┃Coaching Staff s
┃ Program Selection
As a new golfer or beginner with limited experience, we would recommend Group Instruction.
The more experienced golfer would likely be more comfortable with Private Instruction or Coaching.
Juniors(age 6-18) have a wide variety of programs to choose from including Spring Break and Summer Camp.
┃ Golf Instructional Programs
Level One(Series of 4 one hour sessions)
Designed as an introduction to the game of golf covering the basic swing motion, chipping and putting.
Level Two(Series of 4 one hour sessions)
Designed for those more experienced to help improve the basic fundamentals of your swing and gain a better understanding of the game.
Parent & Junior Program(4x 45 min, session)
A family oriented approach and opportunity for a parent and child to learn the basic skills of golf, leading the way to play together on the golf course.
Private Instruction and Flexible Coaching Programs are also available.
(age 6-9, 10-12 and 13-18)
Level One (Series 4x 45 min, session)
Skill Introduction: Basic strokes and swing motion used in the game of golf and the short game elements of chipping and putting.(Beginner)
Level Two (Series 4x 45 min, session)
The focus is the further development of skills, swing motion, short game, rules, and etiquette, allowing the Junior to get to next level.(Intermediate)
After School Group (Series 4x 45 min, session)
Group sessions designed to cover all aspects of golf from swing motion to rules, etiquette, short game, and playing.
Developmental camps: 2 hours daily over 4 days. Juniors will be divided into age groups and skill levels. Content will depend upon skills and abilities.
Does not included HST and Range Balls
Equipment and Weather Golf clubs will be provided along for each session. If You have own golf equipment, please bring it along Proper footwear (running shoes) is recommended. Lessons are usually unaffected by the weather but please call if you are unsure.