New Competitor Programs

April 2, 2015 Jon Roy

New Competitor Programs

Program Options

Young golfers who are interested in exploring competitive events or simply enhancing their golf training are invited to participate in our renowned junior training programs.

We offer NCG options in all phases of the year, and we divide the calendar into semesters which families can pick and choose from.  For the spring and summer of 2015, we will be offering weekly practices, multi-day camps, as well as various team events for players to participate in.  You can view specifics by clicking on your facility of interest below.

“New Competitive Golfer” programs provide comprehensive coaching support for young golfers entering into the realm of competitive golf.  Covering themes like tactics, rules of golf, fitness and nutrition, and scoring skills –  in addition to the classic fundamentals of ball striking – the new competitor programs offer comprehensive content delivered in an engaging (fun) manner.  This is a program that guides players in a way which empowers them to become independent and self-directed, while at the same time providing all of the core fundamentals and concepts of the game.

Through team practices, one-on-one coaching, tournament support, and on course coaching, New Competitors  receive a comprehensive curriculum which balances within the many other activities they should be part of at this stage of development.  A child in this age range would hopefully be experimenting with golf as just one of many sports and activities they could play, and we provide flexible scheduling to accommodate the fact that athletes of this age are very busy with other activities.

Multi-Day Training Camps

June 20-22 – Coppinwood Golf Club

June 22-24 – Brampton Golf Club

August 2-5 – Getaway Camp (TBD)

August 6 – 8 – Scarboro Golf Club

August 11-13 – Coppinwood Golf Club

August 17-19 – Brampton Golf Club

August 24-26 – Meadowbrook Golf Club

Ongoing Programs

NCG EAST –  Program at Coppinwood

NCG WEST –  Program at Brampton


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