Another Royal Club masterclass was held at the Lanarkshire Ice Rink, Hamilton, yesterday. The first was at Kinross in December, described here. The objective of a Royal Club Masterclass is to let club curlers experience something of what performance players are taught and learn during their training sessions.
The Hamilton masterclass was organised by RCCC Development Manager Judith McFarlane with Jim Morrison, the local ACDO. Coaches on the day were Lynn Cameron, Nancy Murdoch, Lynne Robertson, Claire Milne and Logan Gray. Lockhart Steele fielded questions on many topics, and the tactics session was run by Nancy and Logan (photo here).
So popular have the masterclasses proved that Judith is considering the possibility of running an Adult Camp, over a weekend. The World Curling Federation has successfully piloted such an event in Prague, and details of the WCF camp May 31 - June 3 can be found here.
The photo shows Logan Gray with his group on the ice at Hamilton. Photo courtesy of Judith McFarlane.
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