JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM
WELCOME TO THE GOLF DXB FAMILY
Golf DXB’s Tee It Up Scheme gives children from across Dubai a fun introduction to golf. From here children can become a part of our unique tiered ability program which allows young golfers to learn, develop and compete in an environment suited to their level. In the last five years we have seen children quickly progress from first swings to the Golf DXB Elite Performance Group. To find out more about each step of your child’s golfing journey with Golf DXB please click on the red boxes in the diagram below.
International Golf Junior Passport System
After you have been introduced to us, through the Tee It Up Scheme, EGF National Development Program or otherwise, your child will flow into the International Golf Junior Passport (IGJP) System which helps guide children through their golfing journey with us. Each term is divided into three cycles with content relating to putting, short game and long game. In each cycle there is information relating to understanding, technique and a challenge to be completed. In the last week of each cycle children will go to the short golf course to put into practice their skills and will receive guidance of etiquette. Through a combination of judgments by the coach made during sessions, scores in tournaments, short golf course and results from our end of term test, a decision will be made as to which level students should be placed in next term. Please click on the different pathways to find out more about specific levels of the IGJP system and respective UAE Inter school Golf League tournament formats.
Understanding – Understand further setup/swing fundamentals; understand what alterations we make to alter distance; understand key positions for a full swing shot
Scoring Ability – Complete a tournament from yellow tees in 45 strokes or under
Etiquette – Understand the basic etiquette points when playing a round of golf
Understand all the different areas of the golf course
Understanding – Understand how to play some specialist shots and where they may be needed on the course; understand the difference between various short game shots and how we alter setup; increased knowledge of your own golf swing
Scoring Ability – Complete a tournament from the white tees in 36 strokes or under
Etiquette – Good knowledge of the basic rules you will need to know to compete in golf tournaments.
Understanding – Learning basic fundamentals for different aspects of the game.
Scoring Ability – Limited experience on a golf course.
Etiquette – Limited safety/etiquette knowledge for a golf course
Understanding – Understand setup fundamentals for each of the different shots; understand the differences between the 3 shots; understand where each shot would be used on the course
Scoring Ability – Complete a 6 hole short course tournament in 27 strokes or under
Etiquette – Understand safety aspects of the game in order to play on a course
INTERNATIONAL GOLF PASSPORT SYSTEM
The International Golf passport system helps guide children through their golfing journey with us. Each term is divided into three cycles with content relating to putting, short game and long game. In each cycle there is information relating to understanding, technique and a challenge to be completed. In the last week of each cycle children will go to the short golf course to put into practice their skills and will receive guidance of etiquette. Through a combination of judgments by the coach made during sessions, scores in tournaments, short golf course and results from our end of term test a decision will be made as to which level students should be placed in next term.
Details on what is required to progress through from one level to the next can be found in the passport book. Please be aware that it is not expected that children will progress up a level each term, progression in golf is a gradual and non linear process and it could take multiple terms to move from one level to the next. We will ensure that our sessions are fun, varied and engaging so that children
enjoy the game throughout this process.
Each term is broken down into three cycles with each cycle focussing on a different element of the game. The content of this cycle is as follows for each ability level.
RED AND YELLOW
Cycle 1- setup
Cycle 2- backswing
Cycle 3- downswing
WHITE AND BLACK
Cycle 1- setup
Cycle 2- swing
Cycle 3- course management/specific shots
TERMS AND PRICING
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|Term||Term Length||Approximate Term Dates||Gold and Black Levels||White and Yellow Levels||Red Level||Future Stars (5 years old and under)|
|Term 1||12||Early October- Mid December||2100||1600||1500||1000|
|Term 2||12||Early January- End March||2100||1600||1500||1000|
|Term 3||8||Early April- End May||1400||1000||950||700|
We also run classes in September and June late afternoons avoiding the hot weather for students looking to continue working ontheir games in the warmer months.
Exact term dates for each year will be communicated via email, the above acts as a rough guide for all seasons.
Winter Camps – Late December and Early Jan
Spring Camps – Late March
Summer Camps – Early July
*Exact camps dates for each year will be communicated via email, the above acts as a rough guide for the season.
GOLF DXB JUNIOR ADD ONS
|6×30 minute Private Lesson Package||AED 900||Lessons can be taken as 3×1 hour sessions if this is preferred.|
|2 hour 9 Hole Group Playing Lesson||AED 350||Juniors will be put into groups of 4 for this 9 hole playing lesson which will include a 15 minute warm up followed by technique and course management work on the course with one of our PGA Golf Professionals. These lessons can be taken anytime before 4pm on weekdays and anytime after 6pm on weekends. Typical times that this will be able to take place are Thursdays at 2pm and Fridays at 6pm.|
The UAE Interschool Golf League gives children off all abilities the opportunity to compete in a format of golf appropriate to their ability whilst representing their school. With 30 schools involved in the program this unique competition creates a team ethos and is helping to bring golf to the forefront of school sport. Schools are informed of the results of each event, with winners being recognized in assemblies and results to be placed in newsletters.
The format of the events corresponds to the IGJP ability level of each child as follows:
Red: Six Hole Short Golf Tournament: Holes of 30-50 yards with oversized holes, generous green complexes and slower paced greens.
Yellow: Par 3 Format: 40-60 yard par 3 holes playing to standar d green complexes, with no hazards to carry.
White: Par 3 Format: 80-100 yard par 3 holes, playing to standard green complexes with hazards to carry. Black and Gold: Par 36 course of approximately 2,170 total yardage with multiple carries over water.
Tournaments are held on Thursday afternoons with tee times available from 14:00 – 16:30, during the following months:
Typically tournaments will be as per the following schedule for the respective levels:
|Ability Level||Tournament Date|
|Gold & Black||Last Thursday Of The Month|
|White||Penultimate Thursday of The Month|
|Yellow||penultimate Thursday Of The Month|