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Glen Innes Country Tour

The Glen Innes Country Tour took place from the 15th - 18th September 2011.

JNJG Development Officer Sharon Nott, alongside Peter Cole from Glen Innes GC conducted the 4 day event which incorporated a modified MyGolf school session at the local primary school, a teacher training day, a community golf coaches course and a junior clinic.

The 4 day country tour was a success and if there are any golf clubs out there that would like the opportunity to develop and promote their golf programs please email

Forbes Junior Camp

Registered MyGolf Centre, Forbes GC held a 2 day camp in which 30 juniors aged between 7 - 15 years participated. The camp kick started the 'Bronze Program' and juniors will continue this over the next 8 weeks with the Community Coaches at Forbes,

Bruce McLean, Head Coach at WRAS and JNJG Development Officer Sharon Nott coordinated the coaching side of the camp and were assisted by a great support team of community coaches.

November is now an exciting time for Forbes as they have organised for 13 juniors to attend the Australian Open. The 3 day weekend will also include a junior tournament at East Lakes, clinic with Geoff Ogilvy and Bubba Watson and a coaching clinic with country junior golf professional Eddie Emerson and JNJG head coach Khan Pullen.

Wellington Junior Coaching Day - 7th October 2011

Even though the juniors were presented with some wet weather they still gained some expert coaching from Golf Pro Peter Mayson (Mudgee GC), JNJG Development Officer Sharon Nott and Community coach Braeden Wilson.

The day was coordinated by Marie Cornish and Sue Martin from Wellington GC and a range of fundamental golf skills and activities were the focus of the day with a few holes of golf incorporated into the day aswell.

Wellington GC are now organising some 'Sunday Family Days' during the next few months. If you are interested in participating in these days and supporting the golf clubs efforts to grow its junior capacity it would be greatly appreciated.

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