This program is designed for those who wish to play or currently play at the high school level. The season-long program is based around each juniors set goals and aspirations. Students focus on creating a consistent, repeatable swing, course management and proper course etiquette. Each student begins the season setting goals, and the objective is to complete those goals by the end of the season.

Goal Assessment

Each student begins their season establishing both short-term and long-term goals that they wish to achieve during the season and in future seasons. These goals will be used as checkpoints to monitor their improvement throughout the season and beyond.

Swing Analysis

Student begins their season with an analysis of their swing and overall fundamentals. Next a plan is established to build and improve their abilities based off their beginning swing analysis. At the conclusion of their season, we will reflect on the changes that were made from the beginning of the season. 

Instruction Classes

Each week a group instruction class is held that covers a different topic. Learning in a group setting helps each student learn from others and create friendships with fellow students.

Example topics:

  • Creating power
  • Green reading
  • Ball-first contact
  • Understanding the rules of golf
  • Pre-shot routine
  • Laws, principles and preferences of the golf swing
  • Fitness and nutrition

Supervised Practices

Each week a supervised practice is held to cover what was learned at that week’s instruction class. These self-directed practice sessions help students understand the proper way of practicing and practicing with a purpose. 

Tournament Prep

Throughout the season an on-course tournament prep class is held. These tournament prep classes give each student the opportunity to understand the feeling and pressure of playing in a competitive tournament atmosphere. These classes give each student a better understanding of proper etiquette and procedures for the rules of golf.