At Victoria Park Golf Club, we pride ourselves on creating fun atmosphere where young golfers can learn and grow into the game of golf. We offer a variety of programs at both Victoria Park East and Valley, which cater to Junior golfers of all ages or abilities. We believe that learning to golf is a gift that parents give their children—something that can be enjoyed throughout their lifetime.
Children will receive instruction from CPGA professionals. Please click on the tabs below to learn about the various junior golf programs at both courses.
Click the tabs below for Junior Program details at each course.
The Junior Camp will introduce and educate your child to the great game of golf. The outdoor camp is open to boys and girls age 7-16, designed for golfers of Beginner to Intermediate ability levels. All camps run weekly during July and August, are co-ed, and start at 8:30am to 12:00pm sharp each day.
NEW THIS YEAR: “Full Day” Camps at Victoria Park Valley, July 23 to 27, or August 20 to 24.
Camp topics include rules, etiquette, equipment, and fundamentals of the golf swing. Junior Campers will cover the full swing, the short game, chipping, putting, and sand shots; plus, there will be some on-course golfing.
Junior Golf Programs at Victoria Park Valley
Our instructors include Murray McLaren, a PGA of Canada professional for 33 years and Andrew Roosenboom, our Head Golf Professional and also a PGA of Canada. Please visit our contact page to book for private lessons or inquire about one of our programs at Victoria Park Valley in Guelph.
2018 Learn to Compete is an 6-week program designed to introduce Intermediate/Novice level juniors to advanced skills and drills in a competitive atmosphere. Weekly 1 hour sessions will have a specific focus on a golf skill followed by on-course challenges. We hope these juniors set new goals by advancing to higher levels of achievement and show escalating improvement in all aspects of the game. Each session will include an hour of coaching followed by some on course competition/practice.