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Carin Koch to host PGA Professionals at© Introductory Morning at Woburn

12.49pm 3rd June 2016 - Growing the Game - This story was updated on Tuesday, February 25th, 2020


The Introductory Morning is open to all PGA Professionals interested in becoming a©coach
The Introductory Morning is open to all PGA Professionals interested in becoming a©coach

LPGA and LET legend Carin Koch is inviting PGA Professionals to join her at Woburn Golf Club on Tuesday June 21 for an introduction to©, the pioneering group coaching programme for women.©, which offers PGA Professionals the opportunity to earn up to £84.44 per hour, is based on the academic study of award-winning Fellow PGA Professional Alastair Spink and groundbreaking market research by Syngenta.

Following a successful pilot programme at 12 golf courses in autumn 2015, approximately 50 PGA Professionals will be trained by Alastair Spink to become© coaches this year, with the training course earning CPD points.

Carin Koch, Syngenta Golf Ambassador, said: “The event at Woburn will be a great opportunity for PGA Professionals to hear from Alastair and find out more about the unique, research-based approach of©, as well as the opportunity to earn additional revenue.

“The PGA Professional plays such an important role in the day-to-day activities of a golf club and developing new customers using the© programme is both professionally rewarding and good business for the coach – and good business for the club, too.”


The free Introductory Morning (10am to midday) is open to all PGA Professionals interested in becoming a© coach, although places are limited so registration is required.

Dates of future© training workshops, attracting CPD points, will be announced at the event.

To register for the Introduction to© event at Woburn on June 21 or to find out more about becoming a© coach, please contact Alastair Spink on 07748 653002 or by Friday June 17.©

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