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PTL Golf HQ is OFFICIALLY OPEN!!!

PTL Golf is pleased to announce the opening of its Headquarters in Farnham, Surrey.


The brand new surrey-based golf studio, comprises of state-of-the-art golf technology aimed at providing an exclusive, #elitegolfcoaching experience to PTL Golf students on a one-to-one basis.




This brand new indoor golf facility includes the latest Foresight Sports GC Quad technology, several HD cameras and large screens for review of content and has already been featured in several posts across the PTL Golf Social Media Channels. If you haven't already seen, take a look here.


With construction taking place during lockdown, the facility officially launched late summer with the first clients through the door in July. The investment, which allows PTL Golf students your own private experience of one-on-one coaching, has meant that elite golf coaching from PTL Golf has been extended to Hampton Court Palace, The Shire, Bletchingly park, Online via the Skillest Platform as well as from our HQ in Farnham. To view our schedule and make a booking please click here.




With an increasingly diverse student list, we are excited to be able to offer a host of options to everyone with the aim of ensuring a comfortable setting is available to all as well as the ability to offer world class facilities that cater for all areas of the game, different levels of golfer and different styles of learning.


Pete Lockett, Owner of PTL Golf, said: “It has been an incredible journey with PTL Golf to get to this point and now, being able to offer a facility of this standard a stones throw from my house is a dream come true.


Our emphasis has always been on providing the very best to our students, whether that is the facilities we work with in The Shire and Hampton Court Palace or partnerships with world-renowned companies like Calalway Golf and TravisMathews. We hope the investment we continue to make in ourselves and the business reflects the professional approach we are taking to being able to better not only ourselves but our students expectations.”

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