CELEBRATING
24
YEARS OF BUSINESS

Welcome  to   Asian Golf Centre  in  Singapore
Golf Learning and Improvement Specialists. Business Reg. No. 47813000K (since 1993). Tel: 8222 1121
Golf lessons are conduct at Executive Golf Course & Driving Range.
Address: Track 7, Mandai Road, Upper Seletar Reservoir, Singapore 779384.





HOLE-IN-ONE PRIZE $200 CASH
Junior Golfer Monthly Game


Junior Golf Advance Programme 3
"Student learns to play and play to learn for fun"

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Junior Golf Advance Programme 3 - Golf Handicap Index Player
Junior golfer varying and improvising the golf swing technique for game enhancement 
Our mission is to enhance junior golfer playing with the specific golf knowledge, technique
and attitude at golf handicap index level.
Programme overview The lesson contents Lesson time availability Term and Condition Fee and Payment
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The Training Programme
This programme is a regular weekly one-hour junior golfer group lesson conducted at golf driving range. The programme is designed for junior golfer to enhance the specific golf game knowledge, skills and attitude at golf Handicap Index level (official golf playing skill).

Our teaching methodology is by direct, indirect, demonstration and experiential learning to benefit each junior golfer of auditory, visual and kinesthetic modes of learning. The contents will break into manageable segment of learning with order of increasing level of difficulties for enhancement learning. We will provide variety of challenging activities and game simulated plays for active and reinforce learning. The golf coach will be present to teach, motivate and impart the golf swing skills to the junior golfer.

Junior golfer will learn: to follow golf safety rules; discipline during lesson; aerobic skills and abilities to vary and improvise all specific golf swing technique. The lessons required the junior golfer to perform high intensity of physical and mental challenges to maintain and improvise the specific golf swing technique with performance outcome. The practical learning will encourage each junior golfer to intensify their gross motor, visual perception and cognitive skills. The required mental and motivation skills for the golf technique and game excellent performances will also be incorporated during the lessons. Junior golfer will learn and play within their physical and athletic ability. We will also be eliciting performance and enhancing retention.

The life skills include but not limited to: relating with others; empathy; managing peer relationships; non-violent conflict resolution; and social effective communication will be integrated in the teaching process for adaptive of positive behaviours.  This is to promote a holistic learning.


Our principles of teaching
1. To provide a provide fun and safe learning environment.
2. To provide positive pastoral care, responsibility and motivation.
3. To provide constant guidance, supervision, feedback and learning opportunities.
4. To focus on positive character development, learning effort, skill performance excellence and enjoyment.
5. To assist the Student maintaining and improvement their Handicap Index.
6. To feedback to parent on their junior golfer's performance.
The Learning Outcome
The learning outcome of this programme for the junior golfer is: able to create personal golf warm-up exercises; able to set goal for golf shot performance; able to identify their strengths and weakness of their golf technique; able to vary and improvise golf shot performances; and able to prepare the body and mind confidently for their monthly 2 hours golf game improvement. Student grows at different rates and their progress will varies.

The advance Junior golfer will be encouraged to participate in Inter-school golf competition when they achieved the golf competency.
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The Junior Swing Technique Varying and Improvising Lessons
Incorporating NLP™, Golf Psychology and Golf Sport Science principles

These are the lessons the junior golfer will learn



Lesson 1 The Golf Safety and Lesson Rules

The Golf Safety and Lesson Rules are the MOST IMPORTANT requirement for golf learning.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Safety and Lesson Rules
The learning outcome: Student should be able to list 5 five lesson rules

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns to abide to golf safety rules for lessons and game performance.
2. Student learns to identify strength and weaknesses of their golf swing technique.
3. Student learns to work on their golf shot performances weaknesses with the golf coach.
4. Student learns to set goals for their golf lesson.
5. Student learns to set goals for their golf game performance.
6. Student learns how to feedback on their performance to the golf coach.
7. Student learns to exhibit sportsmanship during golf lessons and game performance.




