Junior Golf at Terradyne

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  • Provide welcome statement with the purpose of this presentation and webinar. Include why we are doing this webinar as well.
  • Explain the purpose of filling out the card completely and correctly. If they want to pay cash or check they must bring in the registration form with payment. If they want to pay on their account they can email or drop off the form. If they do not know which division to sign up, we will decide that upon the tee lessons. Stress importance of being a scorer.
  • Provide welcome statement with the purpose of this presentation and webinar. Include why we are doing this webinar as well.

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  • 1. 2010 Junior Golf Program Welcome!
  • 2. The Instructors
    • Bryan Arnold, PGA
    • [email_address]
    Kyle Brannan, PGA [email_address] Alex Jimenez [email_address] Greg Bray, PGA [email_address] Terradyne Golf Shop 733-5851
  • 3. Jr. Golf Mission
    • The objectives of our junior golf program are to teach the basic fundamentals of the game of golf, to give a general understanding of the rules and golf course etiquette, teach them the general idea of good sportsmanship, and to show how practicing and playing the game of golf can be a fun, rewarding, and a lifelong experience.
    • Tee lessons will be very extensive covering all aspects of the game including full swing, short game, rules, etiquette, and general golf knowledge. After the tee lessons are complete, our junior golfers will instantly become experts and will be ready to move on to play days. Play days will follow every Thursday throughout the summer and consist of juniors being organized by ability. These organized play days are designed to teach the juniors the importance of having fun while competing with their peers. It will also give them the opportunity to apply the rules and etiquette principles they learned during the clinics in an actual competitive situation.
  • 4. Registration Card 2010 TCC JUNIOR GOLF REGISTRATION FEE: $95 PER CHILD Divisions: 3 Hole (200 yd.) – 3 Hole (Red Tee) – 6 Holes – 9 Holes – 18 Holes PARENT’S NAME: __Jon Smith Sr.___________________________ ACCT#: _1000______ PHONE#: ___733-5851____________________ E-MAIL: [email_address] Please sign up to score at least once for each child. If you have two kids in One division, choose one date total. Check mark the dates you can score. Parent support is needed! 6/24___X___7/1______7/8______7/22___X___ 7/29______ 8/5______(Junior Championship) Coordinators : Bryan Arnold – 3 Hole Kyle Brannan- 6 Hole Alex Jimenez- 9 & 18 Hole ATTN: PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED SIGN-UP CARD TO GOLF SHOP PROMPTLY!!! 6 Holes 12 Male Jon Smith Jr. DIVISION AGE GENDER JUNIOR’S NAME
  • 5. Schedule of Events
    • Tee Lessons
      • June 2 nd – 4 th
      • June 15 th – 18 th
      • July 15 th
    • Play Days
    • - June 24 th
    • - July 1 st , 8 th , 22 nd & 29 th
    • Jr. Club Championship
      • August 5 th
    • Parent/ Junior Twilight/ Awards Dinner
      • August 22 nd
  • 6. Rules for Scoring
    • Juniors are not allowed to ride in carts except to and from the starting and finishing holes.
    • Please count all strokes including whiffs!
    • After two consecutive whiffs, juniors are to pick up their golf ball and advance it 20 yards
    • Juniors are allowed a maximum of 8 strokes in the fairway. After 8 strokes juniors are to pick up and place the ball on the front of the putting surface.
    • Juniors are allowed a maximum of 4 putts per hole.
    • Please advise juniors to fix divots and repair ball marks on the greens.
    • Please keep carts on the path on all par 3’s and around all greens and tee boxes. Do not drive carts through sand traps or tall grass areas and always keep carts at least 30 feet from the putting greens.
    • 3 Holers should take about 90 minutes
    • 6 Holers should take 2 hours
    • 9 Holers should take about 2.5 hours.
  • 7. On Course Behavior
    • Parents
      • Keep the coaching to a minimum
      • Be supportive of the kids
      • Be mindful of the scoring rules to keep up with pace of play
    • Juniors
      • Make sure no one is in front of you when you hit a golf ball
      • When it is your turn to hit, please do
      • Have fun; but no horseplay!
  • 8. On Course Etiquette
    • Be quiet and do not move while other golfers are playing their shots.
    • Make sure to leave the golf course in good condition for other golfers.
    • Learn proper procedures for marking the golf ball on the green.
    • Learn where to stand when others are hitting golf shots
    • Learn to attend the flagstick correctly.
    • Learn how to properly rake a bunker.
  • 9. Taking Care of the Course
    • Always repair ball marks on the greens. (We will teach you the correct way)
    • Always rake the bunkers and leave the rake in the edge of the bunker.
    • Pick up all tees from the teeing area.
    • DO NOT drag your feet or do anything that might damage the putting surface of the green.
    • DO NOT leave trash on the golf course or practice facility.
    • PLEASE pick up any loose trash you see laying around.
    • DO NOT lay your golf bag on the putting surface or fringe.
    • DO NOT take unnecessary divots during practice swings.
  • 10. Dress Code
    • Shirts must have a collar and they must be tucked in. (No t-shirts)
    • Shorts must be appropriate golf shorts. (No gym shorts or bathing suits)
    • No blue jeans or denim of any kind is allowed.
    • Proper shoes are required. (Spikeless golf shoes or tennis shoes are OK)
    • Anybody without appropriate golf attire will not be allowed to participate in any Junior Golf Activity.
  • 11. Points of Interest
    • In the case of rain on a day of clinics or tee lessons, please call the golf shop (733-5851) to attain information regarding the day.
    • To participate in the Jr. Club Championship, you must be in attendance on the day in which it is scheduled. We unfortunately cannot accommodate everyone to play on different days.
    • All golf balls that are on the driving range, must stay on the range. Driving range balls are property of Terradyne and must remain there.
  • 12. 2010 Junior Golf Program Thank You!