Becoming a junior pass holder brings with it a range of opportunities for all levels:
• Direct access to advice and tips from the Club’s PGA qualified professionals
• Weekly one-hour group coaching session to cover all aspects of the game
• Guidance on golf etiquette on and off the course
• Meet other junior members in a social learning environment
• Opportunities to enter Club competitions
• Same rights of access as other pass holders
Junior Golf Coaching takes place on the driving range from 2.00–3.00pm every Sunday under the guidance of a PGA Professional. These group coaching sessions are a great way to learn the game of golf and create friendships and, with each session, see your skills improve as you learn about all aspects of the game from driving to putting.
• 2.00–3.00pm Sunday
• Golf Passport programme during the school holidays
Junior golf pass holders: Complimentary
Woodcote Juniors: £10.00
To book, please email: email@example.com or call 01372 229245.
Who Can Take Part?
Junior golf is for anyone under the age of 18. Players must hold a Junior Golf Pass or have been assessed by a member of the Golf Professional Team as having an appropriate standard of play and an understanding of the rules of golf and etiquette on the course.
Junior golf pass holders with an official handicap will have the same rights of access to the courses as other pass holders. All other juniors and their guests will have the same rights of access to the course as other non-pass holders.
Woodcote Juniors have fee access to the Coronation Course with an adult member or following the appropriate assessment.
Junior pass holders are welcome to bring along friends aged 13 and over. All other Juniors (including Woodcote Juniors and Junior members not holding a Junior Golf Pass ), may play the Old Course upon payment of a Junior Green Fee, provided that they play with a member who is familiar with golf rules and etiquette.
For further information on the Club’s junior golf programme and becoming a junior pass holder, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01372 229245.