Junior Coach – Chris Geary
Junior Captain – Henry Glanfield
The Management, Professionals and Committees of Alresford Golf Club provide our young golfers with a wide range of benefits, whilst playing golf in a supportive and friendly environment. We recognise that golf provides young people with many life skills and that they represent the future of the great game of golf that we all love.
We cater for beginners by offering roll up classes at weekends. These classes are designed to introduce children to the game of golf in a relaxed format. We believe in children playing the game and so use the course as often as possible to play shortened holes with a variety of playing formats.
Development Level Coaching
Development coaching offers members of Alresford Golf Club a pathway between learning, playing and competing. These sessions are designed to develop skills and help individuals to take ownership of their golf. Participants will learn how to identify strengths and weaknesses in their game and manage their practice time effectively.
For more information on our coaching, call the Professionals Shop (01962) 733998
A full diary of competitions allows juniors who choose to take their golf beyond social play for trophies and medals. With the exception of The Championships, all junior events are played using a points scoring system to help keep play moving and with less pressure. Once juniors achieve a handicap of 28 or better, they are welcome to take part in all adult competitions too.
2016 Fixtures (examples only, 2017 dates awaited)
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A wide range of junior golf equipment is available at the Professionals shop from leading brands including US Kids Golf, Footjoy, Under Armour and Adidas. Single clubs are available from just £24.99 with a range of bags, trolleys, clothing and accessories to compliment our range of equipment.
We believe in fitting not only our adults with correct golf equipment, but our juniors too. Correctly fitted clubs will not only help improve a child’s golf swing, they will ensure a child’s body isn’t affected physically by using equipment too big and too heavy.