Last Updated: Thu 23 Jan
At Paultons, we have a great way to encourage our juniors to get into golf, with great golf programmes all year round. As part of our ties to the Golf Foundation programme, we teach children the benefits of the game, as well as the core values of golf.
After school and at weekends, we run sessions which teach juniors vital skills. Children work to a set of colour coded levels, and their progress is monitored throughout, with the intention of getting them ready to make the jump to playing on the course.
” A kid grows up a lot faster on the golf course. Golf teaches you how to behave.” – Jack Nicklaus
Birdie and Eagle Camps are run during school holidays, and give students more time to learn and put their skills into practice, getting a realistic view of what it would be like to practice in a professional capacity.
Birdie Camp is ideal for players who have less experience that need to focus on foundational skills for each area of the game before moving up to the next level. This camp is a half-day session, running from 9am to 12pm, in which children spend the morning playing games that teach them the basics of the game.
Eagle Camp follows Birdie Camp, for the more experienced players who need to refine certain areas of their game before they can make the jump to playing. This is full day camp, from 9am to 4pm, where children spend the morning playing games to learn skills then apply and refine them in the afternoon on the course.
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