Learn to Play Golf

 

Want to learn golf but don’t know where to start? Frightened you’ll make a fool of yourself with an air-swing? Anxious that you’ll unknowingly commit some breach of golfing etiquette? Haven’t got any golf clubs?

Relax, we’ve got you covered.

Enrol for our Learn to Play Golf program for adults of any gender, run on Saturday afternoons over a 12 week term, and we’ll get you started properly.

Run by a PGA Pro and building on the proven success of our Wednesday Women’s Clinic and Sunday Juniors Program, the Clinic introduces adults to golf in a structured way. We’ll start with the easiest clubs and build up the difficulty, as your confidence grows.

Initially we’ll teach you putting, so that you get used to hitting the ball properly. Then shorter iron play – chipping and pitching – before introducing you to the full swing and longer clubs, such as hybrids and the driver. And of course, we’ll teach you how to get out of bunkers.

We’ll also cover golf etiquette, course care and the fundamentals of the Rules of Golf. Plus, we’ll enjoy ourselves while we do this, it is the weekend after all.

 

The program

Weeks 1 – 6

90 minute group training with a PGA Pro (max. class size of 8).
Then, 45 minute Clubhouse activity such as golf etiquette or Rules of Golf.

Weeks 7 – 12

45 minute group training with a PGA Pro (max. class size of 8).
Then, 90 minute on-course activity (groups of 4 players). Mentored by Roseville GC members, we’ll start with 25m golf (from 25m out, chip onto the green, putt out. Aim: 4 strokes or less). Each week, we’ll build up the distance. By the final week, you’ll be playing full holes.

Cost:

$395. If necessary, golf clubs can be borrowed from the Pro Shop at no charge.

Dates:

Starts Saturday 1st February 2020
Ends Saturday 25th April 2020
(will not run Saturday 11th April 2020)

To enrol:

Complete the Application Form below and return it to the Admin office.

Enquiries:

Contact Roseville Golf Club on (02) 8467 1800
or email admin@rosevillegolf.com.au

 

Application Form