THE 2022 COUNTY ACADEMY PROGRAMME (CAP)
The successful Lancashire Golf County Academy Programme is the gateway to the county’s talent development pathway, providing support for many of Lancashire’s aspiring young golfers. The County Academy Programme is a stepping stone, creating the opportunity for talented boys to transition into the County Performance Squads and beyond.
The academy programme is designed for boys who are showing an ever-increasing commitment towards developing their game. It provides 20 hours of structured coaching with highly experienced PGA golf coaches. Small coaching groups based around individual and group sessions target the key skills for assisting committed boys achieve their golfing potential.
The academy programme is designed to complement a young player's current development and not replace training with their home coach/club. To get the most from the programme and training sessions, all boys will need to be fully committed and practice new learnt skills when they return to their home clubs.
Boys aged 16 and under on December 31st
Handicap index of 24 and below for boys aged 16 & 15
Handicap index of 36 and below for boys aged 14 and under
If you fall outside these age and handicap requirements do please contact us and we'll try and help you with the development of your game.
Payment of £75 for CAP is required upon application (PayPal) and covers all coaching actives and a Lancashire Golf T-Shirt.
NB: Some bursaries are available for appropriate applicants and enquiries can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 2nd March 2022
Dr Jerry Martin, a member of Royal Birkdale and Silverdale Golf Clubs was elected the new President of the LUGC at the AGM, held on 1st March at Preston Golf Club.