South West: Caravan a welcome sight on course

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The Manor House purchases new halfway house.

A Wiltshire club is bringing a touch of American vintage to its course in a move to refresh golfers.

The Manor House, Castle Combe, has purchased a vintage Airstream Trailer, which is going to be used as a halfway house on the course.

Head professional Andrew Ryan said: “The company are all about ‘wow’ experiences, and this really was a wow.”

The trailer will be used as a halfway house throughout the winter and the resort’s Michelin-starred chef Richard Davies will be doing demos from it throughout the summer.

Airstream is the oldest-surviving company in the American caravan industry, having been formed in 1936 by Wally Byam.

The Manor House will also be hosting a night golf event on March 6.

To read more about Andrew Ryan and The Manor House Resort, check out our Pro Files feature in this month’s magazine. You can read a digital copy 

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