L&RGU County Boys Training, Development & Recruitment
The purpose of the L&RGU’s Training & Squad Performance Programme is to progress Leicestershire’s young golfing talent through the pyramid of County Boys team tiers ranging from U14’s, U16’s and U18’s to ultimately play for the L&RGU 1st team and beyond. This is achieved by offering young qualifying golfers playing opportunities and non-technique based golf training that is designed to improve the golfers tournament preparation, play and performance.
The training takes place at various venues around the County and is in small groups, with lots of opportunities to play. The County training program is a fantastic opportunity to take your game to the next level.
L&RGU County Coaching Team
Richard Hughes, the County Coach, works with the L&RGU Junior Management Team to develop and deliver the Training Program for the County Junior Squads.
2021/22 County Boys Squad recruitment opportunities
Are you ready to take your game to the next level?
Players are eligible to apply if they are;
A member of an affiliated L&RGU Golf Club.
Under 14 on 1st Jan 2022 and have a WHS Handicap Index of 28 or less or
Under 16 on 1st Jan 2022 and have a WHS Handicap Index of 18 or less or
Under 18 on 1st Jan 2022 and have a WHS Handicap Index of 10 or less
If your son meets the eligibility criteria above, is interested in finding out more about the programme, and would like to be considered for a place please complete the form below and I will contact you to discuss the next steps.
If your son does not exactly fit this criteria but is under 14 on 1st Jan 2022 has a WHS Handicap of 40 or less and would like to find out more about County Junior Golf we are looking to run a couple of taster sessions towards the end of this year and the start of 2022 - please submit the form and I will contact you regarding this.
If you have any questions please give me a call.
Mick Billingham, Director of Junior Golf, 07941 998571
Important note the form must be submitted by a Parent or Guardian and not the player themselves.