It is one of our key aims to bring new people into the game, and as part of our commmitment to the sport, we welcome all juniors to our
world -class facilities to try golf for the first time. We have built strong ties with local schools, the County Sports Partnership and the Golf Foundation to encourage children into the game.
Our Junior Merit Award Scheme, for children aged 12 and under at the start of September school term, is designed to take youngsters from beginner through to their first official handicap.
The scheme is specifically designed around our own facilities, creating a detailed pathway for players to follow before joining as members. The scheme is a mixture of "process" and "outcome" tasks, giving children a challenge, some fun and a broad introduction to the game.
Junior Academy Merit Awards take the pupil to the point where they can participate in short course competitions.
Level 4 takes them through to their first official CONGU golf handicap.
PGA Advanced Head Coach , Neil Harvey Telephone 01526 351837 Email email@example.com
Group and individual coaching at the National Golf Centre Academy
benefits from having great facilities, a vibrant Junior Section and expert
coaches who are passionate about Junior Golf.
We closely follow evert step of a player's improvement and take care
to provide the right environment for maximum fun and progress.
The Junior Academy is now one of the largest in the region, with
increase participation and success for all young golfers.
Archie Qualtrough (10) achieved a 17 handicap, and raised over £2,500, including Gift Aid, for 4 causes - The Golf Foundation, CRY, YoungMinds and the Finlay Cooper Fund
Will King (11) raised £800 for Lincolnshire Down Syndrome Support Group
Henry Price (8) came 9th in the European Final of the Wee Wonders in St. Andrews
Jake Ball (15) cut his handicap from 45 to 5 in 18 months
Freya Woodiwiss (13) cut her handicap from 45 to 25 in 14 months
Josh Woodiwiss (15) cut his handicap from 45 to 23 in 12 months
McKenzie Lewis (10) cut his handicap from 45 to 25 in 5 months
St Hughs School accept their first pupil onto the Golf Scholarship Program at Woodhall Spa
26 Par 3 Competitions played on the Short Game Area
Day Level Time No. of Weeks Price pp
Monday Advanced 5 to 6pm 4 each wk £20 (practice/coaching)
Wednesday Beg./int. 5 to 6pm 6 £36 (start 6/9/17)
Wednesday Advanced 6 to 7pm 6 £36 ( “ )
Friday Under 7’s 4 to 4.30pm each wk £5pw (start 1/9/17)
Friday Par 3 Comp. 5pm each wk £5 (until end sept.)
Saturday Beginners 9 to 10am 6 £36 (start 9/9/17)
Saturday Intermediates 10 to 11am 5 £30 ( “ )
No lesson 30/9/17
Saturday Int/advanced 10 to 11am 5 £30 (start 9/9/17)
No lesson 30/9/17
Saturday Int/adv. 11.15 to 12.15pm 5 £30 (start 9/9/17)
No lesson 30/9/17
QEGS Satellite group at 5pm Mondays - Please contact Neil for details
The Combination of the Junior Pathway, expert coaching, great facilities and teamwork
at the National Golf Centre, is producing a series of top young home-grown players. Neil Harvey's
work in long-term talent development is highly regarded nationally, and he is happy to talk to any
parents about how to nurture ability in their children while avoiding the pitfalls.
We work in partnership with a number of specialists in child sport development, using the
latest research and technology. Our new gym facilities will give us a huge advantage over any
other junior academy wishing to create top class young players.
St Hughs School, Woodhall Spa's Preparatory School, offers a Golf and Education Scholarship
Program with us for talented youngsters . Please contact Chris Ward on 01526 352169
In the last season
Several young players selected for County
coaching, and one for East Midlands Boys
County selection for Girls
Spanish Junior Open selection
European Junior Tour Event winners
Is a weekly 6-hole medal event usually played on the Short Game area.
Classed as a coaching session, it gives players who have reached Level 3 of the merit award scheme the chance to learn how to compete for
the first time. Apart from being great fun , it gives parents, coaches and players the chance to monitor progress, the children's learning
evironment, and to provide advice. In 2016 we staged 24 events, each qualifying for an Order of Merit Trophy.
PGA Advanced Head Coach, Neil Harvey
Telephone: 01526 351837. Email firstname.lastname@example.org