At theGolfPROjx, we help every level of golfer to Know Your Game. We’ll equip you with the tools to improve your technique and your round.
Run by PGA Professional Graham Cox, theGolfPROjx was established with a mission to create a more enlightened way of playing golf.
At theGolfPROjx you can choose how you spend your session – a playing lesson (choose your course!), a putting lesson, full game analysis…Secure your booking by selecting the date and time. Reservations are made in 1-hour blocks, however you can secure multiple dates and times.
Kitted out with a Trackman4 and Zen Greenstage, we’ve got state of the art technology to enable all levels of golfer to practice more intelligently. As well as PGA professional coaching, you’ll also have sports psychologist TheMindGuy to hand.
From 17th May, Trackman can be used for practice and play for individuals or in groups of up to 4 players. For multi-hour packages, please book your first tee time. Upon your first visit you will be provided with a membership code to reserve future tee times.
Find us: TheGolfPROjx, Unit 2A, Osborne Court, Thelwall New Road, Grappenhall. WA4 2LS
We have invested in the latest technology available. To better understand what they do then feel free to visit their sites.
The Golf PROjx Story
theGolfPROjx’s foundation is a love of golf, and a drive to create a more enlightened way of practising.
When the UK went into lockdown 1.0 in March 2020 – the start of the golf season, I invested in a Trackman hoping to use lockdown for productive practice. Previously, practice typically meant hitting hundreds of balls obsessively focusing on perfecting my technique, chasing the perfect form.
With Trackman, I was able to measure my performance during skills based tests, recreating a competitive environment. The real results were shown when professional golf did briefly re-open; I had three competitive wins.
This powerful bit of kit was truly transformative. The more golfers – both professional and amateur – I spoke to, the more it became obvious that there was an appetite for a more flexible but measurable approach to practice. My friend Iain Highfield calls it ‘game-like training’.
So, I set out to find a way to make the most of Trackman – and to open up its capabilities to my fellow professionals and passionate amateur golfers. To open up meaningful golf practice to more people, and to create a community along the way.
With the help of some golf enthusiast investors, a warehouse in Warrington has become theGolfPROjx, a state-of-the-art indoor golf facility. Members will have access to everything they need to make the most of the tech – expert PGA coaching, game analysis, even a sports psychologist. Now our project is to take it from a ‘facility’ to a members’ club.