Fresh off the back of a season opening 2-1 win against Derby in the F.A. Women’s National League, Wolves Women, including new signings Olivia Fergusson & Ellie Wilson, faced off against a prehistoric posse of dinosaurs at 3 Hammers Golf Complex Jurassic Creek Adventure Golf Course this week.

With Women’s football hitting the headlines following the supreme efforts of England’s Lionesses at the Women’s World Cup, Wolves Women took the chance for some early season team building to reflect on their excellent start to the season, and the increasing spotlight on the women’s game.

“We’re delighted with the result against Derby on Sunday, but it was such a shame that the Lionesses couldn’t quite finish off the World Cup with a win to make it a perfect day,” said Head Coach Dan MacNamara at the team building event. “It’s been fantastic to be part of growing the women’s game over the past few years and I’m excited for the next steps following the amazing work of the national team. Hopefully that national exposure will inspire more women to take up the game and will encourage more people to turn out to watch top quality football through the season. I can see that Ian and the team at 3 Hammers share the same focus in growing the game of golf with fantastic grassroots facilities like the Jurassic Adventure. The team have had a brilliant evening and I’m sure we’ll be back as the season progresses.”

Uniquely, 3 Hammers offers a combination of golf experiences that caters to all levels.  With a Top Tracer driving range, short course and full PGA Staff, there is a clear pathway for people to learn and develop their game without the pressures of a formal golf setting.  With the addition of Jurassic Creek Adventure Golf even more people can enjoy swinging a club either as an accessible route into the game, or simply for a lot of fun with friends and family.

“Having Wolves Women to the Complex the week after the World Cup final is a real treat,” comments Sam Hill, Business Development Manager, 3 Hammers. “The team were getting a lot of attention from visitors to the complex, and it was great to see them relaxing at Jurassic Creek after a winning start to their campaign. Since opening the Adventure Golf course we’re seeing lots more people of all ages playing golf for the first time. Providing facilities like this where people can come and have lots of fun is a great introduction to the sport and I suspect that we might see one or two of the Wolves Women coming back in the coming weeks to take the next step on their golfing journey.”


Established in 1965, The 3 Hammers has grown over the years to become a nationally recognised, award-winning golf venue.  The outstanding short course was designed by renowned golf architect Sir Henry Cotton.  Alongside this, the Golf Complex offers a Toptracer Driving Range, PGA Professional Teaching Academy with 8 PGA Professionals and a Wellbeing team consisting of a Sports Psychologist, Strength & Conditioning Coach and a Personal Trainer, an Online Shop, American Golf Store and Bar & Bistro.  The most recent addition is the Jurassic Creek, and 18-hole adventure golf course with life size animated dinosaurs www.jurassiccreek.co.uk

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.