The London Club, together with the European Tour, has submitted plans for the construction of a new European Tour Performance Institute (ETPI) complete with driving range and nine-hole Academy course.

Alongside the existing 36 holes and five-star hotel and spa, for which planning permission has already been granted, these developments encapsulate the club’s vision of becoming a world-class destination primed for hosting major golfing events.

The ETPI will be the first of its kind in the UK and will use the very latest technology, biomechanics and tools developed by elite professionals and medical specialists on the European Tour.

Golfers of all levels and abilities, including visitors from abroad will be able to optimise their capabilities and reap the benefits of over 25 years of analysis of some of the game’s greatest players, high-tech equipment and pioneering facilities.

Designed to complement the club’s Heritage and International courses, that have both hosted professional tournaments, the new nine-hole academy will be located alongside the ETPI.

Designed by award-winning architects, European Golf Design (EGD), a joint venture between the European Tour and IMG, the course will widen the appeal of London Golf Club as well as provide a much more player-friendly golf course, ideal for those learning the game, hotel guests and juniors.

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