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Tourism Workers Offered Free Golf Lessons

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One of the Bermuda’s leading golf professionals is offering free golf lessons for tourism industry workers over the winter months, with Kim Swan noting the island’s unique connection with the sport, saying that golf is an “important part of Bermuda’s tourism product.”

The Port Royal Golf Developmental Program, headed by Mr. Swan, will offer free golf coaching during the winter months, taking place on Mondays from 12.00pm to 1.00pm, with golf clubs, practice balls, and golf coaching all free to industry service providers during that time.

The promotion is aimed at industry service providers, particularly hotel concierge, taxi drivers, tour operators, and mini bus operators.

Mr Swan said, “Golf is an important part of Bermuda’s tourism product and it is incumbent upon us to have as many persons working withing the industry golf literate as possible.

“In addition, golf encourages persons and our tourists to enjoy our great outdoors‎ in Bermuda, with its unmatched views; the more people that appreciate and enjoy what we have the better.

“This offer is a way for me to help grow the game, expose more and share my passion and love for golf.”

Those interested in taking part should contact Mr. Swan by email at kimswangolf@gmail.com to register. For more information about golfing opportunities in Bermuda, click here, and for a map of the island’s many golf courses, click here.

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