At Seymour Golf & Country Club, we believe that every child should get the opportunity to play golf. We believe that the sport of golf mirrors life, and by playing this great game children develop skills such as patience, sportsmanship, commitment, and perseverance. The skills they learn during the Junior Programs at Seymour will serve them today and into the future.
Seymour Golf & Country Club was proud to be selected as a National Junior Golf Development Centre in 2015 by Golf Canada, the PGA of Canada and the BCGA. As such, we are committed to offering a first class experience for kids aged 4-18 by providing Golf Canada Long Term Player Development compliant programs.
The Pathway to Success
From Beginner to intermediate and beyond….
View our Junior Golf Program in Action!:
AGE 4 – 6
JUNIOR – JUNIOR
Junior-Junior is the BEST program on the North Short to introduce your son or daughter to the game of golf in an outdoor setting. This program focuses on teaching youngsters, aged 4 to 10, the fun of the golf while introducing basic techniques and etiquette.
Learn to Play is open to any Beginner to Intermediate Junior (age 5-12) looking to learn golf skills, basic fundamentals and rules of the sport. Weekly sessions start in April and end in September. You can sign up in any month as long as there is room.
Spring Break Camps are open to Seymour members and non-members. Camps are available during Spring Break for boys and girls ages 7-12. All camps fall in line with Learn to Play Program and Golf Canada’s Long Term Player Development Plan.
Summer Camps are open to Seymour members and non-members. Camps are available during July and August for boys and girls ages 7-12. All camps fall in line with Learn to Play Program and Golf Canada’s Long Term Development Plan.
The FutureLinks Girls’ Club (GC) is a developmental golf program designed for girls 7-18 years of age. As participants, young girls will develop the skills, attitudes and a positive image of themselves as athletes on the golf course that encourages both self-esteem, and a life-long love of the game. For more information on the program specifics such as daes, times and costs please contact Miyashira at email@example.com
Learn to Golf – Teens focuses on the recreational golfer.It is perfect for any child who has graduated from Learn to Play and wants to continue learning or for any teen that wants to start the game. Golf fundamentals for full swing, short game, bunker shots and putting will be covered along with on course activities. Introduction to weight training and nutrition for performance are options as well.
Seymour Member Junior Program is the best way to give your child an opportunity to play golf. Membership has its privileges with access to the golf course and practice facilities along with so many other fun benefits. Dedication to Junior Golf has resulted in Seymour twice being recognized as the BCPGA Junior Promoter of the year, in 1993 and again in 2001.
Introduction to Competition is for who have shown an interest in playing competitive golf. We will continue to reinforce basic and golf fundamental movement skills and build those skills into introductory competitive experiences.
Learn to Compete establishes and implements programs to ensure the technical, tactical and supporting ancillary skills of the individual player are improved to meet current and future competitive expectations.
Train to Compete focuses on optimizing golf skills in relation to competitive expectations and benchmarks. We will reinforce, refine and optimize technical, tactical and ancillary skills so that competitive performance of the athlete meets current and future expectations.
Our staff of 7 CPGA Professionals are eager to assist any young golfer develop their skills. The content and subject matter for all lessons is tailored to the student’s specific needs. Contact one of our coaches to develop a program.
1 x 30 minutes = $65 5 x 30 minutes = $300 10 x 30 minutes = $550
***Please note that all lesson prices are subject to taxes, and that our golf dress code is in effect for all lessons. Juniors may not wear jeans, or shorts without a zipper. All shirts must have a proper collar.