Robert Rock Junior Award Programme
The programme working from a colour band system has set targets and goals to achieve to reach the next level progressively testing the player along the way. Following from the programme booklet the pupil and parent have constant feedback on their progress, with a certificate awarded on completion of each colour band.
The academy has many benefits with visits from Robert himself and tour advice to help progression.
Multi tournament winning Robert Rock is one of the most charismatic and stylish players on the European Tour.Securing his Tour card in 2003 Robert claimed his maiden victory at the Italian Open in 2011 followed by enjoying his finest moment, winning the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship 2012 holding off a host of star players including Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods in the final round.
A keen student of the game, Robert boasts one of the best swings in the sport and launched his own Golf Academy and now has sites worldwide teaching juniors through to Tour Professionals with great success.
Saturday 5th January – Saturday 6th April
Sunday 6th January – Sunday 7th April
Wednesday 9th January – Wednesday 4th April
|White/Yellow||The starting point to every golfers journey, learning the basics to the set up and experiencing the full swing, chipping and putting. Copying the professionals technique to bring the development along the way.|
|Red/Sky||Learning the importance of good balance and routine to your shots whilst adding in club head awareness and shot selection.|
|Royal/Navy||The Royal and Navy band calls upon the skills learnt from the previous bands while starting to understand distances hit, swing drills and the mental side of the game.|
|Green/Purple||Continuing the path, these bands focus on learning new ball flights and how to get the most from your practise sessions. Added to this is the emphasis on course play and scores achieved.|
|Grey/Black||The pinnacle of the awards, aiming to put the finishing touches to the young players game. Goal setting and playing from sloping / bad lies along with drawing the golfer out to reach their full potential are the focus.|