Coaching for Juniors Age 2-18
Rain or shine all year long!
Beginning to advanced coaching for kids age 2-18. Coach Leighann’s coaching philosophy is big on ‘experiential knowledge’ using whimsical engaging games to coach & reinforce sound fundamentals, motor development/sport-performance skills. Nurture your child’s golf skills through a fun, dynamic & structured curriculum, scaled to their physical, cognitive & emotional level of development. All skill & development levels are sure to have a blast with Master Kids Teacher & Golf Digest Best in State and Best Young Teacher honoree Coach Leighann Albaugh’s trademark curriculum!
Individual Junior Instruction
Series of (5) 45-minute Private Jr. Lessons| $245
30-Minute Pee-Wee Lesson (Age 4-8) | $45
Series of (5) 45-minute Pee-Wee Jr. Lessons | $180
(1 Adult & 1 Junior together) Best for juniors over the age of 8 with an adult of a similar skill level.
$90 1-hour semi-private
$360 Series of 5 Adult/Junior
“Mini Bud” Coaching Sessions (ages 2-3)
Saturdays 9:30am – 10:00am
(Please register at least 24 hours in advance)
“Mini Buds” uses the Little Golf T.R.A.I.N. curriculum to provide children ages 2-3 with a research-based, holistic, early-learning environment and introduce them to the fundamentals of golf and accompanying life skills; fostering a love of the game of golf through a developmentally appropriate curriculum rooted in evidence-based research. safe, fun and effective early-learning environment for children. No Equipment
Necessary! We provide The Littlest Golfer demo clubs for your child’s use.
One Adult MUST accompany each child to serve as a ‘helper.’
Lil’ Bud Coaching Session (ages 4-6)
April 7,14,21,28 ($100) April Lil’ Bud Session
May 5,12,26, June 2 ($100) May Lil’ Bud Session
“Lil’ Buds” uses The Little Golf T.R.A.I.N. curriculum, created to engage our littlest golfers through developmentally appropriate progressive golf skill & golf fitness activities, key in developing motor skills with athletic movement golf games and activities.
‘Sprout’ Coaching Sessions (ages 6-9)
Saturdays 12:00pm – 1:00pm
April 7,14,21,28 ($100) April Saturday Sprout Session
May 5,12,26,June 2 ($100) May Saturday Sprout Session
Tuesdays 4:15pm – 5:15pm
April 10,17,24, May 1 ($100) April Tuesday Sprout Session
May 8,15,22,29 ($100) May Tuesday Sprout Session
Our ‘Sprout’ program is a skills development program for boys and girls ages 6-9 that meets one hour a week. This program provides young athletes who are interested in golf with age appropriate coaching and training in a fun and stimulating environment. Maximum coach/athlete ratio is 6:1.
‘Sapling’ Coaching Sessions (ages 9-12)
Saturdays 1:30pm – 2:30pm ($25/week) One Day Sapling Clinics
April 7, 14, 21, 28 ($100) April Saturday Sapling Session
May 5, 12, 26, June 2 ($100) May Saturday Saplings Session
Fridays 4:15 – 5:15pm
April 13, 20, 27, May 4 ($100) April Friday Sapling Session
May 11, 25, June 1, 8 ($100) May Friday Sapling Session
Our ‘Sapling’ program is a skills development program for boys and girls ages 9-12 that meets one hour a week. This program provides young athletes who are interested in golf with age appropriate coaching and training in a fun and stimulating environment. Maximum coach/athlete ratio is 6:1.
‘Evergreen’ Coaching Sessions (ages 12-14)
April 7,14,21,28 ($100) April Saturday Evergreen Session
Fridays 5:30pm – 6:30pm
April 13, 20, 27, May 4 ($100) April Friday Evergreen Session
May 11,25, June 1,8 ($100) May Friday Evergreen Session
Our ‘Evergreen’ program is a skills development program for boys and girls ages 12-14 that meets one hour a week. This program provides young athletes who are interested in golf with age appropriate coaching and training in a fun and stimulating environment. Maximum coach/athlete ratio is 6:1.
We had a FUN & FANTASTIC summer in 2017! Join the FUN in 2018!
Full Day & Half Day Camps Offered All Summer Long!
Instruction Topics Can Include:
Short game “approach shots”: Chipping, Pitching & Bunkers. These lessons may include swing mechanics, shot selection, club selection and strategy
Short game putting: putting swing mechanics, green reading & distance control
Full swing: mechanics & aim
On-course: putting it all together and learn how to PLAY.
How young should I start my child with golf instruction?
Every child is at a different place in their development, and there is no “one size fits all” answer to this question. I have worked with 5 year olds who have been more focused than some 11 year olds. No one knows your child better than you. If you believe your child is willing and open to learning more about playing golf in a structured and fun environment, then they are ready now.
What is the best way to schedule my child’s lesson?
You can find my contact information on the information bar to the left or by clicking on “contact” on the bottom menu. The best way to get in touch with me is through email or on the phone. If you use email, give me a brief description of your child (age, experience, etc) and anything else you think I need to know. Then, provide me with a few days or times that work best for you. If you phone me, please leave a short message with your contact information and I will call you back to discuss further details.
How early should we arrive for my child’s lesson?
It is always a good rule of thumb to arrive 10 minutes before each lesson. This gives your child an opportunity to get acclimated to the new environment, visit the restroom and stretch.
Should I stick around to watch my child’s lesson?
I welcome parents to observe their child’s lesson and listen to some of the key words or phrases I use. There is a lot of bad advice out there in regards to the golf swing (ex: keep your head down, keep your eye on the ball, you lifted up) I encourage parents to learn about what their child is working on so that they can reinforce ONLY those key words or phrases used with their child after the lesson is over.
What if my child doesn’t have golf clubs, how will we conduct the lesson?
Don’t let the fact that your child do not have their own set of clubs deter you from getting them started with golf! I demo clubs your child can use. PLEASE DO NOT buy a new set of junior clubs before the lesson. There are many different companies that offer “junior” club sets these days. Some are far superior to others (without breaking the bank.) It is important that your child has equipment that is the right length and weight so that they can have success with ball striking and build a solid foundation for a swing that will last them a lifetime.