s manager, said: “The Manor House has a reputation for being one of the warmest and friendliest clubs in England.

“It’s our desire to give visitors the best possible experience and there really is no better way to enjoy the outstanding facilities available than by putting yourselves in the shoes of a member with this exclusive offer.”

Mannings Heath is a perfect complement to The Manor House, boasting two outstanding championship golf courses and a striking clubhouse that dates back to the 17th century.

The 6,683-yard Waterfall Course is situated on land where golf has been played since the very early 1900s and has been selected to host the 2013 English Women’s Amateur Strokeplay Championship in August, while the Kingfisher Course is set in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and offers breathtaking panoramic views over the tree tops and across the South Downs.

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