The project in Western Australia aims to promote, support and introduce the game of golf to senior and junior indigenous people throughout the state. The program provides the opportunity for Indigenous people to receive coaching in the skills of golf and Level Zero, Level One and Rules accreditation training to maintain the ongoing delivery of the program by volunteers, schools and golf clubs. The program is delivered by the Graham Marsh Junior Golf Foundation in country regions and metropolitan Perth that would most benefit from golf in their community. Locations include Port Hedland, Roebourne, Newman, Narrogin, Katanning, Albany and the suburbs of – Balga, Midland/Swan View, Armadale and Kwinana. The program provides the opportunity for Indigenous people from the age of 10 through to adults to participate in golf coaching clinics and accreditation courses. The program includes country development coaching & talent identification, Go-Go Golf for schools, Level Zero and Level One Coaching and Rules accreditation courses. The Graham Marsh Foundation, department of sport and recreation and Nyoongar Sports Association within the program ongoing support and funding for retraining (train the trainer) and maintaining the program.