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Find out more about Bitesize Golf the structured golf development programme for kids. …

Find out more about Bitesize Golf the structured golf development programme for kids.
It's simple to register and even simpler to run and adds huge value to your junior coaching.
visit http://www.bitesizegolf.com/1_pages/register_coaches.html to register. It's free but only for a limited time.

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  • 1. JUNIOR ACADEMY DEVELOPMENT Bitesize Golf Ltd
  • 2. Key objectives • To help golf coaches in the specialised field of junior coaching • The establish a development pathway • Create the best structured programme to help grow the game • Work with talented youngsters of various age groups to help them improve their game and their understanding of the game • Work in local schools to introduce the game to a new generation of potential players • Establish key relationships and offer help, support and mentoring on an ongoing basis
  • 3. The mission statement “Bitesize Golf is dedicated to growing participation in golf through the creation of a structured pathway that makes the learning fun and simple”.
  • 4. schools programmes Tournaments & events Club programmes Marketing & pr Website Training & accreditation Create the environment
  • 5. The pathway Red level 1 Orange level 2 Yellow level 3 Green level 4 Blue level 5 Indigo level 6 Violet level 7 Coral level 8 Silver level 9 Gold level 10 Step by step
  • 6. Target ages 6 - 14 SNAG orTraditional 6 week courses 1 hour per session Resources inc Books Certificates Build a solid structure SNAG (Soft golf) Schools Programme Beginner players at club SNAG (Soft golf) Schools Programme Beginner players at club Non handicap players at club / range Beginner players at club Hi handicap players at club / range Junior handicap players at club / range Senior handicap players at club / range 12 -28 handicap players at club / range 9 - 24 handicap players at club / range 5 - 18 handicap players at club / range Elite players at club / range 20 pages 20 pages 24 pages 24 pages 24 pages 24 pages 28 pages 28 pages 28 pages 28 pages !"#$%%"&' !"#$%%"&' (%)"&*"+$,)" (%)"&*"+$,)" (%)"&*"+$,)" (%)"&*"+$,)" -+.,%/"+ -+.,%/"+ 01$)" 01$)" £5.50 each £5.50 each £6.50 each £6.50 each £6.50 each £6.50 each £7.50 each £7.50 each £7.50 each £7.50 each How the levels work
  • 7. Red & Orange programmes Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo programmes Violet, Coral, Silver, Gold programmes Committed player Champion player Schools, clubs, golf ranges using SNAG or traditional equipment Clubs, golf ranges Clubs, golf ranges entry New young players entry Current young players entry Entry to golf
  • 8. Bitesize Golf Programmes can be taught in any school • Independent • State • Primary • Secondary • Out of school / after school • Breakfast clubs • During curriculum time • Part of PE • Special schools Leads on to an Academy and increases demand for one Grows participation in golf and drives more new players into the club system Club Building the environment
  • 9. Curriculum topics Golf swing Knowledge Etiquette Rules Psychology Strategy Fitness Diet & health Drills
  • 10. Marketing & promotion Flyers Brochures Posters
  • 11. Organisation & admin Bitesize Golf Pupil Registration Form email : The safety and welfare of juniors in our care is paramount, and it is therefore important that we are aware of any illness, medical condition and other relevant health details so that their best interests are addressed. Please complete this form with our assurance that the information will be treated as It is the responsibility of the junior and/or their parent to notify the Bitesize Golf coach if any of the details change at any time. Home : Pupil's name : Address : Postco de : Age : Mobile : Mum's name : Dad's name : Birthday : / / Contact details : Parents or guardians Home : Mobile : Work : Work : Emergency contact details Contact name : Relationship to child: Home phone: Mobile phone: Work phone: © Bitesize Golf Registration forms Collect pupil’s details Create database of clients Conform with child protection procedures Emergency contact details included
  • 12. Organisation & admin Medical forms Conform with child protection procedures Emergency contact details included Keep confidential Peace of mind for parents Bitesize Golf Medical information form © Bitesize Golf Y ES Y ES Y ES
