What is the Junior Golf Passport?
Learning about golf can be great fun but practising the same thing over and over again can get boring. That's why the Golf Foundation has produced the Junior Golf Passport, now recognised as the National Learning Programme.
The Junior Golf Passport is a scheme that teaches you everything you need to know about playing the game, but the good news is, it's based on fun.
Once you've found a PGA Professional who's operating the scheme, he or she will introduce you to all sorts of games, activities and drills that make learning about golf exciting and interesting.
Do you think you could master ‘Ladders’ or could you remember to ‘One step, two step’ every time you take a putt or ‘Spot on Landings’ when chipping? How many points do you think you could score playing ‘Sharp Shooter’ or ‘Tunnel’.
When you're enrolled on the Junior Golf Passport you'll be given your very own Junior Golf Passport. Your Leader or Teaching Professional will use this to record your progress. The booklet also contains lots of useful advice and information. Keep it in your golf bag and you'll be able to look at it whenever you're practicing or playing.
The Junior Golf Passport has been designed especially for you. It will provide you with a permanent record of your progress and if you stay with it take you up to playing 18 holes in 110 shots or better. This will set you on the road to a lifetime of fun playing the best game in the world.