Perth Bridge Club Perth
Learn how to play Bridge at Perth Bridge Club and make new friends and face a new challenge!
The 10 week course offered by Perth Bridge Club will enable you to play bridge confidently in the club environment.
It will be intensive, stimulating and great fun!
Interactive presentations teaching card playing skills and modern Acol bidding will enable you to play practice hands each week.
Supporting lesson notes plus stimulating homework quizzes (delivered by e-mail), flashcards and directed reading will help you retain new found knowledge between lessons. (Access to, and comfort with the use of, the Internet and email essential)
The course fee includes access to The Perth Bridge Club's extensive library and teaching CD collection.
Afternoon Classes will be held on Mondays from 1.30 - 4.30 pm
Evening Classes will also be held on Mondays from 7.00 - 10.00 pm
10 weeks beginning Monday 6th January 2020
Term 2 covers ways of contesting and disrupting the opponents’ auction plus pre-emptive & higher bidding, plus more card play techniques
This might appeal to players who are already familiar with social or club bridge but who are not yet comfortable with contesting the opponent auction.
**Note: Space permitting, there may be the opportunity to join this course at Term 2.
Where: All held at Perth Bridge Club, 49 King Street, Perth, PH2 8JB.
Payable at £100 per term (includes Perth Bridge Club and Scottish Bridge Union Annual Subscription)
(*For applicants who are already members of the SBU the course fee will be £180)
If you would like to chat to someone first, please contact George, Classes Coordinator, on 07789 657236 or complete the application form on The Perth Bridge Club Website and someone will be in touch.
Perth Bridge Club is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation SCIO 049190.
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