Here at Huntingdale we want to encourage all juniors to try golf. Our weekly instructional classes teach our juniors all the fundamental aspects with the incorporation of the games etiquette, rules and regulations. We have created a golfing path for juniors starting with the basic fundamentals to becoming full members of the Huntingdale club. Juniors can join this path at any time and at any level.
2019 Junior Golf Development Program
Huntingdale offers all juniors between the ages of 5-16 the opportunity to develop their golf skills twice weekly. Each Thursday afternoon and Sunday morning the hour golf instruction class covers all the basic fundamental areas of the golf swing, while incorporating general fitness and golf etiquette. This program is a development program leading into our cadet membership. To register please contact the golf shop at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9570 4133
Entry Level Clinic
In 2019 Huntingdale Golf Course is offering Junior Development Programs to all junior golfers aged between 5 and 16. Each Sunday students will learn the fundamental aspects of the game through a series of fun skills based activities. Students will be separated into groups based upon their age and golfing ability during each session.
Weekly focus areas within the game will be targeted. The program is designed to develop 6 key skills of the game.
Rip It – Long Shots, Roll It – Putting, Chip It – Chipping, Fly It – Lob Shots, Blast It – Bunker Shots and Bend It – Ball Flight Movement Shots.
Clinics are held weekly during the school term and please book a place for your child by emailing email@example.com or please call the proshop on 9570 4133.
Huntingdale’s Cadet program is an intermediate structured development program that focuses on juniors developing their skills and obtaining an official handicap. Each Sunday afternoon juniors participate in a one hour fundamental focus class and then have the option of playing on-course. Each class incorporates game based activities to target each skill level.
Cadets who demonstrate a good speed of play on the course and understand that a golf course is a shared environment are then encouraged to become junior members of the club. As a junior they have almost full playing rights to the course and the club participates in many association events such as pennant and the Warrigal Cup as well as club championships.
For more information, or to sign up, please contact the pro shop on 9570 4133 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org