Budding golfers will be hunting for Easter eggs rather than missing golf balls during a family weekend at Broome Manor Golf Complex.
The Swindon Borough Council-run golf course will be hosting an Easter Open Weekend from Good Friday (18 April) to Easter Sunday (20 April) as a way of introducing more people to the sport.
The weekend tees off with an Easter egg hunt on the Friday where children will have the chance to search the course for hidden treats. There will also be an Easter colouring competition, which will run throughout the weekend.
For those looking to try out their swing, free taster sessions for all the family will be on offer, while putting and chipping competitions will be held on all three days.
There will be a barbecue at the golf complex on the Friday along with other Easter surprises.
The Easter Open Weekend will run from 10am until 4pm each day.
Lee Hayward, Broome Manor’s PGA Golf Professional (pictured), said: “The Easter Open Weekend is a great opportunity for families to come along and see what Broome Manor has to offer.
“There will be plenty going on for children, including our Easter egg hunt on the Friday, and parents can take advantage of some of the free taster sessions on offer.”
For more information about the Easter Open Weekend and timings of the various sessions, call Broome Manor Golf Complex on 01793 495761.