  • 13. Organisation & admin Payment forms Essential for keeping track of payments Use for each class Use at start of sessions Keep record of how payments are made Bitesize Golf Payment Summary Form Name of pupil CASH This form is designed to help you keep a record of the pupils as they sign up for the course and how they pay for the sessions. The Red and Orange levels can be carried out using SNAG golf equipment or any other form of soft golf and can be delivered in schools or at traditional golf facilities. Credit card Cheque Other Payment Metho d CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other CASH Credit card Cheque Other G o z t h e g o l f e r Course start date : Notes : © Bitesize Golf
  • 14. Organisation & admin Dates & times forms Keep your classes organised Helps parents plan ahead Shows when next levels begins which aids retention Essential when dates are not concurrent Bitesize Golf Sessions Dates and times These session dates may be subject to change. All payments are due on or before session 1 of each course. As levels progress interim sessions may be needed to reach the required standards,. This means it should not be assumed that pupils progress automatically to the next level every six weeks.. it is purely at the discretion of the Bitesize Golf coach. SESSION DATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 Next level starts Bitesize Golf Sessions Dates and times These session dates may be subject to change. All payments are due on or before session 1 of each course. As levels progress interim sessions may be needed to reach the required standards,. This means it should not be assumed that pupils progress automatically to the next level every six weeks.. it is purely at the discretion of the Bitesize Golf coach. SESSION DATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 Next level starts © Bitesize Golf © Bitesize Golf Time Time
  • 15. Quality resources Books and certificates 10 levels A full golfing education Add a premium to lessons Reinforce learning Bitesize Golf !"# $"%"$& All u need to know about playing golf Etiquette Swing Rules Plus much more 16 You can declare your ball unplayable anywhere on the course. Rough down the fairway, sometimes it might go into the The rules of golf are written so they allow the player to deal with each drop. ball back into play. Take your time and think about what club will be the best to get you out of the rough, sometimes your wedge or sand wedge is the best or only option. Pick your spot where you can get the ball out of the rough. 12 Tee the ball up so the middle of the ball is in line with the top edge of your golf club. Irons these numbers tell the player how far they will hit the ball. shorter the shot will be. Each of your clubs will send the ball a maximum distance then select the right club. When you're practising, make a note of how far you are hitting each club. On a longer hole, you will probably want fairway as you can. The 1 Wood the longest hitting club in your bag 08 You must tell your partners and opponents exactly what ball you're playing with at all times. Identity the model name and a number. The number allows players to play with the same make of theirs. What would happen if someone playing a different hole hits their ball close to yours and they are exactly the same make, model and number? The rules of golf state that you must be able to identify your ball, but in this instance it is not stroke and go back to where you played your last stroke from. your own special markings onto the ball you are going to play with. This way you will always know which on any unwanted penalty shots to your score. Start building your swing Puzzles and quiz Amazing facts
  • 16. Coaches notes Lesson plans Every level Every session Tips and tricks to ensure success Timings and scheduling Drills, skills, challenges and games to keep sessions varied and exciting !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "#$$%&' !!! Red Level ! ()!*!+,*'-# !"#$%&"'()(*+$#%&#,(-+".'/ 01.2(345()(6(&+"' !"#$% &'(')*+ ,"%-. !$/' 0(1)"2-%1$"( 3*4'1567631*56$(6#+*%'862"6("169'(1-)'6 4"):*)261"6#$%;6-#61''.6")6<*++. =6/$(. 3:$(> 3'16-# ?$/ @=6/$(. A1$B-'11' C)'..6%"2' D"6E'*(. =6/$(. F-+'. G*);$(>61H'6<*++ 0261H'6<*++ =6/$(. I(":+'2>' !-)<-+*1"). C$/#+'. =6/$(. J+".' &"61H)"->H6:H*1K.6<''(6+'*)('286+$('6-#6 ('L16:'';.6.'..$"( =6/$(. ./0#-)%1#$ Swing
  • 17. Support and guidance Online support Facebook pages Facebook closed group Web page listing Web support for coaches own sites
  • 18. Contact us now! Limited free registration period info@bitesizegolf.com Register at http://www.bitesizegolf.com/1_pages/register_coaches.html