YOUNG Fraser Coast golfers wanting to develop their game are being encouraged to sign up for the Aldridge Golf Program.
The Aldridge State High School open for all academy helps enhance experiences for all junior golfers between 11 and 18-years.
With high-quality coaching and a strategic approach to the game, the program offers all enrolled players a chance to succeed.
The program features experienced coaches, is affiliated to the Queensland Intercollegiate Golf Association and is supported by the Maryborough Golf Club.
Students who take part will also get the chance to compete in both individual and team tournament play against metropolitan school teams.
While students enrolled in the program often make up 50 per cent of the Wide Bay team, the program is geared towards helping develop all golfers towards their own personal golfing goals.
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The program will also help foster commitment, respect and self-discipline.
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Aldridge State High School provides supervision, practise balls and transport back from the Maryborough Golf Club to students’ respective (Maryborough-based) schools.
The Aldridge Golf Program utilises Golf Australia modules and SMART goals to develop players.
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For more information, contact Adam Hodgkinson at Aldridge State High School on (07) 4120 8409.
You can also read more on the Aldridge Golf Program, here.
Mr Hodgkinson heads up golf at the school and also serves as Assistant Manager for the Queensland Intercollegiate Golf Association.
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