Bsg Golf Intro Presentation

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A brief presentation of how Bitesize Golf stacks up and shows the structure of the various levels. please get in touch if you’d like to know more.

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Bsg Golf Intro Presentation

  1. 1. JUNIOR GOLF DEVELOPMENT Bitesize golfWednesday, 14 September 2011
  2. 2. CREATED BY David Gosling Fellow of the PGA GB & IWednesday, 14 September 2011
  3. 3. BRIEF BACKGROUND • Coached 14 junior golfers to become members of the PGA • Past 20 years dedicated to coaching young players • 2001 Founded Young Masters Golf • 850 Golf clubs • 1,500 PGA professionals • 80,000 junior golfers involved • 1 million hours of coaching • Founder of Bitesize Golf • Golf Development Ambassador to Costa Rica of behalf of the R and AWednesday, 14 September 2011
  4. 4. KEY OBJECTIVES • To help golf coaches in the specialised field of junior coaching • The establish a development pathway • Introduce a ‘first-touch’ 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 basisWednesday, 14 September 2011
  5. 5. GROWING THE GAME “Bitesize Golf is dedicated to growing participation in golf through the creation of a structured pathway that makes the learning fun and simple”. The mission statementWednesday, 14 September 2011
  6. 6. CREATE THE ENVIRONMENT Schools Club programmes Training & programmes accreditation Tournaments & Website events Marketing & prWednesday, 14 September 2011
  7. 7. STEP BY STEP The pathway Violet level 7 Coral level 8 Silver level 9 Gold level 10 Yellow level 3 Green level 4 Blue level 5 Red level 1 Indigo level 6 Orange level 2Wednesday, 14 September 2011
  8. 8. ENTRY TO GOLF Champion player Committed player Violet, Coral, Silver, Gold programmes Current young players entry Clubs, golf ranges Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo programmes New young players entry Clubs, golf ranges Red & Orange programmes entry Schools, clubs, golf ranges using SNAG or traditional equipmentWednesday, 14 September 2011
  9. 9. BUILDING THE ENVIRONMENT Bitesize Golf Programmes can be taught in any school • Independent • State • Primary • Secondary • Out of school / after school TennGolf • Breakfast clubs Club Academy • 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 systemWednesday, 14 September 2011
  10. 10. HOW THE LEVELS WORK Target ages 6 - 14 SNAG or Traditional 5 week courses 1 hour per session Resources inc Books Certificates Web site back upWednesday, 14 September 2011
  11. 11. CURRICULUM TOPICS IGD Programme Presentation !"#$%$&()$*+$,-./01 Weeks Lesson Plan Focus Main Learning Objective Golf Study Rule Golf Study Etiquette Week 1 Induction session Safety Golf study rule Golf study etiquette Week 2 Stations Rolling The teeing ground Dressing for golf Week 3 Stations Chipping & pitching Play as it lies Being quiet Week 4 Stations Launching Marking your ball FORE! Week 5 Challenges Chalenges Challenges Challenges 5k W 5 keeW segnellahC ll hC segnelahC l hC segnellahC segnellahC ll hC 4 keeW snoitatS gnihcnuaL llab ruoy gnikraM !EROF 3 keeW snoitatS gnihctip & gnippihC seil ti sa yalP teiuq gnieB 2 keeW snoitatS gnilloR dnuorg gnieet ehT flog rof gnisserDWednesday, 14 September 2011
