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All Clackmannanshire clubs delivering ClubGolf

Braehead Golf Club is the newest club in Clackmannanshire to offer coaching through the national junior programme ClubGolf.

Job Vacancy - Events Officer

An exciting job opportunity has arisen within the Scottish Golf Union and we are now seeking suitable applicants for the role of Events Officer. This is a senior position in the events team reporting directly to the Events Manager.

Gleneagles a fabulous trip for Banchory juniors

Twenty four juniors from Banchory Golf Club’s coaching programme were the latest to enjoy the Gleneagles experience this month as part of ClubGolf’s Gleneagles Wee Course offer.

Youngsters go free at Dumfries Golf Academy

Dumfries Golf Academy is enhancing its reputation as a hub for junior development with a new initiative allowing free membership for all children aged between seven and 13 on the centre’s Pines Golf Course.

Dollar Flag competition looks to attract 60 youngsters

Dollar Golf Club, which has been building its junior section through ClubGolf coaching for three years, has set ambitious targets for its annual junior Flag Open next Sunday (3 June).

Dunning nearing target of 70 junior members

Dunning Golf Club is nearing its target of attracting 70 junior members. The Perthshire club, on board with the RBS supported national junior golf programme, ClubGolf, for five years re-opened its weekly coaching this month for its 64 youngsters aged from eight to 16.

New Junior Open at Aigas to build the family game

The family spirit is thriving at Aigas, the Highland golf club that since signing up for the junior national programme, ClubGolf, in 2005 has coached over 100 children, almost half of them earning handicaps.

New ClubGolf camps make this summer the biggest ever

ClubGolf, the national junior golf programme, is working to make this summer the biggest yet for youth golfing activity in Scotland by running ClubGolf Camps at clubs and facilities across the country.

Carrbride nine hole event to benefit juniors

Highland golf club Carrbridge’s very existence is so dependent on visiting trade that, when nearby Castle Stuart Golf Club was announced as the venue for the 2011 Scottish Open, it immediately saw the opportunity to attract more visitors.

North girls encouraged to play golf

The NCGGA (Northern Counties Girls Golf Association) recently received £1,880 from the Active Nations 2014 Community Fund to encourage more girls to play more golf, writes NCGGA Captain, Lynne Fraser.
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