Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020 Girls must have a handicap of 35 & lower Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Sessions will alternate between Dromoland and Kinsale golf clubs. Venues are subject to change  Schedule: There will be …Read More »
Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020 Girls must have a handicap of 35 and lower Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Sessions will alternate between Lurgan and Greenacres golf clubs. Venues are subject to change  Schedule: There will be …Read More »
Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020 Girls must have a handicap of 18-35 (those with a handicap lower than 18 can also apply) Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Malahide GC Dates: The following are the dates that the sessions …Read More »
Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020 Girls must have a handicap of 18-35 (those with a handicap lower than 18 can also apply) Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Sessions will alternate between Powerscourt golf club and second venue to …Read More »
Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020 Girls must have a handicap of 35 and lower Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Sessions will be held in Carlow driving range. Golf club is to be confirmed and venues are subject …Read More »
Criteria: Girls must be Under 19 on 1st January 2020  Girls must have a handicap of 35 & lower Aim:   To give girls the opportunity to be the best that they can be  Venue: Glenlo Abbey golf club. Venues are subject to change  Schedule: There will be five events in total: four …Read More »
The leaders course is aimed at PGA Professionals, Volunteers, Parents or anyone with a keen interest in junior golf. The leaders course is a two hour workshop and covers the following: Fundamental Movement Skills Activities How to create engaging sessions using activity based learning with no technical instruction How to …Read More »
Safeguarding 1: Child Welfare and Basic Awareness Course This course educates participants on the implementation of best practice in protecting the welfare of children involved in sport. The workshop provides introductory information on codes of conduct, bullying, recruitment, etc. as well as child protection guidelines. By following the principles, policy …Read More »
The leaders course is aimed at PGA Professionals, Volunteers, Parents or anyone with a keen interest in junior golf. The leaders course is a two hour workshop and covers the following: Fundamental Movement Skills Activities How to create engaging sessions using activity based learning with no technical instruction How to …Read More »
As part of our LevelPar prorgramme supported by Sport Ireland we are committed to increasing participation of women between the ages of 18-35, as participation rates currently sit at 1% in that age group. We are looking for golfers and non-golfers to join our focus group and be part of …Read More »
As part of our LevelPar prorgramme supported by Sport Ireland we are committed to increasing participation of women between the ages of 18-35, as participation rates currently sit at 1% in that age group. We are looking for golfers and non-golfers to join our focus group and be part of …Read More »
Safeguarding 1: Child Welfare and Basic Awareness Course This course educates participants on the implementation of best practice in protecting the welfare of children involved in sport. The workshop provides introductory information on codes of conduct, bullying, recruitment, etc. as well as child protection guidelines. By following the principles, policy …Read More »
Safeguarding 1: Child Welfare and Basic Awareness Course This course educates participants on the implementation of best practice in protecting the welfare of children involved in sport. The workshop provides introductory information on codes of conduct, bullying, recruitment, etc. as well as child protection guidelines. By following the principles, policy …Read More »