A healthy workplace is a healthy business
TEAM BUILDING PACKAGE!
Encourage your staff to get active with golf and help them stay happy, healthy and productive. We had the Virgin Media maintenance guys over for a Driving range try out session. A good time was had by all, see video.
Great Incentive For Your Staff
- Breakfast – One Hour Coaching
- Golf Experience on Course
- Near Pin, Longest Drive
Great for your Clients/Guests
- Director of Golf, Mark – (Introductions)
- Breakfast on Arrival – One Hour Coaching
- Tea/Coffee & Biscuits
- One Hour Video Analysis – Five Holes Of Golf
- One Hour Short Game – Lunch
We at the Mark Butler Golf Academy working together with England Golf Funding Available
Healthy, happy employees take less sick days and are more productive. Studies show workplace health programmes can increase job satisfaction and reduce staff turnover by up to 25% cutting the costs of temporary staff, recruitment and retraining.
Research in the Journal of Applied Psychology reveals that workers who exercise regularly are happier and experience significantly lower levels of poor mental health and burnout at work.
Golf can help reduce stress and brings some impressive health and wellbeing benefits for your staff. It can burn calories, lower cholesterol and may even help you live longer – golfers survive an average of five more years than the rest of the population. It provides a healthy dose of nature and fresh air.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played golf or haven’t picked up a club since your school days or an almost-forgotten holiday. The Get into golf campaign, supported by Sport England and funded by the National Lottery, is now making the game more affordable and welcoming than ever before.
Indeed, golf is a great game whatever your age, background or ability. But as well as having fun in the fresh air, playing golf also brings some impressive health and wellbeing benefits that can help you look and feel at your best. Here’s how you can get involved…
For more information about England Golf click here