Our PGA and LPGA staff specialize in junior golf instruction. We recognize that many teaching methods that work well with adults must be modified to work with youth golfers. A hallmark of our junior instruction is the integration of fun, skill-based educational games that create fun and the desire to practice. Our staff will work one-on-one with your junior golfer to achieve his or her golf objectives.
Beginning with a comprehensive game assessment, we can customize a lesson plan that addresses your junior’s opportunities for improvement. Private lessons are conducted on and around the putting green, on the range, and on the golf course. Our instruction covers bunker play, chipping, pitching, trouble shots, approach shots, and full swing.
Our golf camps are offered during most major school holiday breaks, including seasonal holidays and summer. Our camps feature half-day and full-day options, and can accommodate everyone from our youngest Future Stars to our older advanced players.
We have partnered with PGA Junior Golf Camps to offer first-in-class PGA instruction ensuring your child learns from the best. Welcoming kids ages 4-17 and of all ability levels, your child will learn in a safe and supportive environment. Through the use of innovative teaching techniques designed to keep kids engaged and motivated, we cover golf’s fundamentals — we just do it in a way which ensures kids have fun! Kids are segmented into smaller groups for optimal learning and game development to take place. And with half day, full day and FLEX options available…we’ve got you covered in finding a camp which is perfectly suited for you and your child’s schedule.
Offered Monday through Saturday, these classes help develop and fine-tune golf skills. Taught by certified PGA and LPGA professionals, the classes are available for all skill levels. The Future Stars program (ages 4 & 5) is four classes lasting 60 minutes each and costs $120 while regular junior classes (ages 5 through 18) are four classes lasting 90 minutes and cost $160.
The TrackMan 4 radar system tracks everything the club does before, during, and after impact – from commonly known parameters like Club Path and Face Angle to Swing Direction and Spin Loft. The other radar system tracks the full ball flight – from launch to landing and everything in between; including Launch Angle, Spin Rate and curvature. TrackMan 4’s Dual Radar Technology is a significant milestone in the evolution of golf instruction, coaching, fitting, and entertainment.
The SAM PuttLab uses ultrasound measurements to provide analysis and training for players to improve their putting. The system measures 28 parameters of a players putting stroke to help identify the strengths and weaknesses for an individual player. This data will help a player train the weakest parts of their stroke to help speed up the improvement process. Once the weakest parameters of the putting stroke have been identified, our staff can set up a training strategy utilizing the SAM PuttLab. During the training session, you will get feedback after each stroke.
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Book your private lesson, class or camp through our USchedule Calendar.