Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 posted by LWGS
The many articles regarding the changes within the golf industry focus a great deal on the game itself.
The new generation of golfers and those working within the industry, will face a series of new and exciting challenges in line with the changes in sport overall.
Preparing young golfers for their career, whether as a player, a coach, a caddy, or entering the industry through another route, it is important to allow them to experience a wide and varied number of roles.
Having worked with so many students over the years to ensure they fulfill their ambitions and goals, it is always so great to receive such positive feedback.
“The Lee Westwood Golf School graduates have been a perfect fit as staff members at The Grove. They join the team with an in depth knowledge of the golfing industry and what is required within a 5* golf operation. More importantly the students who have joined our team show a genuine passion for golf and their enthusiasm results in excellent service for our guests. We hope to continue to take on future graduates and watch them develop in the industry.”
Golf Operations Manager, The Grove Hotel Golf & Spa
This June sees the next group of graduates leaving the School having completed their education and golf training over the last 1-2 years.
It would be great to reach out to UK or overseas golf clubs, resorts or golf businesses who do have any vacancies for young golf minded people?
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