New Program To Benefit Young Golfers

New Program

Young Scottish golfers will benefit from a new program, developed by Scottish Golf, which aims to promote players’ transitions from amateur to professional golf.

A new support and finance package designed to bridge the gap between amateur and professional golf, is promising young golfers will help establish fresh new talent in the European Tour.

Scottish Golf, the governing body responsible for the scheme, will give players funding for two years, coaching and management support.

“It’s an initiative for helping the best talent we’ve got,” explained Blane Dodds, chief executive of Scottish Golf.

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