Bramall Park Pro shop

In the suburbs of leafy Cheshire, the professional shop at Bramall Park boasts one of the best ranges of ladies’ golf clothing in the North West. Craig Daggitt has been a PGA professional for 16 years and he started at Bramall Park in 2012.

“When I first started at Bramall Park I noticed that the pro shops in the local area didn’t stock a lot of clothing and accessories for ladies,” said Craig. “So I decided to concentrate on making our range as extensive and varied as possible.”

“If we don’t have the product that a customer wants, we will always order it in for them to try and of course there is no obligation to buy. We aim to provide the best possible service to everyone who comes to the club.”

Their extensive range includes brands such as Röhnisch, Daily Sports, Puma, Galvin Green, Surprize Shop, FootJoy and Puma.

Ping Custom FittingCustom fitting at Bramhall Park

By using a Trackman system Bramall Park are able to gather the most accurate custom fitting data possible.

“Our club range includes some of the best brands in the industry, such as Callaway, Taylormade, Ping, Mizuno and Titleist,”
said Craig.

Online store:

“Based on the success of the shop, we decided to go online so that we could provide the same quality of ladies’ fashion to the whole country,” Craig said.

“We offer a slightly smaller range of products on the web, however we are looking to grow as each year goes by. We currently stock Röhnisch, Daily Sports and Surprize Shop, but we are adding more brilliant brands all the time.”

“We aim to provide female golfers with clothes that make them look good, feel good, and as a result hopefully play better!”

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MissGolfer are offering Lady Golfer readers 10% off by using discount code ladygolfer10 until 31/08/17.

Deliveries take 3-5 working days by courier. All orders over £100 will be sent on a next day delivery service.

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Alex Perry


Alex is a Devonian who enjoys wittering on about his south west roots, Alex moved north to join NCG after more than a decade in London, the last five of which were with ESPN. Away from golf, Alex follows Torquay United and spends too much time playing his PlayStation or his guitar and not enough time practising his short game.

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