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.
The New Zealand Golf National Development Programme is the pathway that takes New Zealand golfers to success on the international stage. It encompasses specific age and stage appropriate programmes that are geared towards a common objective of developing more New Zealand golfers who achieve success at the highest level on the world stage.
The National Development programme encompasses four key phases of a players progression that are supported by New Zealand Golf. This section looks at each phase and how the underpinning programme philosophy relates to the players stage of development in these phases.
A critical aspect of player development is the need to introduce players to competitive environments that continually challenge their level and stage of development
To assist a player in excelling within the New Zealand Golf National Development Programme, it takes an integrated and complete approach covering all five key performance pillars.
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