National and Golf NSW State Squad Member Cameron Davis has been enjoying his time at the national training camp. The National Camps Program targets and invites current elite players from the age of 13 and up, elite professionals including rookie squad members, PGA, LPGA tour members, elite coaches and elite athletes and programs from around the world to attend the camps. The camps also offer an opportunity to talent ID future national squad members. Data collection from the camp programs will include but not limited to: Trackman data SAM putt lab 3D screening Psychological profile Physical motor pattern screening The core reason for the collection of this data is to pass information onto the home coach or HP program so individual development plans can be designed and validated by the scientific data. National Coach-NSW Dean Kinney said, “Noel Blundell has been providing psych sessions to Cameron. We are now installing some putting setup reference drills from Cameron&aposs putt lab results.” The camp is one of a minimum of three national camps per year conducted by Golf Australia along side State-based camps which are structured to add value to the national and potential national squad players&apos programs, and to provide a platform for players to better understand their physical, technical, tactical and emotional requirements needed to be an elite amateur or professional golfer so individual long term plans can be developed.
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