THE latest revolutionary handheld GPS product, which allows golfers to accurately view course distances as well as detailed maps and yardage information of any course, is available at Wynyard Golf Club.
The club's pro shop is now selling the latest G300 Snooper Shotmiser, which has been reviewed as being 'quite possibly the most technologically advanced handheld GPS system the industry has ever seen'.
The compact touch screen system allows golfers to view full colour maps of each hole, obtain distance to preferred layup point, assess the line of approach and rotate and zoom to any hole. Special features include MP3 and MP4 player, photo viewer and a 2.7" full colour LCD display.
Other new additions to Wynyard Pro-Shop include the latest summer range by J.Lindeberg, new Puma Swing GTX golf shoes and Taylormade R9 drivers.
Andrew Betts, of Wynyard Golf Club, said: "The G300 is one of several new lines now available for sale and is proving to be popular with players of all ages and abilities.
"Golfers can obtain detailed images and comprehensive information for any course they play or wish to play so it could become one of this year's must have products."
For more details contact Wynyard Golf Club Pro Shop on 01740-644399 ext 22 or email: email@example.com
BOLDON Golf Club has received sponsorship for the Gents North Durham League Team and the Junior North East League Team from Gladedale.
Gladedale is a privately owned, national residential house building and property development company specialising in new build, city regeneration, historical restoration and refurbishment projects.
Gladedale have a prestigious new development at West Boldon (nestled on the corner of Hylton Lane and Dipe Lane) - Hall Green Manor is a collection of stylish, single and two-storey traditional stone built cottages ranging in size from two to five bedrooms, in a mature conservation area.
The company is also helping the golf club in other areas of sponsorship.
The Boldon men's and junior teams are pictured with captain Lee Monaghan, vice-captain Norman Thompson and club secretary/manager Alastair Greenfield.