Minneapolis, MN
Sep
26
8:15am 8:15am

Minneapolis, MN

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Rochester, NY
Sep
28
8:15am 8:15am

Rochester, NY

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Seattle, WA
Oct
3
8:15am 8:15am

Seattle, WA

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Kansas City, MO
Oct
10
8:15am 8:15am

Kansas City, MO

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Washington, DC
Oct
17
8:15am 8:15am

Washington, DC

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Miami, FL
Oct
25
8:15am 8:15am

Miami, FL

  • International Links Miami - Melreese Country Club (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Venice, Italy
Nov
6
to Nov 7

Venice, Italy

  • Galzignano Terme Spa & Golf Resort (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Southern Pines, NC
Nov
29
8:15am 8:15am

Southern Pines, NC

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JIM HARDY

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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New Orleans, LA
Dec
7
8:15am 8:15am

New Orleans, LA

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Columbus, Ohio
May
11
8:15am 8:15am

Columbus, Ohio

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Atlanta, Georgia
May
9
8:15am 8:15am

Atlanta, Georgia

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Fairfield, Connecticut
Apr
26
8:15am 8:15am

Fairfield, Connecticut

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JIM HARDY

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Boston, Massachusetts
Apr
20
8:15am 8:15am

Boston, Massachusetts

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Denver, Colorado
Apr
4
8:15am 8:15am

Denver, Colorado

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Dallas, Texas
Mar
23
8:00am 8:00am

Dallas, Texas

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Roseville, California
Mar
21
8:15am 8:15am

Roseville, California

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JIM HARDY

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Port St. Lucie, Florida
Feb
21
8:15am 8:15am

Port St. Lucie, Florida

SEMINAR INFORMATION

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

HOTEL INFORMATION

For those traveling from out of town, the nearby Hilton Garden Inn is offering room nights at a preferred rate.  To learn more please click here.

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PGA Show | Orlando, Florida
Jan
28
8:00am 8:00am

PGA Show | Orlando, Florida

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JIM HARDY

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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PGA Show | Orlando, Florida
Jan
27
8:15am 8:15am

PGA Show | Orlando, Florida

SOLD OUT

PRESENTERS:  JOHN BRYAN  |  JOHN GODWIN

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Savannah, Georgia
Dec
12
8:15am 8:15am

Savannah, Georgia

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Odessa, Florida
Nov
30
8:15am 8:15am

Odessa, Florida

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Southern Pines, North Carolina
Nov
17
8:15am 8:15am

Southern Pines, North Carolina

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Scottsdale, Arizona
Nov
3
8:15am 8:15am

Scottsdale, Arizona

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

Completing Certification
Frequently Asked Questions

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Irvine, California
Nov
1
8:15am 8:15am

Irvine, California

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Monroe, New Jersey
Oct
13
7:45am 7:45am

Monroe, New Jersey

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oct
11
8:15am 8:15am

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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Chicago, Illinois
Sep
22
8:15am 8:15am

Chicago, Illinois

This seminar has been completed

Participating in a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Seminar enhances the coach's knowledge of all aspects of youth golf coaching while providing tools to enable professionals to grow their programs.  Areas of focus during the seminar include:

Enhancing Current Junior Programs:  Tools, resources, best practices and bringing “fun” to junior programs through a games-based curriculum. The seminar features outdoor “live coaching” sessions to demonstrate game-based learning.

Learning Program Use: Details for creating a sequenced learning program to enhance the student’s experience are provided.

Equipment: Information on correct club length for a proper fit along with other important aspects of club design to maximize success for both young golfers and their instructors will be presented.

Developing Swing Speed and Power:  Proprietary research and information on swing speed development and tools to help kids learn a golf swing at a young age that can last a lifetime will be shared.

Course Yardages: Research regarding proper length of course set up for players based on the length they can achieve will be provided so that instructors become experts in golf course setup and yardages. 

Analysis of Youth Golf Participation: Data comparing how golf stacks up to other youth sports and the commonalities found in those sports and opportunities that exist for golf.

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