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Duchy College

Tournament Golf

UCAS Code: 2M5C

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) or Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BA/BSc (H)

Entry requirements


80 UCAS tariff points from your A Level qualifications e.g. CCD

A minimum of 80 tariff points in total.

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma

MMP

A minimum of 80 tariff points in total.

UCAS Tariff

80

From acceptable level 3 qualifications. Plus GCSE grade C/4 English Language and Mathematics; alternatives at level 2 may be considered.

100%
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About this course


Course option

3years

Full-time with time abroad | 2018

Are you ready to take your game to the next level? Be careful how you respond because well hold you to it. Training and learning to compete as a tournament golf professional is no mean feat. It requires drive, determination, application and most of all effort and commitment from you. Here at Tournament Golf College (TGC) we will prepare you mentally, physically, tactically, technically, personally and academically for the challenges that lie ahead.At TGC our philosophy is to enjoy the journey, to not just work hard, but work smart and become a disciplined, solution-based thinker: a key attribute for all top players. Learn how we break the game of golf down into performance segments, and work on solutions in many areas to make many small improvements. Learn more about what affects performance so you can take that all important responsibility for your own game. With your efforts, discipline and open mind we are a very powerful tool to help you achieve and maximise your potential.The BSc (Hons) Tournament Golf is a three year programme of study with winter training in Portugal during the second semester of each year. The taught programme runs from September until the end of March, finishing in time for the start of the golf season. You can expect to work at weekends, some evenings and have independent study during the playing season. The first semester is in the UK at St Mellion International Resort and the second in Portugal at Oceanico Golf.The programme prides itself on its relationships with industry and as such the opportunities for academic study and game play are extensive. The fantastic facilities provide a golfing environment second to none. For instance, over the past two years students have been enrolled onto the Algarve Professional Golf Tour and have competed with professionals. A number of our students have undertaken work placements at the prestigious Saadiyat Golf Resort, Dubai.This programme can also be studied as a one year top-up where you will complete year 3 only.**Possible Progression** (subject to availability) Postgraduate study at Master level**Possible Careers** Tournament ProfessionalCorporate HospitalitySports ManagementEvent Organiser**Information Events at St Mellion Golf International Resort**Dates for Events in Spring 2018 are to be confirmed.

Modules

Current Year 1 Modules - Golf Training & Periodisation - Introduction to Golf Psychology - Golf Tour Business - Brand & Image - Golf Performance Analysis - Professional Golf Development - Academic Development. Current Year 2 Modules - Golf Psychology - Golf Swing Science - Fitness & Training for Golf Performance - Global Sports Communication - Research Methods. Current Year 2 Options (choose one) - Professional Golf Experience - Independent Study Module. Current Year 3 Modules - An Interdisciplinary Approach to Golf - Applied Golf Psychology - Tournament Golf as a Business - Honours Project. Current Year 3 Options (choose one) - Professional Golf Experience - Independent Study Module. Modules are subject to change and availability

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£9,750
per year
England
£9,250
per year
EU
£9,250
per year
Northern Ireland
£9,250
per year
Scotland
£9,250
per year
Wales
£9,250
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Duchy College (Stoke Climsland)

Department:

Leisure

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