Lesson 2. The Golf Swing Static and Dynamic Exercises

The golf swing static and dynamic exercises is the foundational aerobic skills to condition the Student's body for the varying and improvising of the golf swing technique performance.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Swing Warming Up Activities - Agility and Flexibility Exercises
The learning outcome: Student should be able to develop their personal volume and intensity for warm up activities

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns to create their personal warm up exercises for golf-specific skills.
2. Student learns to create their intensity dynamic swing drills.
3. Student learns to vary the postural stability for the golf swing technique.
4. Student learns to vary the dynamic postural balance for golf swing technique performance.
5. Student learns to vary their shoulders rotation for the golf swing technique.
6. Student learns to vary and improvise body movement patterns for golf swing technique.
7. Student learns to vary and improvise their body agility, flexibility and mobility for the dynamic golf swing action.

Mental Skill and Active Learning:
1. Student learns to create their personal volume and intensity for the warming up activities.
2. Student learns to assess and evaluate their body readiness for the golf swing technique performance.




Lesson 3. The Golf Posture

The golf swing technique posture is a preliminary movement required for all golf swing technique. It accounted to 80 percent of the golf technique performance efficiency.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Swing Posture Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to set up the golf swing posture on uneven ground conditions

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns the dynamic posture stability for various golf swing performance intensities.
2. Student learns to improvise the golf swing posture when playing the golf ball on an uneven ground condition.
3. Student learns to vary and improvise the body weight distribution when playing the golf ball on an uneven ground condition.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the position of the arms, hands and golf club when playing the golf ball on an uneven ground
   condition.
5. Student learns to grip the golf club differently when performing different golf swing performances.

Mental Skill and Active Learning:
1. Student learns their visual perception skill of body alignment when playing the golf ball on an uneven ground condition.
2. Student learns to focus their 'Attentional and Emotion Control' when playing the golf ball on an uneven ground condition.




Lesson 4. The Golf Arm-Swing Technique (Mid intensity)

The golf arm-swing technique is an essential golf swing skill for the Student. It is horizontal transfer learning skill for the golf chipping, pitching and sandbunker technique.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Arm-swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to perform the golf iron arm-swing technique on uneven grounds

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns to vary and improvise the backswing and downswing movement for the golf arm-swing technique.
2. Student learns to vary and improvise the follow-through swing action for the golf arm-swing technique.
3. Student learns to vary the lower and upper body' movements for different golf arm-swing performance intensities.
4. Student learns to vary the shoulders rotation for different golf arm-swing performance intensities.
5. Student learns to improvise the wrists flexion and extension movements for different golf arm-swing performance intensities.
6. Student learns to improvise the tempo and rhythm for the golf arm-swing technique.
7. Student learns to improvise their optimum golf ball striking ability.

Mental Skill and Active Learning:
1. Student learns to 'goal setting' for their golf arm-swing technique performance.
2. Student learns the 'Attentional Control' for the golf arm-swing technique performance.
3. Student learns the ability to repeat their effective golf ball flight performance for active learning.




Lesson 5. The Golf Iron Full-Swing Technique (mid intensity)

A Student must know how to perform the golf iron full-swing technique within their physical and athletic ability. Different golf iron clubs is designed to produce different golf ball flight performances. The goal is the ability to propel a golf ball accurately to various distance targets on the golf course. This is a proficient golf swing skill.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Iron Full Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to propel the golf ball to 100 meters

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns to refine and improvise the backswing, downswing movement for the golf iron full-arm swing technique.
2. Student learns to refine and improvise the follow-through and finish swing action for the golf iron full-arm swing technique.
3. Student learns to vary and improvise the wrists flexion and extension movements for the golf iron full-arm golf swing movement.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise their intensity for golf iron full-swing dynamic performance.
5. Student learns to refine the body weight-transfer during a golf swing technique performance.
6. Student learns to refine and improvise the lower and upper body' movements and an efficient golf swing action.
7. Student learns to improvise their personal esthetic of the golf swing technique performance.

Mental Skills and Active Learning:
1. Student learns what is 'goal setting' for their golf shot performance.
2. Student learns what and how to perform the pre-shot routine?
3. Student learns what is 'Attentional Control'for the golf iron full-swing technique performance.
4. Student learns what is 'Internal and External feedback' of the their golf technique performance.
5. Student learns the challenge to repeat their optimum golf ball flight performance for active learning.
6. Student learns to assess and evaluate their golf shot performance for active learning.




Lesson 6. The Golf Driver Swing Technique (high intensity)

The golf driver swing technique is an important golf swing skill for Student to hit the golf ball to farthest distance on the fairway accurately within their physical and athletic ability.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Driver Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to propel the golf ball to over 100 meters

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf posture for the golf driver swing technique.
2. Student learns to vary golf ball position at 'Address Position'.
3. Student learns to improvise the golf ball tee-up height for the golf driver swing technique
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the backswing, downswing, follow-through and finish-swing for the golf driver swing technique.
5. Student learns to vary the lower and upper body' movements and an efficient golf driver swing action.
6. Student learns to vary the dynamic swing movement of the arms and hands to lead the golf swing action.
7. Student learns to vary and improvise the dynamic golf swing rhythm and timing for the driver swing technique.
8. Student learns to improvise their esthetic of the golf driver swing technique performance.

Mental skills and Active Learning:
1. Student learns what is 'Attentional Control' in golf psychology and the application for the golf driver swing technique performance.
2. Student learns what and how to perform the pre-shot routine?
3. Student learns the challenge to repeat their optimum golf ball flight performance for active learning.
4. Student learns to assess and evaluate their golf shot performance for active learning.




Lesson 7. The Golf Putting Swing Technique

The golf putting swing technique is for Student to hit and roll the golf ball accurately into the hole on the putting green. This is the most challenging skill as every putting green on the golf course is uniquely designed. The goal is to get the golf ball into the hole with least number of strokes.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Putting Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to develop their personal golf putting swing technique performance

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns the importance of the golf putting technique performance for the game.
2. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf posture setup for the golf putting technique.
3. Student learns to vary and improvise the arms and hands position at Address Position.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the hands, fingers tension for the golf putting technique.
5. Student learns to vary backswing (take away), downswing and follow through of an efficient putting stroke.
6. Student learns to vary the intensity for the single stroke pendulum swing movement.
7. Student learns how to execute short and long putts accurately and confidently.

Mental Skill and Active Learning:
1. Student learns the 'goal setting' for a golf putting swing technique performance.
2. Student learns what and how to perform the pre-shot routine?
3. Student learns to improvise their visual-perceptual skill of golf ball alignment to the hole.
4. Student learns to play line and ladder drills with increasing challenge for active learning.
5. Student plays 2-putt game' with increasing difficulty for active learning.




Lesson 8. The Golf Chipping Swing Technique

The golf chipping swing technique is play outside the putting green. It is a low trajectory golf ball flight performance. A Student should know how to improvise the golf arm-swing skill to propel the golf ball toward the hole on the putting green. The performance outcome is to get the golf ball to stop near to the hole on the putting green.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Chipping Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to get the golf ball to stop on the putting green near the hole

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns the importance of golf chipping shot performance for the golf game.
2. Student learns to how to describe a chipping shot performance for the golf game.
3. Student learns the condition and standard of performance required for the golf chipping technique.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf posture setup for the golf chipping technique performance.
5. Student learns to vary and improvise correct golf ball position for optimum impact by the clubface.
6. Student learns to vary the lower and upper body movement for the golf chipping technique.
7. Student learns the vary and improvise the correct hands and arms movement for the golf chipping technique.
8. Student learns the vary and improvise the follow-through swing action for an effective golf shot performance.

Mental Skills and Active Learning:
1. Student learns 'goal setting' for their golf chipping shot performance.
2. Student learns to intensify their visual modalities for the optimum golf chipping shot performance.
3. Student learns to create their pre-shot routine for the golf chipping shot performance.
4. Student plays line and ladder drills games with increasing challenge for active learning.
5. Student learns to assess and evaluate their golf chipping shot performance for active learning.




Lesson 9. The Golf Pitching Swing Technique

The golf pitching swing technique is play outside the putting green. It is a high trajectory golf ball flight performance. A Student should know how to improvise the golf arm-swing skill to propel the golf ball toward the target on the putting green. The performance outcome is to get the golf ball to stop near to the hole on the putting green.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Pitching Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to get the golf ball to stop on the putting green near the hole

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns the importance of golf pitching shot performance for the golf game.
2. Student learns to how to describe a pitching shot performance for the golf game.
3. Student learns the condition and standard of performance required for the golf pitching technique.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf posture setup for the golf pitching technique performance.
5. Student learns to vary and improvise the correct golf ball position for optimum impact by the clubface.
6. Student learns to vary and improvise the correct lower and upper body movement for the golf pitching technique.
7. Student learns to vary and improvise the correct hands and arms movement for the golf pitching technique.
8. Student learns to vary and improvise the follow-through swing action for an effective golf shot performance.

