Matt Ellis, Golf Academy Manager & PGA Instructor, Neil Jones, Level Two Tutor, Paul Johnson, Level One Tutor & and Joanne Cawthorne, P.A to the Performance Director at Hartpury College Golf Academy, accompanied thirty-one (31) students aged between 16 – 18 years for 5-days of warm weather winter training at the Desert Springs Resort between 29th January & 03rd February.
The Hartpury College Golf Academy provides players with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and golfing skills by offering regular coaching and playing time. PGA Professionals at Hartpury College provide the coaching and practice sessions, which take place around academic sessions, so that students are developing both their academic and golfing abilities.
Hartpury College Golf Academy return to Desert Springs Resort
for fifth consecutive year for Winter Training Camp
Student George Bryant-Stroud of the England Regional Squad remarked:
“The practice facilities here are just awesome!
This was the perfect preparation for the season ahead, see you next year!”
“What a brilliant week at Desert Springs, I got so much out of the training camp to take forward into my season, thank you to all of the staff!”
“A sensational training camp and a stunning golf course, thank you for looking after us so well.”
“I just love coming back to Desert Springs, everything is just so good here to allow a player to hone their game. The golf course was in just stunning condition!”
Those are the verdicts of Alexandra Giles of the England Regional Squad, Alex Talbot of the England Regional Squad and Reece Swain, all full time students from the Hartpury College Golf Academy.
The training camp utilized the excellent practice facilities at the Desert Springs Golf Academy where the PGA Instructors were able provide one-to-one tuition and take advantage of the use of the Desert Springs short game academy prior to the students embarking on their rounds on The Indiana course.
The students and officials were accommodated in some of the privately owned apartments normally reserved for holidays and short breaks at Desert Springs and the resort’s executive chef was on hand to cater for the special dietary requirements of individual players dining each evening in the ‘The Crocodile Club’ Restaurant.
Matt Ellis: Golf Academy Manager & PGA Instructor at the Hartpury College Golf Academy remarked:
“This was my first visit to Desert Springs, what a resort!
We were made to feel welcome by everybody and the facilities are first class.
Thank you for a sensational training camp, the students have got so much from their week and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2018!”
Paul Johnson, Level One Tutor at the Hartpury College Golf Academy commented:
“I am very familiar with Desert Springs Resort and have to say that the experience and the standards just get better and better, thank you so much and see you next year!”
For further information on The Hartpury College Golf Academy visit their official website www.hartpury.ac.uk