Junior Golf Lessons & Summer Camps 2019
2 Intermediate Camps
July 16-19, 8:30am - 10:00am
July 16 - 19, 10:30am - NOON
Fees: $100 per Junior
· Intermediate Golf Camps are designed for teaching juniors all aspects of the game of golf. It’s a great introductory to proper fundamentals and golf etiquette for youngsters and is also excellent if they are just starting in the sport. Ages 7-12, Tuesday - Friday
· Average Agenda for the Camps:
Tuesday Introduction to the full swing - Irons and Woods
Wednesday Introduction to the short game - Putting, more Full Swing
Thursday Introduction to Chipping and Sand, more Full Swing
Friday Drive, Chip, & Putt contest and on the course work!
· Players Camp - Posponed until Fall 2019
Junior Golf Lessons:
Individual private junior golf lessons are for youth ages 7 through 17 and provide an introduction to the basics including stance, grip, etiquette and rules. Covering all aspects of the golf swing and incorporating irons, woods, wedges (including bunker play), chipping, and putting, these lessons are great for beginning and advanced junior players alike. If you're interested in basic instruction or taking the game up to a competition level give us a call.
Rob Wilkin - PGA Instructor
Call 913-829-4653 for scheduling.
Junior rates are $40 per session.
"Kids Play Free"
Next season take advantage of Junior Golf Play "Kids Play Free" at Heritage Park for the months of June, July, and August!
After 5:30 p.m., 7 days a week, up to two kids play for free with each paid adult - green fees and cart fees too. Note, only two riders on a cart at a time, and juniors are not allowed to drive. All juniors age 6 to 17 are eligible.
Youth on Course
Heritage Park and Tomahawk Hills were 2017 "Youth on Course" (YoC) facilities. We plan on signing up for 2018. YoC members play for $5 green fees, Monday through Thursday and after 3 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
Youth on Course allows participants in The First Tee and other programs the opportunity to play at more than 330 courses for $5 or less, but also offer need and merit-based opportunities. Visit the Youth on Course website for more information.