Golf Club


Golf is a great way to get the students physically active in a safe environment and a sport they’ll loveIt helps with mental and emotional development as well as to develop social and emotional skills that will last their whole lives. BGSIAS facility designed golf club for first-time golfers, lets you learn and practice golf at largest dedicated golf practice facility. BGSIAS has a 9 Hole Golf Course on campus

Golf Club bring kids a high standard of instruction coupled with the use of good practice facilities and equipment. The Player Development Program has been designed to ensure that each student receives a complete, exciting and enjoyable golfing education.

Our Team

“To be the best player, one has to work with the best.” Keeping this aspect in mind, we have chosen the team of experts with the utmost care and attention. Our coaches are always super energetic and friendly. They encourage students to explore and assists them to accomplish their level of excellence. We provide students with the opportunity to develop aspects of “physical literacy” related to the sport of golf and increase their knowledge. We can assure our students are safe in our golf club environment.

“Golf Gives You An Insight Into Human Nature, Your Own As Well As Your Opponents”

Grandland Rice

Life Skills

olf teaches life skills like

  • Honesty
  • Teamwork
  • Respect for themselves and others

Improve Concentration And Boost Your Brain

Golf is a sport that teaches accuracy, focus and concentration. It also encourages creativity and creative thinking, such as the foresight to visualize where and how far your shot will go.

Improves Vision

Golfers are presented with the opportunity to evaluate the keenness of their vision while improving hand-eye coordination.

Physical Fitness

Golf, specifically, provides moderately intense physical activity, such as walking, swinging etc. This increases your heart rate and blood flow, which results in a healthy heart, enhanced brain stimulation, and improved balance.

Emotional Benefits

Children require development of their emotional fitness just as much as those physical and social counterparts. Golf helps develop the kid’s emotional health by encouraging self-improvement and challenging them to persevere through frustrations. Because golf is a game of self-improvement, it requires the player to focus on their performance, and it eliminates the opportunity to easily ascribe shortfalls to team members. This can help instill autonomy and responsibility, and nurture the self-confidence that is so vital to living a long and happy life