Junior Essentials III

Learning the Finer Points (Ages 11-14)

Screenshot 2016-03-02 12.33.37The Junior Essentials III program offers older junior golfers, aged 11-14, a class to develop their skills. The program is designed for players who have a basic understanding of golf but want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level. In this program, students will learn how to practice purposefully and gain an awareness of their individual swing.


Winter Phase I Session (8 Weeks)

Option 1: Sunday Class #1

Dates: Sunday, October 28 – Sunday, December 16, 2018

Time: 2:30 – 3:30pm

Location: “The Cube” Indoor Training Facility in Highland Park (MAP)

Student-to-Teacher Ratio: 4:1

Make-up Policy: Player may attend another Junior Essentials III class if space allows.

Tuition: $345

Option 1: Sunday Class #2

Dates: Sunday, October 28 – Sunday, December 16, 2018

Time: 3:45 – 4:45pm

Location: “The Cube” Indoor Training Facility in Highland Park (MAP)

Student-to-Teacher Ratio: 4:1

Make-up Policy: Player may attend another Junior Essentials III class if space allows.

Tuition: $345

Option 3: Monday Class

Dates: Monday, October 29 – Monday, December 17, 2018

Time: 5:30 – 6:30pm

Location: “The Cube” Indoor Training Facility in Highland Park (MAP)

Student-to-Teacher Ratio: 4:1

Make-up Policy: Player may attend another Junior Essentials III class if space allows.

Tuition: $345

 

The program focuses on helping players develop:

  • A reliable pre–shot routine. Juniors will learn to differentiate between “think box” and “play box” skills as part of developing their pre-shot routine.
  • An understanding of ball trajectoryStudents will learn the importance of shaping golf shots and how to create shots with varied shapes and trajectories.
  • An effective short game. Arguably the most important aspect of golf, participants will develop an understanding of various short-game shots (e.g., chip, pitch, high-pitch) in addition to exploring techniques for escaping bunkers.
  • Putting. While putting is an integral part of the overall short game, it is also a skill all its own that requires specialized attention. Players will develop their putting abilities through various drills that isolate different putting skills such as reading greens, club face alignment, pace control, and ball rolling.

 

Program includes:

  • 8 hours of instruction
  • Written evaluation at end of session


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