  12. 12. IGD Programme Presentation LESSON PLANS !"#$"%&&()*)+%&,-)-((#.),-%.)*)/%0.12)+((3#.)4 Activity Tuition Equipment Time Full list provided for Set up Before pupils arrive each session Full list provided for Intro Welcome each session 5 mins Safety General Hoop clocks 5 mins Instruction Word Cues All equpment laid out 10 mins Activity Within stations 30 mins Etiquette The dress code 5 mins Rules The teeing ground 5 mins Set up Drills and skills Intro Rotation Clear up Recap key points Safety Clear away pu raelC pu raelC stniop yek paceR stniop yek paceR seluR dnuorg gnieet ehT snim 5 etteuqitE edoc sserd ehT snim 5Wednesday, 14 September 2011
  13. 13. SIMPLE TO RUN IGD Programme Presentation <7.&7%==*0">"?%=8*"*00.("8%(">"@%+()/"?*00,.("A"?$%$,.("B34*)$,5*0 All topics laid out in simple lesson plans Session 2 !" #$"%"&%()*"&+,-*"$.").%)/*0 Sam ple Lession - Easy for less - experienced coaches to run !" 1*2".34*)$,5*0"6.7"*%)/"0$%$,.( All pupils engaged in activities and learning !" 1*2"8%7$0"%(-".34*)$,5*0"$."3*" ).5*7*-"6.7"*%)/"0*00,.( !" 9/*):,0$"6.7").%)/*0"%(-"%00*00.70" !" ;%,($%,("/,&/"0$%(-%7-".6"-*,5*72 !" #"8+8,0"%7*"*(&%&*-",(",($7,(0,)" $7%,(,(&Wednesday, 14 September 2011
  14. 14. !"#$%&(&)**#+$,$-)*./#$/#++0$./)0$,$+#++ 4$ 5")//#0(10( CHALLENGE -SCORING Front 9 Player Marker 4$ 678+$9:0;Programme Presentation IGD Hole Par Score !"#$%&(&)**#+$,$-)*./#$/#++0$./)0$,$+#++10$2$+3&10( 4$ <0/10#$+3&10($)0=$.#&9&*)03#$ Rolling 1 3 IGD Programme Presentation +>+7#*$9&$#?#&>$.:.1/ !"#$%&(&)**#+$,$-)*./#$/#++0$./)0$,$+#++10$2$+3&10( 2 3 Challenging 4$ 5")//#0(10( 3 3 4$ %#&+0)/$+7)0=)&=+ Front 9 Player Marker Back 9 Player Marker Fun 4$ 678+$9:0; 5")//#0(10( 4$ Hole Par Score Chipping Hole 4 Par 3 Score 4$ $@#)&0$"A$7$91//$:7$)$+3&#$ Front 9 Player Marker Back 9 Player Marker 4$ 678+$9:0; 4$ <0/10#$+3&10($)0=$.#&9&*)03#$ 10 5 Rolling 1 3 Rolling 3 3 Scores can go online +>+7#*$9&$#?#&>$.:.1/ 3)&=$3&&#37/>$ 2 3$ Hole Par Score Hole Par Score 4$ <0/10#$+3&10($)0=$.#&9&*)03#$ Rolling 1 3 Rolling 11 6 10 3 33 +>+7#*$9&$#?#&>$.:.1/ 3 32 12 11 3 3 4$ %#&+0)/$+7)0=)&=+ 3 Pitching 7 3 Personal standards and 4$ %#&+0)/$+7)0=)&=+ Chipping 4 33 3 Chipping 13 12 8 3 3 3 improvement 4$ $@#)&0$"A$7$91//$:7$)$+3&#$ Chipping 5 34 3 Chipping 14 13 3 3 3)&=$3&&#37/>$ $ 4$ $@#)&0$"A$7$91//$:7$)$+3&#$ 6 3 5 3 15 9 14 3 3 3 3)&=$3&&#37/>$ $ 6 3 15 3 Learning how to score Pitching 7 Pitching 3 7 3 Pitching Pitching 16 16 3 3 in golf 8 3 8 3 Total Out 17 17 3 27 3 9 3 18 3 9 3 18 3 Total Out 27 In 27 B&C$B)&D#& Total Out 27 In 27 Marker OutOut 27 27 TOTAL TOTAL 54 54 Marker B&C$B)&D#& B&C$B)&D#& Marker PlayerPlayer B&C$%/)>#& B&C$%/)>#&Wednesday, 14 September 2011
  15. 15. RESOURCE BOOKS Added value to the courses Back up resources Extra information Alternative learning modality Visual presentation of what you’re teaching Allows peers and parents to see the value of the courses Increases interest and improves retention ratesWednesday, 14 September 2011
  16. 16. ADVANCED LEARNING Learn etiquette and rules as you progress Improve your technical skills Rewards, recognition and achievement Confidence building Group environment is great fun and a good way of making friendsWednesday, 14 September 2011
  17. 17. THE WORLD IS YOUR GOLF COURSE You can teach people golf anywhere parties Corporate charity days fiestas A little imagination is all it takes leagues summer camps assemblies sports days You can grow the game outside the traditional clubs and then clubs associations own course open days bringnew players into it Players will have experience in hotels golf clubs adult learning theme parks golf before they get onto the course beaches parks tour events leisure clubs Standards of etiquette and knowledge will be higher than ever beforeWednesday, 14 September 2011

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