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We have a wide range of children going to lots of different schools which makes finding days/times that consistently work for everyone nigh on impossible.
Even though there are now no limits to group numbers we will be capping sessions at a maximum of 10:1 for the foreseeable future. Please see the latest statement from England golf below.
Q – Can PGA professionals and clubs provide tuition/coaching for adults and children?
A – Yes – outdoor coaching is permitted from 29 March with no limit on group numbers for either adults or children in line with government regulation on organised sport.
All coaching should still take place under strict infection control measures and while observing social distancing.
Indoor coaching is not permitted until 12 April when it can return on a one-to-one basis. Indoor coaching according to the ‘rule of six’ can return from 17 May.
Each child will need to purchase their own "Clikka Tube" for £5 at the proshop to attend these sessions (great for your own practice too) as they will take place primarily on the top practice area / short game area to guarantee social distancing and balls will need to be collected safely.
To book please use the links below or email us if you have any problems.
1 Hour Session - £10
3 Hour Session - £30
Please email/call us if you have any questions or would like to book a private lesson or smaller group for your child and their friends (at a time to suit you) or why not book a family lesson and all learn together.
Look forward to seeing you all soon!
* PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU HAVE COVID SYMPTOMS
SUMMER TERM DATES 2021
Our Saturday coaching is incredibly popular so booking is essential and runs from 10.30 - 11.30am every week. These sessions are informative, safe and most of all great fun. Covering all aspects of the game leads to a varied and interesting structure for all.
Cost is £10.00 per child for the hour session including all balls and equipment.
Parents can use the clubhouse to grab a coffee and relax or Baths famous skyline walk adjoins the club if you or your hound needs some exercise.
Come and join us - we're a super friendly bunch!
On our three hour Holiday Camps we have the time to take the children on the main golf course which they absolutely love. Having fun in teams and playing “real golf” is the name of the game, the added bonus of a few sweets for the children and three hours to yourself make these camps even more attractive!
Costs £30 per child for the 3 hour session including all balls and equipment.
One to One
One to one sessions are a great way to fast track improvement and junior rates start at £30 for 30 minutes. Why not join your child and book one of my incredibly popular "Family Sessions" - a fantastic way to get the whole family involved.
Top 10 Reasons Kids Should Play Golf
Below is a list of the “Top 10 Reasons Kids Should Play Golf” as recommended by the Player Development Committee of the PGA of America – a group dedicated to introducing the game to people of all abilities and backgrounds.
Develop Life Long Benefits: Benefits of golf include making life-long friends and learning a game that can be played.
Spend Quality Time with Family: Golf can be an event around which all family members can gather for several hours. It is a great opportunity for parents to provide positive feedback and encouragement to children.
Spending Time Outdoors: Walking and being active in the outdoors allows for breathing in fresh air and establishes healthy exercise habits, far beyond indoor video games or television.
Business Skills: In addition to etiquette and the ability to play comfortably with new acquaintances, golf teaches self-confidence, improves the ability to work with numbers, and applies problem-solving skills that are critical in business.
Anyone Can Play: Men, women, children, people from all over the globe and all walks of life come together on a golf course. The diversity found on a golf course opens young golfers to a broader view of the world and all people.
Self-Improvement: Golf challenges the player toward constant self-improvement. Players analyse what they did well and what has to change to improve. Players develop habits of self-improvement by self-analysis skills, seeking professional instruction, and accepting critiques from others.
Etiquette and Values: Golf has a rich tradition of etiquette which lives on today. Playing golf teaches youth how to behave towards self and others, and imparts values such as truthfulness and strength during adversity.
Health: Golf is an active game and is less injury prone than contact sports. Conditioning for golf improves the strength of core muscles that support the spine, improves flexibility, and allows participants the opportunity to be active and fit.
Controlling Emotions: In golf as in life, there are achievements and disappointments. Learning from mistakes and overcoming obstacles improves a player’s game, and teaches them to optimistically carry out the same pattern in day to day life.
Fun: Young people grow up too quickly in today’s busy, technological world. Gathering with friends to play golf gives young golfers the opportunity to spend enjoyable times in friendly competition or collegial companionship.