Golf’s next generation.
The ABCs of movement.

Junior golfers between the ages of 6 and 12 are learning the basics of the swing. But they wouldn’t be able to do that without learning the ABCs of movement – Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed – first. These four skills, identified by movement experts, are critical to learning any sport. In fact, children won’t acquire all these skills by only playing golf.

At this age, more is more
Playing as many different sports and games as possible is the best way for your child to improve their movement ABCs. Ball sports like soccer help develop agility and speed. Gymnastics is great for developing balance and coordination. The same goes for tennis, hockey and baseball. The more sports your child has played, the better off they’ll be when learning golf.

Enrich their childhood

Golf provides hours of fun, interaction and learning outdoors in a safe environment. We’d love to start your child on a lifelong journey with the game. And part of the coaching will be developing their ABCs of movement. If that’s something you’d like for your child, when we next see you, let’s talk about it, or