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World Class Half Term Kids Golf Camp

8.15am 25th September 2012 - Travel

Ryan Fenwick coaching one of his junior players

Junior golfers from all parts of the UK can learn the secrets of the professionals and how they train at an exciting and unique residential training camp being launched this Autumn at the Goodwood complex inWest Sussex.

The imaginative project will coincide with most half term school holidays in October and involve intensive coaching from a former European Tour player together with leading women professionals as well as an Olympic coach and an adviser to World Number 1 Rory McIlroy.

Led by Ryan Fenwick, Golf At Goodwood’s PGA professional and current Sussex PGA Champion, the four day residential programme will run from 28th October – 1st November for juniors aged between 13 to 18.

Ryan, also a Regional EGU England Coach and lead coach for the Sussex Junior squad will be joined by Steve Gent, a Certified Strength and Training Specialist for elite athletes including World and Olympic Champions.

Also joining the team is Chris Sells, founder of which allows players of all abilities to input their rounds shot by shot into their computers to generate analysis to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of their game and thereby improve performance. Some of Chris’s clients include US PGA Champion Rory McIlroy, former US Open Champion Graham McDowell and Ryder Cup star Lee Westwood.

The half term golf camp includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and accommodation, four rounds of golf, entry to the Goodwood Junior Open, four days of coaching with a teaching ratio of 1:4, golf specific fitness seminar, 24 hour supervision and evening activities. The cost of the camp is £399.00 per person.

Ryan who played alongside Luke Donald, Paul Casey and Justin Rose as an amateur for England before turning pro in 2000 winning on the European Challenge Tour, Europro Tour and Sunshine Tour in South Africa commented: “We wanted to create a training camp that would give youngsters the opportunity to replicate how the top players train on a day to day basis not just in terms of practice but their intensive fitness programme, nutrition and mental approach.”

Ryan has a wealth of experience coaching youth development through to tournament professionals including Ladies European Tour players Hannah Ralfh and Anna Scott, both emerging talents on the tour who will be joining him throughout the camp.

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Ryan Fenwick coaching one of his junior players.

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