Washington Virtual Golf Center Offers Free Open House As Company Celebrates Success Of First Six Months In Business

The Virtual Golf Center was launched by Emma Watkins, 39, and John Briggs, 40, in April this year, as the country emerged from months of lockdown.

To celebrate a successful six-month opening, The Virtual Golf Center will host an Open House where golfers can enjoy 20 minutes of free play and participate in a raffle where you can win 50, 10 or five hours of free play. .

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The Virtual Golf Studio launched in April this year

Emma said: “Since the launch in April 2021, the company has grown and grown steadily stronger.

“It didn’t just become a place to practice and improve your game or play a round of golf with a friend, but a real community was formed. It was great to see customers come together to play together on Sponsor Day and Corporate Day. , make new friendships.

“The feedback has been incredible and we are overwhelmed by the positive reviews and reaction from customers when they first come to the studio. Feedback from our customers is exactly what we strive to achieve. “

The idea for the business arose after golf enthusiast John, who previously worked in removals, missed the golf course during the lockdown.

The studio celebrates a successful first semester of activity

After their successful launch, John and Emma are already looking to the future and are currently in the process of creating an indoor winter league.

Emma added: “Since building a great community we are in the process of organizing an indoor winter league, as the dark nights approach we wanted to offer something more to our clients as well as practice. your game or challenge a friend on one of the courses. around the world. “

The Virtual Golf Center Open House will take place on Sunday October 17th with golfers of all ages and skill levels encouraged to participate.

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Emma Watkins, 39, and John Briggs, 40

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