Castle Royle Golf & Country Club is the perfect course to learn or perfect your golf. Starting off in our Practice Range and Putting Area, and you will be competent enough to take on our critically acclaimed 18 Hole Championship Course in no time!

Learn to Play Golf for Beginners

If you are a complete beginner, our team of PGA Golf Teaching Professionals can provide you one-to-one or group lessons to run you through all the elements of the great game. Using our fully-equipped Practice Range and Putting Area, you will learn everything you need to know to get out on the course, including;

  • The setup – Grip, stance, ball positioning
  • Perfecting your golf swing
  • Putting
  • Chipping
  • Getting out on the Course

Improve your Golf – for Intermediate and Low Handicap Players

Regardless of your ability, golf is a game where there is always room for improvement. Here at Castle Royle you can enjoy first-class tuition from our fully qualified PGA Professionals, who will assess every aspect of your game and help you to improve on the weaker areas. With the help of state-of-the-art video analysis equipment, the Pros will provide you with tailored golf tuition to iron out bad habits and reduce your handicap.

Golf Lessons are available for visitors as well as members. For more information and to book lessons with our Golf Professionals, call now on 01628 820 740 or visit

October 2015: Rob Watts lands England Boys Head Coach Role
Our Head Professional Rob Watts, who coached Darren Clarke when he won The Open, has been appointed lead coach for the England Golf boys’ squad.

He will deliver the national boys’ coaching programme and support England boys’ teams at specific events throughout the year. He has extensive coaching experience and works with golfers across a wide spectrum, from European Tour players to elite amateurs and county squads as well as beginners and improvers. He has been an England Golf u16s regional squad coach for the past three years and currently works with three England internationals.

Rob who is an advanced fellow of the PGA and also has qualifications in exercise, nutrition and lifestyle coaching.

“It is a great honour and I am very proud to have been given the opportunity to work with our national boys’ team,” he said. “It is a very exciting time, I am very much looking forward to meeting and working with the boys, specialist coaches and management so we can continue to aspire and deliver performances for England Golf on an international level.”

Nigel Edwards, England Golf’s Performance Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome Rob to his new role in our team and look forward to working with him.”