CN Future Links gives children ages 6-18 the chance to enjoy the game of golf. This program, conducted by Golf Canada and the PGA of Canada, has seen over 780,000 junior golfers through the program since its inception in 1996 and more than 111,000 alone last year.
Part of the mandate of CN Future Links is to offer best-in-class programming while ensuring parents have an accessible and cost-efficient junior golf program for their children.
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New and exciting ONLINE components such as scorecards, progress reports, event calendars and much more make these programs interactive, accessible and fun for golfers and their parents.
To learn more about CN Future Links programs, find a CN Future Links program near you, and more visit www.cnfuturelinks.com
Interested in delivering or helping with a CN Future Links program? Become a Community Golf Coach!
What? This workshop has been designed for the Community Golf Coach who is, or would like to, work with children or youth and is introducing the basic skills of golf. The overall goal of this workshop is to help prepare the coach to be competent in the skills required by a community coach.
Over a two day period, this workshop will delve into areas of growth and development, teaching and learning, safety and risk management, golf equipment and introduction to technical skills, activity design, session planning, and much more. Not only will these areas be debated on, discussed with peers, and interactive breakout sessions; but we will also spend nearly a half day outdoors putting the classroom work into a practical reality for the coaches to bring back to their clubs.
Why? Junior golf in Canada and CN Future Links programs can all benefit from a qualified Community Golf Coach who has better depth in their skills when working with youth. The workshop will be a great opportunity for coaches to reflect on their current understandings of children, junior golf and the environments children want to participate in. Community level coaches can have an important opportunity to have an impact on the lives of the children being introduced to the game.
Who? The Community Golf Coach may already help or volunteer at their local golf club or even assist with a PGA Professional with an emphasis on some of the following individuals: ? Lead volunteers ? Parents ? Club members ? PGA members (CFM) ? Junior Coordinators
How? Registration is on the right hand side of this page under Public Workshops
Cost for the workshop is $300 plus tax, which includes a full lunch on both days.
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