Juniors Clinics

Structured junior golf programs for all ages right through to 17 years

Juniors progression path

Junior Clinics

6-12 years

FUN, simple, skill orientated sessions with some fundamental movement skills. 

When: 9am Sundays

Cost: $100

Duration: 10 weeks

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13-17 years

FUN, simple, skill orientated and refinement sessions with exposure to scoring. 

When: 10am Sundays

Cost: $100

Duration: 10 weeks

This class is for kids who are in the Let's Play Golf, Cadets, or Junior Members course. The focus is on maintaining basic fundamentals and eradicating bad habits before they develop. 

When: 4pm Fridays

Cost: $100

Duration: 10 weeks

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Let's Play Golf

We get the kids out on the course playing as soon as possible. This is a structured playing program where the course is shortened by using different coloured tee markers based on the current level of the child. The goal is to shoot 36 for 9 holes before moving to the next stage. Level 1 is only 30 metres from the green and kids will progress to the next stage once they score 36 or less for 9 holes. The kids play together but are only competing against themselves. 

When: Sunday at 2pm

Cost: $10 per week

Cadets

Kids receive their first 9 hole handicap and play from our orange course. They learn to score using their handicaps whilst playing and competing with other kids in a 9-hole competition.

When: Sunday at 2pm

Cost: $10 per week

Junior Members

Juniors who have an official handicap are eligible to play in the members 18 holes competitions. Sunday competitions have a designated time slot for juniors. 

When: 11:30am Sundays

Information for Parents

  • We supply equipment for all "Learn to Golf" clinics. We supply some sets for kids to assist them commence in the "Let's Play Golf" program. Cadets and Junior members will need their own equipment. Our pro's can guide you with this and ensure you get suitable equipment for your child at the best value for money.
  • Praise achievement but do not be critical or instructive. Make sure your child knows you are proud of their great shot, round and attitude.
    Let the coaches coach. Coaching and instruction from parents and coaches can confuse the child and has little positive impact.
  • Make car rides positive. Let your child know that you are their biggest supporter and that you will be there for them whether they win, lose, play well, or make mistakes.
  • Improvement is not linear. Expect your child to take two steps forwards and one step back as they progress. Golf can already be a difficult game, now imagine you are constantly physically growing and the ball is now further away.
  • Focus on process and effort, not results. Your priority should be that your child feels good about themselves and are happy so they are motivated to play again tomorrow
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