How to Book a Session

The easiest way to book a session is to use your phone or tablet and download the ‘fibodo’ app from the App store or get it on Google Play. Then all you have to do is Find and Save “Jonathan Lamb” and book your activities – it really is that simple.

If you prefer not to use another App then you can ring the Tehidy Park Golf Club Pro shop (01209 842914) we look forward to hearing from you.

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Your Path to Improvement

From Novice to Seasoned Competitor you can always improve!

Beginners and #Getting into Golf

The first steps are sometimes the most nerve racking and exhilarating when learning a new sport or skill. We have excellent practice and training facilities at Tehidy with a practice ground, a separate putting green and short game areas, as well as an indoor teaching/simulator room which allows you to actually hit a real ball with a real club and get digital video analysis of how it went. (we’ll explain all the relevant terminology when you take your first lesson.) At Tehidy Park Golf Club our resident PGA Professional and Coach is Jonathan Lamb.

We can provide lessons for absolute beginners either individually or in small groups.

Established Golfers

Many of us have struggled on our own to identify what is ‘wrong’ with our game and why sometimes it just works, and other times we seriously consider taking up another sport.

The quickest solution is to spend some time with a coach who is trained to help you develop and maintain the best possible result whilst bearing in mind your individual physique.

Our PGA Professional and TPI trained coach Jonathan works to a target with his clients and is sympathetic to their requests and swing problems

Competitive Golf

Whatever standard you are at it is possible to find a level of competition that you’ll be comfortable with. Even the best professionals had to start somewhere and learn the art and craft of competing.

For many it is long hours of practice refining a particular element of their game, for others the struggle is a mental battle, whichever way you approach the problem it is usually easier to have a coach and mentor along the way.


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