Mon Feb 25 2013JNJG Help Teachers Spread the Word on Golf
JNJG aims to get as many young people involved in the game of golf as possible. JNJG Territory Managers utilise the MyGolf Schools Program to train teachers at schools throughout the state on the basics of golf instruction. This training can then be passed onto the students and hopefully generate plenty of interest in the game.
Last year a large number of teachers took part in the professional learning course – MyGolf Schools 1. They learned the basics of the golf grip, stance and swing as well as the very important safety aspects required when young people learn to play golf.
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Grow the game is a catch phrase that summarises the need to get more people into playing the game of golf. The more people we have interested in playing the more opportunity we have to steer them through all the great things the game of golf can offer.
If you are looking to play socially, part of more structured, or even as a career, golf is a great industry to be a part of.
Golf is a great game that spans the generation and sexes. We can play golf with our kids, father /mother and grandparents and can play competitively!
Growing the game has many facets, and we would like to share as many different avenues that there is so you to can have the passion we have in this game- the game for life.
Please feel free to email us with whatever Grow the Game initiatives you may be doing, and well share with the rest of our readers. Or if you are looking to get into a job we can assist as well.