Golf is one the most popular and financially affordable sports. Golf is not anymore only “American thing”. Recent success of UK and European golfers brought new wave of a golf trend.  The UK has some of the best golf courses in the world and government supports a development of young golfers. Modern game of golf was originated in 15th century in Scotland and as a celebration of that the biggest golf tournament Ryder Cup is coming back home in 2014. There is a chance for your kid to be a next golf superstar. Everyone is looking up to Tiger, Rory or Annika.

Golf not only keeps your children fit, healthy and active, but it also builds their confidence and social skills. Less active children are more like to be overweight and possibly develop diabetes or heart disease in later life. Active places website lists 50,000 sport facilities, including golf courses, tennis courts, swimming pools, ice rinks, athletic tracks, football pitches, even ski slopes. There are hundreds of golf facilities all over England. In Scotland the Scottish Golf junior development centers offer 30 hours of golf coaching with additional non-technical coaching. In Wales junior golf development is working closely with golf clubs to help train volunteers.

Golf is one of the most popular sports. The future of this great game rests with the young golfers of today and golf clubs play vital role in nurturing those young people both as individuals as well as golfers. There are many of opportunities for your children to have fun and learn in a safe environment. Most of the companies do weekly lessons, one hour long, with PGA qualified instructors (some of them for free). It is not only learning step-by-step basics of golf, but also to learn the rules and importantly etiquette. UK kids golf – local kid’s golf competition during summer and “Skillz Master Challenge” during the winter months across UK with National Grand Final. Open for boys and girls 6 – 13 years old, young golfers all abilities.

Golf course is the perfect place to unwind, relax and enjoy time well spends with family. In some places you don`t need to be a member to enjoy the facilities.


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