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Published by Cory Kartusch, 2017-03-18 16:56:25

2017 Junior Spring Emailer

JUNIOREMAILER

2017

St. Charles

JUNIOR
GOLF

Spring Emailer

Dear Parents and Juniors,

The 2017 golf season is fast approaching!

Our professional staff has put together a full schedule of junior golf programs, lessons and
activities that are sure to fill your summer. We ask that all junior members and their parents
read the information contained in this package and find the programs that are best suited for
you. If you have any questions or if we can provide you more details please feel welcome to
contact us. We will be happy to provide you the information you need to get involved.

The documents contained in this email are to supplement the club events magazine that you
have already received via email. There are a few items that are not contained in the magazine
that may be of interest. We ask that you use the attached sign-up sheet to register for lesson
programs. The sign-up sheet will allow for email communication about potential program
changes that would affect you and your junior golfer.

We have continued to grow our junior golf calendar with the intention to provide our juniors
ample programming and opportunity to embrace the game. We truly feel golf can be one of
your child’s primary sports. Our professional staff are trained and motivated to make the
learning process enjoyable for all players, beginners to aspiring provincial champions. Events
such as Play Days, Sweeps, Interclub and more run through the year and are very easy to get
involved in. We also provide support for our juniors who participate in events outside of the
club through the various junior tours in the province.

We hope you will join us on April 15th at 11:00am in the clubhouse for our Junior Orientation
and lunch. Our professional staff will briefly review the activities and programs while our chef
prepares a complimentary pizza lunch for all who attend!

We are looking forward to a great season and seeing all of you on the course soon!

Sincerely,

Cory Kartusch
Head Golf Professional

Derrik Goodwin
Assistant Golf Professional / Junior Program Coordinator

2017 St. Charles Junior Golf Calendar

April Time
15 Junior Orientation 11:00
6:00
(All parents & juniors invited)
26 Junior Performance Training
May

3 Junior Performance Training 6:00
4 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30
5 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30
6 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
6 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
10 Junior Performance Training 6:00
11 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30
12 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30
13 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
13 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit *MAJOR* 12:30
14-15 Course Aeration
17 Junior Performance Training 6:00
18 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30
19 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30
20 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
20 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
24 Junior Performance Training 6:00
25 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30
26 Junior Learn to Play Lessons / Fun Night 5:15-6:15 & 6:30-7:30
27 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
27-28 Junior Opening Ryder Cup Weekend 12:30
31 Junior Performance Training 6:00
June

1 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30

2 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30

3 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30

3 Sweeps / Order of Merit *Pro/Junior Qualifier * 12:30

4 Future Links Skills Challenge 1:00
7
8 Junior Performance Training 6:00
9
10 Learn to Play Advanced 6:30
10
14 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30
16
17 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
17
21 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
23
24 Junior Performance Training 6:00
24-25
28 Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15–6:15 & 6:30-7:30
July
Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30

Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit Event *MAJOR* 12:30

Junior Performance Training 6:00

Junior Learn to Play Lessons 5:15-6:15 & 6:30-7:30

Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30

Junior Match Play TBD

Junior Performance Training 6:00

4 Little Swingers Summer Series 5:30-6:30
5 Junior Performance Training 6:00
7 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
8 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
8 Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
9 Junior Big Break Challenge 1:00
10-13 Manitoba Junior TBD
10-13 Junior Golf Camp 9:00-3:00
11 Little Swingers Summer Series 5:30-6:30
14 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
15 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
15 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
18 Little Swingers Summer Series 5:30-6:30
19 Junior Performance Training 6:00
21 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
22 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
22 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit *MAJOR* 12:30
23 Parent / Child Tournament 1:30
26 Junior Performance Training 6:00
28 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
29 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
29 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
August
5:30-6:30
July 31 – 3 Junior Golf Camp

1 Little Swingers Summer Series 9:00-3:00
2 Junior Performance Training 6:00
4 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
5 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
5 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
8 Little Swingers Summer Series 5:30-6:30
9 Junior Performance Training 6:00
11 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
12 Junior Performance Training Practice 9:30
12 Saturday Sweeps / Order of Merit *MAJOR* 12:30
15 Little Swingers Summer Series 5:30-6:30
16 Junior Performance Training 6:00
18-20 Club Championship Weekend (Order of Merit Pts) TBD
25 Junior Golf Play Day 10:00
26 Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
26 Performance Training Wind-Up / Play with the Pro 12:30
September

2 Final Junior Sweeps / Order of Merit 12:30
10 Junior Closing & Awards Dinner 3:00
October

1 Iron Man TBD

*For a full schedule of provincial tournaments please check out our provincial
junior calendar or visit golfmanitoba.mb.ca, maplejt.com, and future-
links.org to register.

2017 St. Charles Junior Events

Event Age/Skill Level Program Details Date/Time Cost

Saturday Sweeps Ages 9-18 Season long Order of Merit race that tracks your ten best scores throughout the Saturdays No Cost
All Junior season. Each Saturday, juniors compete in an individual net stableford format. 12:30pm Start
Play Days Members All junior members are encouraged to participate in this weekly event! It is a great First Sweeps - May 6th No Cost
Welcome
Ryder Cup way to meet other junior members as well as improve your own game. Sign Up in the Pro Shop Lunch on a
Prior to Play chit signing
CN Future Links Ages 9-18 A fun day of golf with a different team format each week. Groups for each day are
Skills Challenge All Junior determined by the professional staff. The winning team each week is awarded July 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th basis
Junior Big Break Members August 4th, 11th, 25th
Welcome credit towards pro shop merchandise. Following 18 holes of golf, each junior will No Cost
Challenge receive a complimentary lunch! This event is open to junior members of all skill 10:00am Start
Junior Interclub No Cost
levels and is a great way to meet other junior golfers!
Tour No Cost For
Ages 9-18 Our most popular junior event at St. Charles. A selection lunch followed by 2 days May 27th Qualifier or
Manitoba PGA Golf Canada of team match play. Prior to the first round, the junior captains will select teams 11:00am (Lunch)
Pro/Junior Handicap Index and matches during the selection lunch. All matches are net handicap matches; in Pro Am
May 28th
Required order to participate, a valid Golf Canada Handicap Index is Required. 12:30pm
Format:

9 Holes - 2 Person team net alternate shot for 1 point - Saturday
9 Holes - 2 Person team net best ball for 1 point - Saturday
18 Holes - Singles net match play for 1 point - Sunday

Ages 9-18 Through Golf Canada and the CN Future Links Golf Program, Juniors compete in CN Future Links Skills
Putting, Chipping, Iron Play and Driving competitions. Each competitior will June 4th
Ages 9-18 have their score posted on the website where they are ranked nationally. 1:00pm
Golf Canada
Handicap Index Top qualifiers in each division will have the chance to compete at the National Junior Big Break
Competition at the 2016 RBC Candian Open on July 16th. July 9th
Required 1:00pm
On July 10th, Juniors will compete in a Big Break Challenge. The junior with the
highest point total will be crowned St. Charles 'Big Break' Champion Qualifying Dates:
TBD
All junior members with a valid handicap are encouraged to qualify for this event!
Join your St. Charles Team in these match play events that will take place at St. Interclub Dates:
Charles, Niakwa, Elmhurst and Breezy Bend. Qualifying for each event will take TBD
place during Saturday Sweeps. Do not miss your chance to participate in this
fun event!

Ages 9-18 This is your chance to play with the pro. Great prizes are up for grabs at the Pro July 4th @ Kingswood
Golf Canada Junior where 3 junior golfers and the pro play as a team! An 18 hole modified Qualifying: June 4th
Handicap Index
scramble tournament that will take place at The Meadows on July 20th.
Required Qualifying for this event take place during Saturday Sweeps on June 4th. Mark

this date on your calendar as it is always a popular event!

2017 St. Charles Junior Events

Event Age/Skill Level Program Details Date/Time Cost

Junior Match Play Ages 12-18 Test your Match Play skills in this event. Juniors will play 18 holes of match play Saturday June 24th No Cost
Golf Canada receiving 75% of their handicaps. Matches will take place over 1 weekend with Sunday June 25th
Parent / Child Handicap Index the championship match taking place Sunday Evening. The event is open to the $55 per team
Tournament
Required first 15 registrants with a valid handicap. Previous years champion No Cost
Junior Club automatically earns a spot in the field for the 2016 season.
Championship No Cost
All Ages For this fun event, junior golfers will team up with their parent or grandparent Sunday July 23rd
Junior Club and compete for the Parent / Child trophy. The format for this event is 18 holes Dinner on a
Championship chit signing
of alternate shot.
Shoot Out One of the team members must be a member but you may play with a non basis

Junior Closing & member. Juniors of all ages are encouraged to play in this event.
Awards Dinner
Ages 9-18 The Club Championship weekend is a lot of fun for all junior golfers! The weekend August 18th, 19th, 20th
consists of 3 days of stroke play competition, accompanied by a horse race

following play on Saturday. Juniors will compete against the entire field in a gross
and net division as well as within their flight. Flights are based on age and skill
level. If you find that 54 holes is too many, there is also a 9 hole division. The 9
hole division consists of two 9 hole rounds on Saturday and Sunday. Talk to your
Junior Program Coordinator for further details.

Ages 9-18 Following Club Championship Play on Saturday, the juniors will participate in a August 19th
Shoot Out. The format is a modified alternate shot. Juniors will be paired based Approximately 4:00pm
on skill level, and each team will receive a handicap. The highest net score on
each hole will be eliminated. All ties will be determined by a chip off. This is a
fun event that is available to all who participate in the Junior Club Championship!

Ages 9-18 Juniors will be placed on teams and play a 9 hole modified scramble. Following September 10th
golf will be dinner in the clubhouse on "Chit Signing" basis. Don’t miss out on Time: 3:00pm
this event as there are always great draw prizes available, the awards for the

season are presented at dinner as well.

For any questions or concerns please contact any of your professional staff or your Junior Program Coordinator directly: [email protected]

2017 St. Charles Junior Coaching Programs

Age/Skill Private Coaching and Custom Group Instructor/Rates

Private Ages 6 - 18 One on One Coaching for Junior Golfers Cory Kartusch - Head Professional
Coaching Our professional staff can provide instruction for juniors just getting introduced to $50/40min - $65/hr
Programs Ages 6 - 18 the game up to players looking to compete on a local, provincial or national level
[email protected]
Custom Age/Skill
Group Private instruction can be a simple as taking a few lessons to introduce a few Craig Strand - Associate Professional
Programs 5 to 6 concepts to improve your swing or to build a comprehensive program for the $45/40mins - $60/hr
New/Curious
Group competitive player [email protected]
Private coaching programs offer:
Active Start - A program built to your specific needs as a player Derrik Goodwin - Assistant Professional
"Little Swingers" - Use of video, launch monitors, BodiTrak, K-Vest, and other technology $45/40min - $60/ hr

Level 1 - Full Swing, Pitching, Chipping and Putting instruction [email protected]
- Effective and fun ways to practice with plans supplied
Fundamentals - On Course Instruction-course management, club selection,pre shot routines Kevin Giesbrecht - Assistant Professional
"Little Swingers" - Statistical tracking through ShotbyShot.com $45/40min - $60/ hr

Level 2 - Mental assessment through the DISC profile system [email protected]
Private programs provide the opportunity for our professionals to develop an
Learn To Play understanding of your game, learning traits and goals to provide simple and
Level 3/4
efficient golf instruction to increase your performance on the course.

For our juniors who schedule does not fit our list of group programs *Rates are based on number of participants
and lessons.
- Group lessons to accommodate your schedule Please contact our professional staff
for custom group pricing.
- Program content specifically designed around the skill level of the participants
Date/Time Cost
- Accommodate groups of 3 or higher
- Inspired practice through group games and exercises Time - 5:15 to 6:15 $90 - Mem
May 5, 12, 19, 26 $125 - Nonmem
Junior Group Programs June 2, 9, 16, 23

Development of movement and athletic skill required for golf
- Active play developing balance, stability, mobility, strength and awareness
- Fun activities; agility, jumping, throwing, catching, core strength related to golf
- Professional instruction on Golf specific swing skills and Short Game
- Snag Golf games and exercises

7 to 9 Development of specific golf skills and FMS Time - 6:30 to 7:30 $90 - Mem
New/Curious - Increased focus/instruction on golf specific swing skills and short game May 5, 12, 19, 26 $125 - Nonmem
- Variety of golf specific games, practice and golf exercises to develop golf skill June 2, 9, 16, 23
- Active play developing balance, stability, mobility, strength and awareness

9 to 12 Golf Skill Development Time - 5:15 to 6:15 $90 - Mem
New golfer & - Golf swing basics - pre swing fundamentals, iron and driver play May 5, 12, 19, 26 $125 - Nonmem
Intermediate - Short game - chipping, pitching and bunker play June 2, 9, 16, 23
- Putting - stroke development, break reading and speed control
- Introduction to effective practice techniques *broken into groups based on age/skill

2017 St. Charles Junior Coaching Programs

Group Age/Skill Junior Group Programs Date/Time Cost

Train to Play 11 to 15 Golf Skill Development and Training Time - 6:30 to 7:30 $90 - Mem
Level 4/5 16 to 18 - Fundamentals review, swing technique and development, shot making skills May 5, 12, 19, 26 $125 - Nonmem
New golfer & - Enhanced short game skills - wedge play, chipping and specialty shots June 2, 9, 16, 23
Learn to Play Intermediate - Putting skills - Stroke development, speed, break reading,
Advanced 9 to 15 - Introduction to golf fitness - Titleist Performance Institute *broken into groups based on age/skill
New golfer & Rules & Etiquette Training
Little Swingers Intermediate - Learn the basic rules and etiquette required to play a round of golf Time - 6:30 to 7:30 $50 - Spring
Summer Series - Learn what it means to be a junior member at St. Charles
6 to 9 Continuance of our Spring Program May. 4, 11, 18, 25 Participant
Junior Golf Camps
Ages 9 to 16 - Learn Key Swing Fundamentals through active play and instruction June. 1, 8 (Member only)
Junior Performance Intermediate - On Course play and instruction
Training - Short game development through fun and challenging games Time 5:30pm to 6:30pm $90 - Mem
Level 1 Level 1 - Putting Fundamentals - Stroke, Break Reading and speed control
Age 9 -18 - Lunch included each day July 4, 11, 18 $125 - Nonmem
Developing Player Junior readying for competition or wanting season long coaching
Readying for Level 2 - 17 Group Sessions with a focus developing the golfers complete skill set August 1, 8, 15
Competition Age 14 - 20 - 14 Group Practice sessions with a focus on transference
- 6 Private Lessons with the instructor of their choice Time - 9:00am - 4:00pm $400.00
Junior Performance - Season end tournament and wind up at Boston Pizza
Training July 10, 11, 12, 13
Level 2 - Swing development and shot making skills
- Advanced Short Game Skills, specialty shots and practice techniques July 31, August 1, 2, 3
Developing Player - Advanced putting development through stroke, green reading and speed
- Proper Practice Techniques Junior Play Day on
Junior Player Competing and specializing in golf
"A player focused program that considers each students individual goals to Friday of Golf Camps
assist them with the best possible development of their game"
- 17 Group Sessions with a focus on developing the golfers complete skill set Group Sessions $499.00
- 14 Group Practice sessions with a focus on transference
- 6 Private Lessons with the instructor of their choice Time 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Two on course coaching sessions
- Fitness Evaluation and program Titleist Performance Institute($100 value) April. 26
- Optional mental assessment through the DISC mental profile May. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
- Swing development through proper practice and coaches feedback June. 7, 14, 21, 28
- Short game development through competition and testing July. 5, 12, 19, 26
- Putting development through advanced break reading and practice techniques August. 2, 9, 16
- Goal setting and tracking
- Course management and preparation for competition Wind Up - August 26th $499.00

Practice Sessions
Time 9:30am - 10:30am

May. 6, 13, 20, 27
June. 3, 10, 17, 24
July. 8, 15, 22, 29
August. 5, 12

For further information or inquiries please contact us - Pro Shop - 204-888-8229

Golf can be a primary sport! We look forward to your participation!

St. Charles Junior Golf Coaching Platform

Our professional staff at St. Charles has always believed that golf
can be one of a child’s primary sports. Junior Golf coaching and
training has made significant strides in the past 10 years with
Golf Canada and the PGA of Canada leading the way amongst all
international golf associations. Coaches have more resources,
tools and training to be able to deliver programs that are
engaging and effective for all levels of junior golfers.

Our professional’s experience and training through the PGA of
Canada, Titleist Performance Institute and Vision 54 provide us
the opportunity to deliver Junior coaching programs that train
golf skills in a fun learning environment. St. Charles provides golf
programs and coaching for all levels of player beginning at age 5
through ages 18 and beyond.

Our programs provide a pathway for all levels of golfers as they
grow through the stages of their development. Our professional
staff are here to provide our junior members coaching, guidance
and encouragement for whatever road they choose to take in the
development of their game.

Below is a brief outline of the stages and age ranges of our golf
development and coaching programs. Please speak to any of your
staff for further details and information.

Active Start (Ages 5-6)

Recommended Program – Learn to Play
The objective at this stage is to learn basic movement skills and link them together with play. Children
should be exposed to many different activities at this stage, rather than a sport exclusive program. At this
stage children have a short attention span but love to experiment, explore and master skills. Physical

activity is essential for healthy child development. Some of the benefits of physical activity include;
enhanced brain development functions, coordination, social skills, imagination, build confidence and

positive self esteem, build strong bones and muscles, promote healthy weight, and more!

FUNdamentals (Ages 7-8)

Recommended Program – Learn to Play
The objective at this stage is to learn all fundamental movement skills and build overall motor skills. At
this stage of growth children experience their first window of accelerated adaptation. Children at this age
must live in a multi-sport culture. Physical literacy at a young age is important as it builds an athletic
foundation for the rest of their lives. The goal at this age should be to develop an all around athlete who
happens to play golf. Exercises should contain a combination of fundamental movement skills with an

introduction to golf specific skills.

Learn to Play (Ages 9-11)

Recommended Program – Learn to Play or Learn to Play Advanced
The objective at this stage is to develop all fundamental movement skills, fundamental golf movement
skills and teach general overall sports skills. This is the age that is most important period for motor skill

development. Children are developmentally ready to acquire the general sports skills that are the
cornerstones for athletic development. This is the time where golf specific programming begins, there is
an emphasis placed on teaching swing skills, shot making skills and technical components such as how to

achieve optimum strength, power, balance, flexibility and posture. This is the age when junior golfers
should start receiving private instruction and start building the necessary technical golf skills that are

specific to them to ensure proper long term swing development.

Train to Play (Ages 12-14)

Recommended Program – Learn to Play (Advanced) or Junior Performance Training
The objective at this stage is to learn to cope with the mental and physical challenges of competition.
During this stage, junior golfers must optimize their skill set and build on competitive experiences. The
Train to Play stage is important for athletic development as it is when sport-specific skill development
really begins. At this stage, junior golfers must obtain good basic skill competency and stable mechanics.
Since this is typically the stage when juniors experience the most drastic time for growth, they experience
a decrease in awareness and coordination. This growth spurt makes physical abilities such as balance,
flexibility, posture, core stability, strength and power paramount at this age. Junior golfers should be
receiving private instruction at this age as they are constantly trying to adapt to their growth change.
Their instructor must be able to understand the changes their body is going through, and help them
maintain golf basics while constantly developing technical swing skills. At this age, there is a heavy

influence on the junior golfer’s aspirations to play golf competitively.

Learn to Compete (Ages 15-17)

Recommended Program – Junior Performance Training
The objective at this stage is to optimize fitness preparation, specific skills, and overall performance. The

emphasis on the golfer at this age is all about execution when it counts. To increase the likelihood of
future success, the junior golfer’s skills must be tested in different circumstances and conditions. The
ratio of skill development to competition specific training is 40:60 at this stage. This is the time when a
player can specialize in one sport; they should receive high intensity, year round sport specific training.

Train to Compete (Ages 18+)

Recommended Program – Junior Performance Training
The objectives at this age are to optimize golf specific skill set and fitness preparation as well as have well

developed information processing skills. At this stage, the golfer should be receiving high-intensity
individual and golf specific training year round. The ratio of specific skill development and competition
specific training is 50:50. Golfers who are proficient at performing basic and golf specific skills must be
taught to perform these skills under a variety of competitive conditions during training. Golfers at this
stage must possess the knowledge of how to perform a variety of shots including; escape shots, trouble

shots and specialty shots.

Golf for Life (Ages 15+)

Recommended Program – Learn to Play
Golf is a sport that everyone can play for a lifetime. For those individuals who don’t wish to play golf
competitively, they can simply play the game for their own enjoyment. Reasons people may play the
game leisurely are; exercise, camaraderie, networking, pastime, personal enjoyment and more! These
types of golfers are typically the ones who take lessons only when they are struggling with their game.
These golfers should receive regular instruction to ensure their fundamentals are good so they can play

the game to the best of their ability with a high level of enjoyment.

Junior 'Family Tee'

Program

As part of the Junior Golf Program, St. Charles is proud to offer our
Family Tee Program to all of our members with young children. This
program provides a golf course set up based on how far our young
golfers can hit a golf ball. The golf course has BLUE and GOLD tee
markers set into the fairway much like our 150 yard markers. Juniors
starting at age 5 and up to age 12 should play these tees based on their

skill level.

