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“Sustaining Momentum & Growing the Game” – WSP II 2009/13 February 2009. 2005/09: Some Highlights. The Vision to 2020. Outcomes 2009/13. The 9 Point Plan. The Offer. Investment. Player and Coaching Pathway and Delivery. Conclusion. THIS PRESENTATION.

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2005/09: Some Highlights.

The Vision to 2020.

Outcomes 2009/13.

The 9 Point Plan.

The Offer.

Investment.

Player and Coaching Pathway and Delivery.

Conclusion.

THIS PRESENTATION

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Golf development delivery infrastructure enhanced through schools, School Club Links, golf in the community, accredited clubs and County Golf Partnerships.

More development officers to drive programmes providing enhanced professional support.

Funding to clubs to provide participation opportunities, as well as more support to help them.

Investment for facilities to increase participation.

WSP 2005/09: SOME HIGHLIGHTS (SEE IMPACT REPORT)

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A clearer player pathway, a linked coaching programme and an education framework which meets the requirements of the UKCC.

More opportunities for talented players to reach their potential and progress to the elite levels of the game (professional ranks).

More support for, and recognition of volunteers, support for child protection and equality.

WSP 2005/09: SOME HIGHLIGHTS (SEE IMPACT REPORT)

thoughts on progress to date
THOUGHTS ON PROGRESS TO DATE
  • The plan and the approach were designed to meet the needs of golf. That remains the case.
  • Golf has shown its commitment to move the sport forward in collaboration across a wide range of areas.
  • Significant effort and resources are being directed at increasing and sustaining participation in golf.
  • Opportunities outside the game are being maximised for the benefit of golf.
  • The early trends are encouraging, but we need to maintain the momentum.
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18 Challenges reduced to 9:

THE VISION TO 2020

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Player Pathway& Coaching

Young People

Adult Growth

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More support for people to achieve their potential through a player pathway, linked to an appropriately skilled coaching workforce.

Opportunities for young people to experience golf in schools, the community, clubs and ranges.

Continue to target adult growth, sustained participation and an enhanced playing experience through CGPs.

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Player Pathway& Coaching

Capacity

Young People

Volunteers

Adult Growth

Partnerships

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More support for people to achieve their potential through a player pathway, linked to an appropriately skilled coaching workforce.

Increase capacity in the officer network to support golf’s ability to realise its strategic goals.

Opportunities for young people to experience golf in schools, the community, clubs and ranges.

More support and recognition for volunteers, particularly young leaders.

Continue to target adult growth, sustained participation and an enhanced playing experience through CGPs.

Develop partnerships inside and outside golf to add value to increasing and sustaining participation.

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Player Pathway& Coaching

Capacity

Facilities

Young People

Volunteers

Target Implementation

Adult Growth

Partnerships

Widening Access

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More support for people to achieve their potential through a player pathway, linked to an appropriately skilled coaching workforce.

Increase capacity in the officer network to support golf’s ability to realise its strategic goals.

Invest in short game and practice facilities, which can encourage and sustain participation and help skill development.

Opportunities for young people to experience golf in schools, the community, clubs and ranges.

More support and recognition for volunteers, particularly young leaders.

Use research data to target implementation as effectively as possible.

Continue to target adult growth, sustained participation and an enhanced playing experience through CGPs.

Develop partnerships inside and outside golf to add value to increasing and sustaining participation.

More emphasis on widening access to golf for people with disabilities, people from black and ethnic groups and women and girls.

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Player Pathway& Coaching

Capacity

Facilities

Young People

Volunteers

Target Implementation

Adult Growth

Partnerships

Widening Access

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Over the period 2009/13, the plan will invest £35.45m from golfing organisations and Sport England into the development of the game.

Sport England funding represents 36% of the investment.

Of this, 14% is directed towards the Grow Outcome; 63% towards Sustain; and, 23% towards Excel.

SUMMARY OF INVESTMENT 2009/13

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Some key factors influencing how we work in 2009/13:

Fit with priorities in national and county plans;

County has a CGP;

Focus on an area where schools, clubs and school-club link activity is in place and working effectively;

Collaborative external partnerships can demonstrably add value to golf’s ability to increase participation, enhance satisfaction or provide opportunities for players to get better;

Evidential data indicates that there is a substantive pool of potential golfers in the locale;

Opportunities to link the whole player pathway.

DETERMINING INVESTMENT

england pathway talent pool
England Pathway ‘Talent Pool’

Sustain

Grow

Excel

Learn

Improve

Develop

Perform

Excel

Elite

Pro Game

M 23% EOM

F13%LET

National Coaching

M47

F36

Regional Coaching

F

40

M80

County Coaching (inc County Development)

M5,000

F410

School, Community & Club Coaching

M338,000

F35,000