Golf’s next generation.
It’s competition time.

From the age of about 16 years old, junior golfers who started their journey at 6, will move from learning to play to what the athlete development model calls “training to compete”. This is where we fine-tune skills and start to incorporate competitive elements into training.

Practice makes permanent
Lots of research into expertise has revealed that the most significant factor in mastering a skill is practice. But it’s not as simple as just hitting hundreds of golf balls for hours at a time. The quality of that practice is extremely important. We’ll help your child work on the things they need to, so they can reach their full potential.

Happy, healthy children

When a junior starts to master golf skills, we see them experience joy and excitement. They become more self-confident. They are happy and eager to learn. That’s what golf can do for your child. If you have a child who could benefit from the game, when we next see you, let’s talk about it, or