PREMIER League footballer Jarrod Bowen and his partner Dani Dyer enjoyed a round of mini golf in Herefordshire at the weekend. 

The West Ham star was back in the county to spend time with his family due to the current international break. 

Bowen, who grew up in Leominster, tried out the new six-hole extension at Grove Golf and Bowl alongside former Love Island star Dani and his sister.


And the former Hereford United star was back there the following day with his brother Harry and dad Sam to hone his golfing skills on the driving range.

"We are always pleased to see such a great ambassador for Herefordshire," said the Grove in a post on its Facebook page.  

Meanwhile, Bowen has also donated 100 footballs and various ground equipment to Leominster Town Football Club.

Ledbury Reporter: Leominster Town under-6, under-7 and under-8 boys and girls along with chairman Andrew BarringtonLeominster Town under-6, under-7 and under-8 boys and girls along with chairman Andrew Barrington (Image: Leominster Town FC)

The 26-year-old started his meteoric rise at Leominster Minors when he was child, before eventually going all the way to play in the Premier League, as well as earning caps for England. 

Club chairman Andrew Barrington said: "This kind donation will go a very long way in assisting the youngsters in training, giving each and every one of them a ball at their feet and the equipment needed to help develop them and realise their potential.

"Jarrod continues to make us proud with all he is achieving in top flight football."  

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