07 Mar‘15

The Sai Kung Sessions

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Parents are constantly looking for opportunities to exercise with their kids and spend quality time together. As part of the series of The Sai Kung Sessions hosted by Hong Kong Golf & Tennis Academy Foundation (HKGTA Foundation), the session in March will feature “The Hole-in-One Parent’s Guide to Sports Wellness”, catering to parents who are interested in taking a comprehensive approach to their child’s well-being outside of the classroom!

This sporting-filled Session will take place on Saturday, 7 March, from 2pm to 4pm, and is catered for the whole family. Billy Martin of the Nicklaus Academies at Hong Kong Golf & Tennis Academy (HKGTA) will be hosting his interactive golf clinic for kids and adults to train and develop their golf skills and techniques, and will offer insider tips on striking a perfect swing. Billy has spent 30 years as an instructor for golf, and works to share his love for the sport with his students.  He has developed tournament players on 5 different professional tours and contributed to the advancement of teachers in the PGA of America, KPGA, JPGA and teachers in mainland China.

In this Session, we will also be introducing Nathan Yung from Child Psychological Development Association (CPDA) and his thoughts on Sporting Excellence, as he will demonstrate how sports impact personality and emotional wellness of children via fun and easy games and exercises. He will also explain how sports can help children develop their interpersonal skills and thrive in their academic work.

Come along with the whole family to this lively and demonstrative Session, and take part in “The Hole-in-one Guide to Sports Wellness”! The Session will be presented in both English and Cantonese.

Admission is free and on a first come, first served basis. RSVP here.

Event Price

Admission is free and on a first come, first served basis. Don't forget to RSVP!

Event Location

Hong Kong Academy
33 Wai Man Road, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong