“Golf is a Sport, and Golfers are Athletes”
Our Junior Golf Program has taught thousands of children the life enhancing qualities that the game of golf instills. From the early days of Stowe Country Club, Joe Kirkwood brought a love of teaching and he loved teaching children above anything else. We pride ourselves on providing a family friendly environment where your children feel welcomed and where you know that they are safe.
Our week-long Junior Camps are perfect for both beginners and more experienced golfers. Level 1 is a three day camp that focuses on fundamentals and skills development. Level 2 is an extension of the week and will incorporate on-course experiences culminating in a mini-tournament.
• Where: Stowe Country Club Practice Facility
• When: Monday through Friday, 9:00-12:00pm
• Who: Children ages 8 – 13
• Level 1: $250, Level 2: $200 per child
• Contact Sue Horton at 802.760.4658 or email@example.com
• Deadline for sign ups: June 7th
Spring After School Program
We have developed a new Junior Golf After School Program that will run from May 15th through June 8th, every Tuesday through Friday from 3:30pm – 5:00pm. The cost is $250
JR Parks & Rec
8 Tuesday 9-11am beginning June 26th. $175 goes to instructor.
PGA Jr. League
PGA Junior League Golf is designed to socialize the game of golf for participants 13 and under. The program features a team-vs-team format with
other Vermont courses. Last summer we had 3 home and 3 away matches with Burlington CC, Vermont National, and Links at Lang Farm.
Parents are encouraged to help. We need 12 kids to field a team, but subs are welcomed. Kids receive a team uniform. For more information: https://www.pgajrleague.com/
Where: Stowe Country Club Practice Facility
When: TBD (starts in June)
Who: Children ages 13 & under
Deadline for sign-ups: May 31st
Matches Only – $125
Matches & Practice – $250
Matches, Practice & 4 Private Lessons – $350
Life Benefits of Golf:
Socialization – make new friends
Physical fitness – walking 18 holes equals more than 5 miles
Focus & Determination
Unplug and get outside
Safety – non-contact
Honesty – Only sport you call penalties on yourself
Courtesy and etiquette