2018 Pebble Creek Golf Club Junior Golf
Do you have a future LPGA or PGA player at your house? Then you’ll want to check out the many playing and lesson options available at Pebble Creek for young golfers. The Local 9 has special tees for your junior player and at $5 per round, it’s a price which can’t be beat.
In the interest of safety, children under the age of 7 should be accompanied by an adult while on the golf course or using the practice facilities.
Junior Golf Highlights & Guidelines
Instructors: Steve Whittaker and Becker School Coaches and boys and girls varsity golf team members.
PGA Professionals: Troy Malo
Junior Play Day – $50
June 19, 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24
TUESDAY morning play is open to all boys and girls ages 7-15 who have completed one year of junior lessons or played on a school team and received lessons from a coach. Participants will receive instruction in safety, course etiquette, and the rules of golf. Play will be 9 holes with a shot gun start at 8:00am and finish at approximately 10:30 am. All participants will receive a Pebble Creek Junior Golf tee shirt, chances for weekly prizes and a Sunday afternoon play and banquet on August 7th. Any parents who would like to help chaperone are welcome. Sign up at the Pebble Creek Pro Shop. We do have clubs for kids that don’t have access to a set, please let the golf shop know if you need a set when you sign up.
Junior Golf Lessons – $75
June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27
Junior golf lessons will be held FRIDAY mornings. Participants will be divided by age groups. The 7 & 8 year olds will have two sessions, 8:00-9:00 am and 9:00-10:00 am, 9 & 10 year olds 10:15-11:15, and those 11 and older from 11:15-12:15 am. Students will receive instruction in putting, short game, and full swing each day. The lessons are designed to challenge juniors with all levels of ability and beginners are encouraged to sign up.
Junior Golf Scholarships
Pebble Creek Golf Club will be awarding junior season passes on the Local 9. To be eligible to win one of these season passes, you must write a 1 page essay about golf. Tell us why golf is important to you, some of the things you have learned playing golf, some of your favorite things about playing golf, or anything golf related and your essay could be selected as a winner.
Along with your season pass there will be an opportunity to play with some mentors who will try and help you with your golf swing, help you learn the etiquette and basic rules of the game, explain some of the basics, and just be a friendly voice to play a round with.
Essay’s should be submitted to the golf shop, attention Troy Malo, you may also email them to Troy. Winners will be chosen from the essays submitted. If you have questions or concerns, please contact, Troy Malo, or for more information or details. Season passes will be awarded by June 1 of the current season and expire at the end of the season.