Stanedge Golf Club owner Fame Tate to coach at The Open
Stanedge Golf Club owner and director Fame Tate has been selected as one of a team of PGA Professionals that will be providing free golf lessons to the public at the 2021 Open Championship.
The team will deliver thousands of free 15-minute coaching lessons to spectators attending this year’s event at Royal St. George’s, which takes place from July 11-18.
The lessons will be delivered in the Swingzone area under strict COVID-19 regulations, with social distancing in place for each lesson, while all PGA coaches will be wearing protective masks and sanitising equipment will also be provided.
In 2019 at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, the Swingzone team delivered more than 2,700 lessons throughout Open Championship week.
Former Ladies European Tour golfer Tate said: "I am absolutely delighted to have been selected as one of 16 coaches representing the PGA.
“I have worked in previous Swingzones at The Ladies British Open and The Solheim Cup so I am very much looking forward to the experience at The Men's British Open and working with a fantastic team of coaches.
"The Swingzone is a superb chance to display how we work as coaches, giving more people the opportunity and accessibility to have a go at golf or develop their game further."
If you are attending this year’s Open Championship and would like to book a free 15-minute lesson with a PGA Professional, visit the Swingzone area located alongside the 18th fairway and speak to a member of The PGA team.