Dunes Golf Centre are proud to be one of the most successful facilities in Europe when it comes to the number of women that have started the game through love.golf.
Backed by ground-breaking research, love.golf is a proven approach to women’s coaching, delivered by a community of coaches who engage, inspire and progress women in the sport.
An alternative to what might be typically expected from women’s golf coaching, love.golf experiences also take place on the golf course so that women learn how they want to learn in a group environment free from any dress codes or unnecessary rules.
Statistically, only 12% of golf club members in Scotland are female and that is a number Dunes are on a mission to change for the good of the game as a whole.
Golf is a game that is safe to play during the Covid19 outbreak and love.golf lessons are no different. Lots of measures have been put in place to provide a safe environment for you to enjoy your learning experience.
Try love.golf at Dunes for free – click here to register your space.
The love.golf coaching programme is described as being ‘pleasingly different’ to what was expected by the women who have taken part.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the [love.golf] lesson .. was so much better than expected. I surprised myself that I could actually hit the ball! Was very enjoyable… you have so much patience with us … which relaxed everyone to just enjoy it.”
PGA Professional – Peter Myers has delivered love.golf coaching programmes to over 375 women from the Fraserburgh and Peterhead area since 2016.
“I believe there is a golfer inside everyone and my job is to help draw that golfer out, rather than trying to impart lots of technique changes and telling someone how to play the game,” states Peter.
“I know that most people think and expect golf lessons to be very technical and regimented in that you have to stand or hold the club in a certain way.
“Now don’t get me wrong, good fundamentals do help but I enjoy setting up an environment where the women taking part are free to make mistakes, in fact, all the bad shots and missed balls are integral to the learning process.
“Very quickly, with a bit of guidance, everyone gets hitting the ball better than they expected and that look on their faces, when they are surprised how good they can be, is the reason I do what I do.”
The love.golf sessions have been so popular that nearly everyone in the local area knows someone who has gone through the programme.
If you would like to give it a go then take advantage of the upcoming FREE of charge taster sessions later this month. Spaces are limited so don’t delay book today.
Go to: www.dunesgolfcentre.co.uk/lovegolf