Look out for our take action logos in our Golf Cubs Magazines
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An opportunity for you to set the objects and equipment out as illustrated in the magazine to play some golf!
Improve your understanding of the game and learn more about how to become the best Golf Cub out there!
It’s not all about hitting the ball… there are lots of important soft skills to be learnt through playing golf. Why not give them a try and see how you can improve your golf while having fun!
Golf is for everyone! Look out for this logo and go head-to-head with our ‘Grown-ups vs Juniors’ challenges. May the best junior win!
Safety is the most important thing to consider when playing golf. Staying safe means everyone can enjoy themselves to the max! Think: is the area around you safe to play/practise?
With the assistance of a grown-up, use a QR scanner app or the camera on a smartphone device to access the video vault, where you’ll be able to watch games being set up and played.
Issue 3 has been finalised and Loki is just giving it the once over before being sent off to the jungle printers!! Activities that will be sure to keep your children READING, WRITING, LEARNING and most important of all, having FUN!
– Exclusive access to The Den.
– Discover animated Golf Cub practise videos in the Video Vault.
– Explore the Games Cave for Cub (Word) Searches, Anagrams, and other activities.
– Keep track of those wins in the Scorecard Hub.
– The Grown-ups Crash-Out is a support forum for our older lions in The Den.
What an amazing idea this is. I really mean that. It’s brilliant. Mia goes to weekly lessons and is also playing on the Robert rock tour. But with only one of her parents a golfer it’s hard to keep her practice up through the week. This, however, is a fun, gentle and easy way of practicing without it being golf practice in the week. Even her mom has joined in the games! Mia loves the magazine and has taken delight in showing her mom the website… this should be in every single golf club in the country! Honestly, this is the best idea ever, as it’s soooooo hard for parents and this is the solution!
We have gone through the Golf Cubs magazine and both my son who loves golf and my daughter who doesn’t, loved the magazine and also enjoyed the games and puzzles in there.
We’ve played a couple of the games on the golf cubs website and must say that my son loved it as it helped him develop the skills needed for his game but my daughter who as I mentioned earlier is not a golf fan, also loved the games. She thought they were fun and I can say it’s the first time I’ve heard her say she likes golf
Golf Cubs magazine is perfect for your junior golf camp or even for private lessons. The magazine gets the juniors more involved in their learning progress because the magazine brings up golf fundamentals on the juniors level. I used Golf Cubs for my summer golf camp ages 4-11 year olds and it was a big success with all the ages!
I love this magazine and I recommend that you order your Golf Cubs magazine today!
The kids we coach love reading and playing games from the Golf Cubs magazine. It's adds an extra element to the junior lessons we deliver, helping them to stay engaged in the game by playing outside of lessons. I would certainly recommend any coaches interested in developing their junior programme to give it a try, you might be surprised how much the kids like it!
Golf Cubs has filled a gap in the market. The magazine encourages children to continue playing golf at home and learning about the game. The fun activities just add to the enjoyment of golf, for your child.
Any professional looking to enhance their junior’s experience, this is well worth a look!
Golf Cubs magazines have offered us a great resource to take into schools to supplement tri golf coaching. The schools have been extremely receptive of the magazines using them to issue P.E homework to the students. We have received great feedback from parents enquiring about our academy after their son/daughter came home with a Golf Cubs magazine.
We look forward to growing our academy with the help of Golf Cubs.