Train to Compete
The intermediate level of Pheasant Glen's Elite Junior Golf Academy
Shift good habits into competitive skills
The Train to Compete program focuses on solidifying core technologies, increasing the athlete’s knowledge base, and developing scoring and competitive skills. This year-round program exposes athletes to training in technical, tactical, mental, physical, equipment, and health, lifestyle, and environmental aspects of performance.
The Train to Compete program is the intermediate level of Pheasant Glen’s Elite Junior Golf Academy, designed to develop athletes in the competitive golfing environment. This coaching program is for developing competitors playing at a Zone and Regional level (at age appropriate level). Suitable Handicap range is 9 to 18.
This is a 12 month program running from September 1st to August 31st. Segments throughout the year are based on evaluation, learning, training, and competing.
Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00pm-6:00pm
Player and equipment assessment
Building a Mechanical and Technical Plan
November, December, January, February
Indoor full swing work based on each individuals assessment and plan. Short game skills evaluation, assessment, instruction and execution.
Evaluation of off season improvement, on course instruction and competitive games, preparation for Spring tournaments.
April, May, and June
Students should be playing in Zone competitions on the weekends. Tuesdays are dedicated to past event stats review and discussion, setting goals, determining areas to improve on and build a practice plan. Thursdays are skill improvement days and preparation for upcoming events.
July and August
Prepare and play in Summer Events leading up to Provincial Championships for applicable ages. On site event support from Coaches to watch and learn student tendencies in competition.
*Students in the Train to Compete program can also join the Train for Success program Physical Training in November, December, January and February for an additional monthly fee.