As part of this program, children of members aged 5 to 8 are now able to use the
practice facilities and golf course when accompanied by their parent. We ask that
parents please observe the practice facility and golf course access restrictions as listed

below.
• Practice Facility permissions – Putting Green, Short game and Driving Range

o Weekdays – before 11:00 and after 6:00
o Weekends & Holidays – After 3:00
• Golf Course Usage
o Weekdays after 5:30 p.m.

o Weekends and Holidays after 4:30 p.m.
o Must be accompanied by a parent at all times
o Must keep up with the pace of play and always let faster groups play through

• Club Dress Code applies
• Children must be accompanied by an adult 

Scorecards for these tees will be available in the proshop. Additionally, parents
will want to use directions to the tee locations until you are familiar with the
course. These will also be provided in the pro shop.

Please feel free to speak to any of our professional staff regarding this
program. 

JUNIOR GOLF CLUBS
CASH BACK PROGRAM

EQUIPMENT THAT IS TOO HEAVY, STIFF OR NOT FITTED
CORRECTLY CAN IMPEDE A JUNIORS DEVELOPMENT. THE ST.
CHARLES PRO SHOP WANTS TO HELP YOU WITH THAT! OUR
PROFESSIONAL STAFF WILL FIT JUNIOR CLUBS BASED ON HEIGHT
AND ABILITY. PLAYING WITH PROPER EQUIPMENT WILL ENHANCE

THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANY PLAYERS GOLF GAME.

Any purchase of a JUNIOR set of clubs can be returned within
2 years of purchase will receive 25% of your money back of
the original purchase price in a gift certificate towards anything

in the Pro Shop.

This program has been designed to alleviate the cost of continually
upgrading while providing the opportunity for our juniors to always have

equipment that allows them to play their best.

May MJT Season Opener @ Carman
6-7 MJT MB Series @ Portage La Prairie
MB Optimist Junior Open @ Larters
May
13-14 MJT MB Series @ Teulon
MB Women’s Amateur @ Bel Acres
June
10-11 MB Junior @ Rossmere
MB Men’s Amateur @ Selkirk & Elmhurst
June
17-18 MJT MB Series @ Selkirk
MB Bantam Championship @ Tuxedo
July MJT MB Championship @ Bel Acres
3-5

July
10-13

July
17-20

July
24-25

August
16-17

August
28-29

2017 St. Charles Junior Group Coaching Programs

Junior Golfer Age

Parent/Guardian

Email Address

**providing your email will allow us to directly communicate information regarding program changes,
cancellations, junior program updates and further lesson program information.

Lesson Programs

Please refer to our Junior Program Coaching information sheet or contact your
professional staff for further details on all of our programs

Fee Date Time X

Active Start (Little Swingers level 1) $90 - Member May 5, 12, 19, 26; 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Fundamentals (level 2) $125 Non member June 2, 9, 16, 23 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Learn to Play (Level 3/4) May 5, 12, 19, 26; 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Train to Play (level 4/5) $90 - Member June 2, 9, 16, 23 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Learn to Play ADVANCED $125 Non member May 5, 12, 19, 26; 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Little Swingers Summer Series June 2, 9, 16, 23 5:30pm - 6:30pm
$90 - Member May 5, 12, 19, 26;
$125 Non member June 2, 9, 16, 23
May 4, 11, 18, 25;
$90 - Member
$125 Non member June 1, 8
July 4, 11, 18;
$50 (Spring August 1, 8, 15
Participant)
$90 - Member
$125 Non member

Junior Golf Camp (July 10-13) $400.00 July 10, 11, 12, 13 9:00am - 4:00pm
Junior Golf Camp (July 31 - Aug 3) $400.00
Junior Performance Training** $499.00 July 31 9:00am - 4:00pm
August 1, 2, 3
See Program info Wed. @ 6:00 p.m. Sat.
sheet for all details @ 9:30am

**Junior Performance Training - Please see program information for all details and dates

** Junior Instruction programs are open to junior members, members children and grandchildren
**Custom group programs and private instruction at junior rates are available if the above programs
do not suit your schedule

Junior Signature

Parent/Guardian Acct#

Please scan and email form back to [email protected]

*If your child has any food allergies or medical conditions we need to be aware of please let us know

St. Charles Pro Shop - 204-888-8229


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