Five reasons to get your children into golf

19th July 2018

The summer holidays are fast approaching and with six long weeks to find activities for your children to do, it’s the perfect time for them to try something new at The Golf At Goodwood Academy.

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Here are five reasons why now is the perfect time to book a space on one of the upcoming summer golf camps.

Confidence
Playing golf can help build up new transferable skills, including teamwork, leadership and fitness which boosts confidence.

Health
Did you know that an 18-hole round of golf is around 10,000 steps and five miles long? Our Junior Camps are a great way of improving fitness and posture. Being outside and playing, can help mental well-being too!

Making new friends
Golf is the perfect opportunity to make new friends. By being put in pairs or teams of similar age and ability and working on teamwork, your children will build lifelong friendships.

Spending time outdoors
In a world where it is easy to sit and watch the television or play on mobile phones, getting children outside is crucial to their development. Whether this is by hitting balls at The Academy or heading out onto the golf course, it’s the best way to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air.

Fun
Last but not least, golf is fun, and in addition to learning the basics, we include enjoyable games like Footgolf and Fruit Smash!

With the choice of three and five-day camps there’s plenty of flexibility to fit around your summer holiday plans.

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