Rose Hall Developments Limited will on Saturday, March 7, 2020, embark on a Free Golf Clinic for locals who are interested in learning the game of Golf.
Yes, You heard right – FREE!!
We heard you too and we are opening up our doors to teach you the game of Golf
No pre-registration, clubs or golf gears required – all you have to do is SHOW UP at the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course on Saturday at 9AM, ready to learn!
Our in- house Golf Professionals and Coaches will be on location ready to teach and have some fun!
Wont be able to make this clinic?
That’s Okay. The Free Golf Clinic will again be held on March 14, 2020 at Rose Hall Jamaica’s, White Witch Golf Course, from 9am – 12noon.
Rose Hall Developments Limited is the parent company of the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course. The company is offering a free golf clinic to locals who are interested in the game of golf. Registration does not attract a fee and interested participants will not be processed for playing without completion of this form.
Offer & Sign Up
This Free Clinic will be taught in two parts. On March 7, 2020 Clinic attendees will experience golf lessons at our Cinnamon Hill Golf Course and on March 14, 2020 – The clinic will continue at our White Witch Golf Course. This is to facilitate play on two golf courses with different designs and experiences. You will be required to pre- register for the second chapter of the clinic which will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020. This is so that the organizers can plan accordingly for the expected number of persons.
Every clinic attendee should be dressed appropriately. No sandals or sleeveless or Jeans. Why so specific you may ask? Well our friends from Golf Week did a wonderful job of explaining the traditions and ettiquette of Golf Attire:
“The clothing in golf is a part of the decorum of the game, perhaps more so than any other sport. Not only is there an unspoken etiquette, but most golf courses have a dress code that requires particular attire in order to play. These dress codes are not as restrictive as the rules for PGA Tour or LPGA Tour players, but they are designed to ensure that amateur players adhere to a certain protocol to help maintain the game’s traditions. It is always a good idea to check with course management about the club’s dress code.”