Mental Skills and Active Learning:
1. Student learns 'goal setting' for their golf pitching shot performance.
2. Student learns to intensify their visual modalities for the optimum golf pitching shot performance.
3. Student learns to create their pre-shot routine for the golf pitching shot performance.
4. Student plays line and ladder drills games with increasing challenge for active learning.
5. Student learns to assess and evaluate their golf pitching shot performance for active learning.




Lesson 10. The Golf Greenside Sandbunker Swing Technique

The golf greenside sandbunker swing technique is to challenge the Student shot-making proficiency, the golf ball is plays on the sand.

Asian Golf Centre Junior Golf Geenside Sandbunker Swing Technique Lesson
The learning outcome: Student should be able to get the golf ball out of the sandbunker toward the target in one attempt

Refinement and Enhancement:
1. Student learns the importance of the golf sandbunker shot performance for the game.
2. Student learns the standard of the sandbunker shot performance for the game.
3. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf posture setup for the golf sandbunker swing technique.
4. Student learns to vary and improvise the golf ball position at Address Position.
5. Student learns to vary and improvise 'the point of impact on the sand' behind the golf ball for the clubface to strike?
6. Student learns to vary and improvise the arms and hands dynamic swing action.
7. Student learns to vary and improvise the follow-through swing action.

Mental Skills and Active Learning:
1. Student learns 'goal setting' for the golf sandbunker swing technique performance.
2. Student learns the perception skill of body alignment in the sandbunker.
3. Student learns what and how perform their pre-shot routine for active learning?
4. Student plays line drill games with increasing challenge for active learning.
5. Student learns to assess their golf shot performance for active learning.

Junior Golf Advance Programme 3 regular enhancement lessons require repetition of golf swing knowledge, skill and attitude instructions. We provide constant guidance, supervision, feedback and opportunity for the junior golfer to perform their golf swing technique as proficient as they should be. Junior golfer are to perform all the golf swing skills within their physical and athlete ability.

Adult may takes many months to master all the golf swing technique. Our primary goal is assisting the junior golfer to achieve the sense of accomplishment of  the golf technique's proficiency for the golf game. The distance of the ball flight performance is a secondary goal base on the individual physical and athletic ability performance.

There will be golf swing proficiency assessment and evaluation on junior golfers' individual attitude and aptitude during the lessons and golf game. The performance progress will be feedback to parents.

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Terms and Conditions
Programme, Coaching, Lesson frequency, Student per class, Programme Duration and Venue

Programme:

Junior Golf Advance Programme 3.
Coaching:
Junior group and one-to-one coaching.
Lesson frequency:
One (1) hour weekly regular lesson.
Student per class:
Four (4) students per coach at the range.
Programme's duration:
6 to 18 months to achieve golf handicap index level.
Certification:
Singapore Golf Association (SGA) Handicap Index for National Junior Golf Competition.
Venue:


Executive Golf Course and Diving Range.
Address: Track 7, Mandai Road, Upper Seletar Reservoir, Singapore 779384.

Equipment and Practice range golf ball

Equipment for lesson:

Student is required to use their golf equipment and wear proper golf attire for lessons.
Practice range golf ball:


Student is required to purchase the practice range golf balls for their golf swing technique practices during lessons.
Currently the cost is $2.40 for 40 practice balls by Cash Card.

The Requirements by Asian Golf Centre, Golf Course Facility Operator, Singapore Sports Council and MOE

Registration:


Parent of student is required to fill in a Student Information Form for our records of their particulars, previous sport history,
medical conditions and any important information that parent think is essential for the Teaching Professional to know.

Role of Parents: Parent is required to sign the Guideline by Singapore Ministry of Education and Singapore Sports Council.
Letter of Indemnity: Parent is required to sign the Letter of Indemnity for the Junior regular golf lesson.


Outfit for lesson:

Student is required to come in golf attire. Golf shoe, collar T-shirt and proper short or pant.

Sport Environment safety requirement by Singapore Sports Council and Ministry of Education (MOE)

Environment safety:

We provide and ensure a safe environment during the lesson.
Inclement weather:
Lesson time availability
In the event of inclement weather the lesson will be conducted at the sheltered practice range.

