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National Team

Training Programme

NATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME

  •      National men’s and junior male professionals’ team
  •      National women’s and junior female professionals’ team
  •      National junior female players’ team (15 – 18 years)
  •      National junior male players’ team (15 – 18 years)

 

               

                         DECISIVE CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF PLAYERS FOR NTP

  • World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), Czech Amateur Ranking, Czech Junior Ranking.
  • Several other players receive a Professional Golf Commission free card.
  • NTP acceptance is contingent upon signing the Player’s Agreement which sets forth certain obligations on part of players.
  • In particular, they undertake to participate in medical examinations and physical tests, during the course of which they are expected to demonstrate certain performance capabilities.
  • Only then is their admission to the NTP confirmed for a given year.
  • Approx. 30-35 players are admitted into the NTP each year, including players who study at American universities.
  • The age limit is 15 years and above (younger players can only join the NTP in exceptional circumstances).

 

     RTP level (Regional Training Programme)       

  • RTP West A
  • RTP West B
  • RTP West A

               

                            DECISIVE CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF PLAYERS FOR RTP

  • The RTP age limit is 10 – 14 years
  • It is active in four regions (West A, West B, East A, East B)
  • A half of RTP players is selected according to criteria (juniors ranking); the second half is hand-picked by regional coaches together with the chairman of the Technical Sports Commission for Juniors based on the players’ potential and approach to training.
  • The players in both training groups (NTP and RTP) meet at training camps on a seasonal basis.
  • The majority of camps takes place in winter and preparation time. A mandatory part of training is, among other things, a conditioning camp in Nymburk.
  • Apart from the Training Programme, the CGF manages a national representation team.
  • Players at international events are nominated by their own given countries.
  • The CGF organises approx. 15 international competition trips on a yearly basis, being predominantly European and world championships.
  • Players attend other tournaments independently; they can, however, apply for financial support in the form of a Success Fee.
  • The latter is awarded according to the results achieved and the performance at selected tournaments.

 

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