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About our HUBS and where we have them

Out & About with SDGC

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Scottish HUBS Video #2

Some members at our Scottish HUBS 

Scottish HUBS Video #1

Tuition & Practice Session with PGA 

The SDGC across Scotland

Scenes from members at recent events

Thank you!


The SDGC would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the UK Foundations, Trust Funds, businesses, charities and individuals, who have supported us since 2004.  They have provided funding for over 4000 lessons from 100+ PGA Teaching Professional's and ice coaches, and over 1000 games of golf and curling!


The A E B Charitable Trust Supports SDGC HUBS

The A E B Charitable Trust Supports SDGC HUBS


What is involved at a HUB


A HUB can involve any aspect of both golf and/or curling, from new members meeting socially for a few hours and hitting balls at a range or trying out the curling, right through to a two day fun game or competition, with tuition, practice and games in either sport.


A few examples of HUB’s we held recently:


✔     Small groups of members met up on several occasions for introductions and some refreshments at their local club


✔     Short practice sessions were arranged with groups of locally based players


✔     Small groups of members got together for an hour or so, with a Professional or coach to learn about the game


✔     Short games were arranged with local members at several  clubs


✔     Several pairs games using various formats, were held to introduce new and old players


✔     a number of single day and two day HUBS were arranged alongside larger events, to allow new members to meet and learn about the game 


✔     over 40 single and multi-day golf and curling games and competitions were held across the country


All HUBS will be advertised on the Diary page. Just click the link at the top


Our First HUB Launch at Elmwood

Our First HUB Launch at Elmwood


Becoming a HUB


Since we started, we have held First Swing Clinics, taster sessions and general practice for members, but these were largely arranged informally between ourselves, Clubs, Professionals and Coaches, who provided single lessons, or perhaps a series of lessons, throughout the year.


We have since evolved considerably, and now arrange more than 20 HUBS around the country each year.  These HUBS are held over one or two days at a golf and/or curling venue, where all our members, new players and friends, are invited to come along and receive tuition and socialize with other established players and our volunteers.


We are therefore asking clubs and facilities to join us and become a HUB, which could ultimately generate new memberships, business and publicity for both the venue and our charity?


An SDGC HUB is a recognised club/facility that has a positive record on encouraging people with a disability to come and enjoy the game.  Appropriate access, friendly and helpful staff and qualified instructors with experience of delivering coaching to a range of disabilities, which ultimately creates a positive environment and experience for our members and potential new members.


If your interested in becoming a HUB, just get in touch via the Contact link above.


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