New Students

2017 Spring Schedule

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BELOW YOU WILL FIND WHICH CLASS IS SUITED FOR YOUR CHILD BY THEIR AGE:

6-7 years old- Little Linksters: Introduction to the 9 core values and their importance on and off the golf course.

8-10 years old- Rookie Intro: Introduction to the 9 core values and their importance on and off the golf course.

11-13 years old- Junior Class: Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

14-17 years old- Birdie 3: Goal setting: defining goals and dreams, deciding which goals are important to you, being specific with goals and creating a goal ladder to achieve those set goals.

SCHEDULES:

TPC Harding Park offers 4 session a year along with 8 weeks of Summer Camps.

Spring- Classes are held once a week for 8 consecutive weeks.

Summer Camp- Camps are held week-long from 9:00am- 12:00pm, Monday-Friday.

Summer 1- Classes are held twice a week for 4 consecutive weeks for Birdie students.

Summer 2- Class are held twice a week for 4 consecutive weeks for Birdie students.

Fall- Class are held once a week for 8 consecutive weeks.

 

Returning Students

2017 Spring Schedule

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AVAILABLE CLASS LEVELS

1) Little Linksters

Ages 6-7
Basics of golf; balance, making good impact, golf terms, and good etiquette.
“9 Core Values, “Responsibility, Confidence, Judgment, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Perseverance, Courtesy, and Honesty.

2) Rookie

Ages 8-10
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

3) Junior Class

Ages 11-13
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

4) Par II

Ages 8-12
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

5) Birdie 1

Ages 8-10
Specific golf skills; chipping, distance control, trajectory, and pre shot routine.
Goal setting: defining goals and dreams, deciding which goals are important to you, being specific with goals and creating a goal ladder to achieve those set goals

6) Birdie 2

Ages 11-13
Specific golf skills; chipping, distance control, trajectory, and pre shot routine.
Goal setting: defining goals and dreams, deciding which goals are important to you, being specific with goals and creating a goal ladder to achieve those set goals

7) Eagle

Ages 13-17
Course management skills and are interested in perhaps playing golf competitively, at the high school or college level.
Leadership skills

 

NCGA

1) For a cost of $20.00 (regularly $55.00), returning students can receive an NCGA Membership for the calendar year.

2) As an NCGA member, your child will receive a membership number to establish a golf handicap as well as discounted rates at over 120 Northern California Golf Courses.

3) For more details please visit www.ncgafoundation.org