Colour Path Golf, a coaching tool that uses a colour-coded system to simplify the learning process, has joined forces with the LPGA Foundation in America.
Created by UK PGA Professionals John Glenn and Kevin Merry, Colour Path Golf has become an innovative teaching tool, with more than 100 certified instructors teaching the system worldwide, with coaches seeing a positive impact globally in the way this new visual way of learning is being received through the transfer of information in the language of colour.
The new partnership with the LPGA Foundation will see Colour Path Golf used to introduce the game of golf to more women and girls around the world.
“LPGA Girls Golf programs are all about making the learning process fun and engaging for girls,” said Nancy Henderson, President of the LPGA Foundation and Chief Teaching Officer. “We are delighted to partner with Colour Path Golf, as they will provide our LPGA Members and Girls Golf Site Directors with an exciting opportunity to learn a unique colour-coded teaching concept utilizing four specific colours as a communication tool, helping to simplify the learning process of golf. Their system is easy to use, affordable and it’s all done with the aid of externally focused visual cues, which is all explained in their online level one certification program.
The partnership with Colour Path Golf will also allow LPGA Members and Girls Golf Site Directors the opportunity, once certified, to have access to exclusive partnership discounts, new ongoing coaching ideas, educational resources and webinars with its founders through a video call support platform.
One of the key aspects of the partnership is the creation of a coaches networking group, whereby best practice in how to utilize the training kit within lesson programs for both individual and group coaching is shared amongst the members.
The teaching concept of Colour Path Golf is designed to give golfers of any age or expertise a variety of fun and enjoyable learning experiences, by
transferring information in a simple to follow visual way. Essentially what the team at Colour Path Golf have created is an innovative, easily manageable coaching tool kit, that allows the coach and the student to communicate with added clarity through a predominantly externally focused learning environment.
The partnership sees both the LPGA Foundation and Colour Path Golf look to continue to develop its relationship with the objective of providing members with additional educational support to compliment current LPGA training programs with the aim of inspiring and recruiting the next generation of new golfers to the game.
“We are very excited to begin a working partnership and be recognised as an Education Partner to the LPGA Foundation, said John Glenn, co-founder of Colour Path Golf. “We very much look forward to welcoming members to our certification platform and sharing how creative you can be in building games, drills and skills challenges using our training kits.
“Through our fun and colourful learning concept our plan is to build a sharing community of members helping members where your only limitation using Colour Path Golf is your imagination. The partnership also brings the launch and release of our new dual-branded kit pieces, which are made from 100% recyclable materials.”