The New Zealand Golf National Development Programme outlines the talented player development pathway, the programme stages and the philosophy that underpins it all. The National Development Programme has been put in place to support New Zealand’s next generation of emerging talent as they strive to reach their potential and excel on the world stage.
Check out all the latest info on our Srixon Academy and Srixon Development players including their up to date WAGR and OOM rankings to their latest news images and video.
New Zealand Golf sends a number of New Zealand representative teams to international events around the world. Check out information around these events and past team success.
This section of the website is dedicated to providing the young emerging talent throughout New Zealand, and those willing to support them,
a place to find resources that may assist them as they progress. You will find five skill development categories below;
each of which having resource included with more to be added over time. Please feel free to use any of the articles,
templates or worksheets to help formulate your own development strategies and plans.
If you or your coach would like to assist others by adding to the growing resource please do so by contacting Gregg Thorpe,
the Talent Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Zealand Golf runs a season-long player ranking based on the highest to lowest
points on the Order Of Merit (OOM) Calendar. Points are allocated to Tournaments
dependent on the strength of the field and their ranking within the R & A points
The Kiwi Pro Watch is a weekly golf update to keep our golfers informed of how our best professionals are competing on the world stage from the PGA Tour to the PGA Tour of Australasia and everywhere in between. New Zealand golfers have a proud tradition of boxing above their weight and New Zealand Golf is committed to sharing their performances with our golfing community.
The general information section of the High Performance area of the website holds content relevant to developing golfers, their parents and their coaching support network. There is currently a profile on the US College system and the options available to those players thinking about combining a tertiary education with their on-going golfing development. This section of the website will be changed or updated from time to time so remember to check in every now and then to see what’s new.
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