Macmillan Charity Challenge play on at Sharpley

The Macmillan Charity Challenge of 72 holes had to be cancelled at Seaham Golf course. Sharpley Golf with it superb drainage once again came up Trumps!
Brian Judson, Gary Booth, William Brewster and James Mason on a day which saw almost every Co Durham course closed, played on the well drained Sharpley course near Sunderland/Durham for this Charity Event.

Director of Golf

Simon, Director of Golf on the balcony at Sharpley Golf near Seaham.Co Durham.
Saturday was a mixed day of plenty of sun and a few showers. The greens were in excellent condition.

"Greatest round of golf in my life" at Sharpley Golf

Alan a visitor from Derry, Ireland. He quoted"Greatest round if golf in my life, what a fantastic course"
We had Guinness on for a 2 for 1 pity that Alan was driving!

Golf course in the best of conditions

Sharpley Golf has had some great comments today. 'Best condition since it opened'
This is thanks to Ritchie and his team. Improving the Golfing experience for the players.
Ladies below having a golf lesson with Julie, one of the Professionals here at Sharpley.

Sunday and calm on the golf course

Mending pitch marks, quiet and peaceful, no rain as they predicted. What the weatherman always seem to get it wrong on the coast.

The Ninth Green at Sharpley

Today the golfers were enjoying a glorious morning. The greens were sanded and brushed earlier on in the week making them very fast for the Saturday golfers visiting.

Sharpley Golfs young talent

Lewis Reay aged 10 years and his friend Adam Skelland aged 9 years both play for Durham County. Having a few hours practise on Sharpley Golfs Academy Driving Range between Houghton-le-Spring and Seaham.
Simon Robinson with Julie, teaching children during the school holidays ,getting children out and about learning new skills.