ACE Golf Academies work alongside The Golf Foundation, County Golf Partnerships and Local Councils providing schools and community projects the chance to experience and enjoy the game of golf. The Golf Foundation is the main golfing charity committed to the sporting and social development of young people in golf.
The Foundation's Junior Golf Passport is a 5 level programme designed to facilitate a smooth transition from school and community based activity to club based programmes for children of all ages. ACE Golf Academy operates The Passport Scheme for local schools and community projects, both at the academy facilities and in local schools.
Children learn in 3 ways with ACE -
1. At School / Pre School Lessons using Tri Golf or Xtreme equipment
2. At our Academy enrolled on the Golf Foundation Passport Scheme
3. At our Academy enrolled on our ACE Advanced Junior Programme
Our main TEAM ACE Junior Programme incorporates our 3 levels of learning, listed above, and provides the most structured, fun and VALUE FOR MONEY way of learning golf in the area.
The Tri-Golf system was developed to enable golf to be delivered to primary school children, offering a range of fun based golf games and activities.
Golf Xtreme gives young people in secondary schools the chance to experience golf. As with Tri-Golf, there is a range of games and activity, as well as curriculum linked resources to help children develop their knowledge of the sport alongside key core tasks.
Once the 5 passport levels have been completed the Ace Advanced Development Programmes have been designed to further the knowledge and enjoyment of golf and progress the children onto junior handicap level golf.
If you are a school of community project who would like to introduce your children to the game of golf, please contact us to discuss the opportunities further.