Lesson Time Availability

Lesson time availability
on weekends:















Saturday Sunday
Lesson Time Slot Availability Lesson Time Slot Availability
  9am 2 students slots available 9am Available for adult lesson only
  10am Full with 5 students 10am 2 students slots available
11am 2 students slots available 11am 1 student slot available
  12pm 2 students slots available 12pm 1 student slot available
2pm 1 student slot available 2pm 1 students slot available
3.30pm 2 students slots available 3pm 2 students slots available
4.30pm 1 student slot available 4.30pm 2 students slots available
5.30pm 2 students slots available 5.30pm 2 students slots available
  6.30pm 2 students slots available 6.30pm 2 students slots available
The lesson times and availabilities are updated on the 1st day of every month
Lesson time availability
on weekdays:
We are currently organising regular weekdays junior golfer group lessons. Please call us for update.

 New golf student: 





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Student who is signing up for this programme is required to have a one time one-to-one 45 minutes golf assessment
lesson by the Teaching Professional. This lesson is for the student to learn: golf safety rules; lesson rules;
the golf posture setup; how to hold the golf club; arm swing skill and experience the lesson's requirement.

We need the student to acknowledge that he or she will like to learn and play golf before joining the group lessons.
The fee for this one time one-to-one lesson is $90.00 per Student.

Fee for regular weekends (Saturday and Sunday) junior group and one-to-one (individual) lesson:
Programme Fee; Cost of range practice balls; and Fee for usage of other training grounds.

Programme fee for
group lesson:


Fee for year 2017 junior group lesson is $160.00 per month for four (4) weekend lessons per student.
If there is five (5) weekend lessons in the month the programme fee is $200.00 per student.

Range balls for lesson:

When lesson is conducted at the sheltered range, student is required to purchase the practice range golf balls for their
golf swing technique practices. Currently the cost is $2.40 for 40 practice balls by Cash Card.

Fee for other training
ground usage:



When lesson is conducted at the putting, chipping and sandbunker training grounds, each student is required to pay a
$2.00 per hour fee to the MEGC office for the usage.

We will provide F.O.C. practice golf balls for putting, chipping and sandbunker lessons only.

Programme fee for
one-to-one lesson:

Fee for year 2017 is $360.00 per month for four (4) weekend lessons per student.
If there is five (5) weekends in the month the programme fee is $450.00 per student.

Fee for regular weekdays (Monday to Friday) junior group and one-to-one (individual) lesson:
Programme Fee; Cost of range practice balls; and Fee for usage of other training grounds.

Programme fee for
group lesson:


Currently we do not have weekday junior group lesson.
Please call for coaching fee if you have two (2) or more junior wanting to sign up for regular weekdays lesson.

Range balls for lesson:

When lesson is conducted at the sheltered range, student is required to purchase the practice range golf balls for their
golf swing technique practices. Currently the cost is $2.40 for 40 practice balls by Cash Card.

Fee for other training
ground usage:



When lesson is conducted at the putting, chipping and sandbunker training grounds, each student is required to pay a
$2.00 per hour fee to the MEGC office for the usage.

We will provide F.O.C. practice golf balls for putting, chipping and sandbunker lessons only.

Programme fee for
one-to-one lesson:

Fee for year 2017 is $280.00 per month for four (4) weekday lessons per student.
If there is five (5) weekends in the month the programme fee is $350.00 per student.

Fee, Payment and Termination of Lesson

Fee:

In Singapore dollars nett. No Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Payment:


Advance full month programme fee payment in cash, cheque or Internet Banking transfer only.
Programme fee is non-refundable and non-transferable in any event that the participant could not complete the agreed lessons of the month.

Termination of lesson:

One month notice.

Liability
Asian Golf Centre will not be held responsible for any claims arising out of any personal injury, disability or loss of life in connection during the golf lesson/activity/events. This includes all costs, and expenses incurred as a result of such claims.
Change of Terms and conditions
Asian Golf Centre reserved the rights to change the terms and conditions without prior notice.

 

Give your children an opportunity: to enhance their physical talent of the golf swing skills;
be a competitive golfer; and play in school golf competition.

Call us for a FREE discussion on your required training programme

Professional service is only a phone call away

Call Philip Ang at Tel: 82221121 for sign-up details