How will our WGTF of GB & I Coach
improve your game?

Our qualifications are accredited and audited by EDI.

EDI works in collaboration with industry, governments, universities and professional bodies around the world to ensure its qualifications and assessments are accredited, recognised and relevant.

- Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA)
- Department for Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills in Wales (DELLS)
- Council for the Curriculum Examinations and Assessment in Northern Ireland (CCEA)

Why insist on a yourgolfacademy


The yourgolfacademies exist to offer golfers a results orientated service. Meaning if you come for golf lessons to improve any aspect of your game we guarantee you will improve. Delivering these guaranteed improvements means our coaches are trained to some pretty exacting standards. Only when our coaches reach these exacting benchmarks do we feel 100% confident in recommending them to you, hence their status as recommended coaches.

All recommended coaches are always subject to public scrutiny and an overall customer satisfaction mark is kept on their profile (available through the 'find a golf coach' facility) and regularly updated. Every client has the opportunity to fill out the customer feedback form whether by hand copy or on-line.

At the very heart of our concept is our desire to discover as much about you, your goals and your current position so we can agree the route forward to guarantee success.

All of our academies operate a powerful set of customer promises and services while presenting an exciting range of set and tailor-made improvement packages all offering incredible value.

Listed here are the services, programs and equipment available under our client charter at any Yougrolfacademy.

 

 

"The WGTF of GB teachers training course was a revelation, all aspects of the golf game were covered in a step by step formula, that not only teaches you how to teach golf, but how to communicate, have empathy with your peers and is a fountain of knowledge, for those seeking to pass on the gift of teaching golf."

Michael Dwyer