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Leadbetter Kids programme at JA the Resort set to develop future champions in ‘golf and in life’

Sponsored Content – “Those who dare teach must never cease to learn.”

That comforting quote greets you when you open the Leadbetter Golf Academy webpage. It’s an ethos championed by coach to the stars, David Leadbetter, and has spread to the Middle East where the Leadbetter Golf Academy Dubai opened at JA The Resort Golf Course in September 2018.

It’s especially comforting for parents looking for a golf programme for their children.

Join the JA The Resort Leadbetter Kids Programme today! 

Leadbetter Kids Golf is renowned the world over and not simply because of the name behind the brand. David Leadbetter has coached some of the game’s biggest names – Sir Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Nick Price, Lydia Ko and Michelle Wie among them – but is especially passionate nowadays about junior development.

Leadbetter Kids Golf aims to develop healthy, self-motivated children with the skills necessary to become future champions in golf and in life. They’re dedicated to adding to that legacy at JA The Resort where a new junior coaching programme has just been announced.

Check out a sample of what is on offer in this fun video:

The 10-week course, which runs from October 2 to December 5, is for 5-16-year-olds and features 60-minute sessions on Fridays and Saturdays.

The Leadbetter Golf Academy Dubai is the first academy in the Middle East offering a holistic approach to premier golf instruction. At the junior level, kids learn physical, mental and social skills through combined activity stations of golf fundamentals, basic language skills, and other life skills training in a fun and safe environment.

The extensive programme costs just AED 1100 per term. For more information and to sign up, email: [email protected] or phone 04 814 5023.

 

Golf Digest Middle East

Launched in 2008, Golf Digest Middle East is the #1 golf magazine in the region, featuring local content and exclusive articles from the world's leading professionals

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