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Posted on: 31st Jan 2012

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The Confederation of Professional Golf’s ever-expanding educational schedule is to break not-to-be-missed new ground in March with the inaugural COACHES CIRCLE. This new event will bring National team coaches together with coaches of elite players and will be followed by the strategically important HEADS OF TRAINING SUMMIT. The events will be run separately but consecutively on Spain’s Costa Daurada.

Dual Educational EventThe essential diary dates for the two top-level events staged at the Gran Palas Hotel and the attractive Lumine Beach & Golf Club, Tarragona, (within easy reach of Barcelona), are:

COACHES CIRCLE, March 12-14 featuring speakers Henrik Lundqvist, Dr Istvan Bayli (left), & Professor Dave Collins,
HEADS OF TRAINING SUMMIT (HoTS) March 15-16 featuring presentations by Education Committee members along with Neil Flanagan, a respected administrator at a string of world renowned resorts and Jane Booth (below), author of the Right Coach, Right Place, Right Time philosophy.
Theory and practical sessions of how to work on players short games will kicDual Educational Event 2k start the Coaches Circle, before a thorough discussion around Long Term Athletic Development (LATD) and Talent Identification and Development (TID) will take place. Two heavyweights on the subject Dr Istvan Bayli and Professor Collins, will share their enormous expertise and take questions in what proves to be a lively session which will examine the subject thoroughly. Surely a not to be missed opportunity to learn from the best for anyone dealing with developing young players.

The bridge day (Wednesday) will include practical demonstrations on the range and be an important part of the event, followed by a round of golf at the Lumine Resort.

Members of theDual Educational Event 3 Education Committee will be joined by Naill Flanagan (left) and Jane Booth to stage HoTS with subjects including linking PGA Education to national frameworks and higher education…Golf in developing/emerging markets….The Right coach, Right place, Right time philosophy…The European project – Golf Stand and its potential impact… Training for development of a career…  The core essentials of education/training and perhaps most importantly discussions around the rules of amateur status and the potential impact.

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