All swing together
PUPILS at Holywell Primary School took up the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of golf at a new after-school club. The pupils attended a six-week programme in which they learnt about the game, including putting and chipping. The club met in the sch
PUPILS at Holywell Primary School took up the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of golf at a new after-school club.
The pupils attended a six-week programme in which they learnt about the game, including putting and chipping. The club met in the school hall where children used Tri-Golf equipment, which has been adapted for schools and indoor use.
The club was set up by Huntingdonshire District Council's leisure development team in conjunction with Tai Tuwai, a PGA teaching professional from Hemingford Abbots Golf Complex.
Martin Grey, youth sport development officer, said: "This is the first golf after-school club we have held and it went very well. Tri-Golf is a great initiative that can give young people an insight into golf. We will be looking to expand the clubs into further schools across the district".
Tai Tuwai, said: "The development of the pupils over the six weeks was excellent, we now hope they continue with the sport and advance their games further.
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