The U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar will be offered at two sites in the United Kingdom during December. On 2nd December, the new Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range will host the seminar in London. Later in the week, 4th December, the seminar will be presented at the recently opened Loretto School Golf Centre outside of Edinburgh.
Attended by more than 2,200 golf professionals since the program began in 2012, USKG Certified Coach Seminars enhance an instructor’s knowledge of youth golf and provide tools designed to make learning more fun for participants while providing a path for improvement and retention in the game of golf.
The day-long seminars are led by John Godwin, PGA Master Professional and former PGA of America National Junior Golf Leader, and John Bryan, Vice President of U.S. Kids Golf Foundation and former Executive Director of the Georgia PGA. During the seminars, Bryan and Godwin focus on best practices that help develop junior golfers, including an introduction to game-based teaching, use of a structured learning program, the importance of properly fit equipment in developing swing speed, and how to scale the game for youth golfers.
PGA Professionals earn continuing education credits for their participation in the seminars. Registration to attend a seminar is $135. To register or for more information about the USKG Certified Coach program, please contact Chris Carme at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The U.S. Kids Golf Foundation, a Georgia non-profit recognized as a 501(c) (3) charity, was created in 2001 and provides services that include competition and instruction. The Foundation organizes more than 750 golf tournaments for kids each year with over 10,000 individual players ages 5-18. These tournaments include Local Tours in more than 50 cities, 10 Qualifiers across the nation, seven Regional Championships, a European and Malaysia Championships and the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship and Teen World Championship, which are held each year in Pinehurst, N.C.
The vision of the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation is to provide kids and their families the opportunity participate in the game of golf through instruction and competition. They believe that family interaction is critical in the development of young golfers and encourage parents to serve as caddies for their kids during tournaments and to develop positive coaching techniques.
U.S. Kids Golf, LLC is based in Atlanta and manufactures equipment and related golf products designed for kids. It was created in 1997 when Founder/CEO Dan Van Horn found that his children were losing their interest in golf due to not having the proper equipment. In addition to more than 4,000 golf shops and retail locations in the United States, the company’s products also are available in over 75 countries worldwide.
U.S. Kids Golf www.uskidsgolf.com
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