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
1:1 Individual Junior (age 9-18) Instruction
$75 per 45 minute Junior Lesson
$195 Series of 3
$600 Series of 10
$80 per 1-hour semi-private lesson (price includes 2 juniors age 8-18, $20 per additional person)
$210 Series of 3
$900 Series of 10
1:1 Individual PeeWee (age 4-8) Instruction
$50 per 30-minute PeeWee Lesson (age 4-8)
$135 Series of 3
$450 Series of 10
$110 1-hour semi-private (price includes 1 adult, 1 child, $20 per additional person)
$270 Series of 3 Adult/Junior
$850 Series of 10 Adult/Junior
After School Coaching Sessions
After School (ages 7-9)
After School Sessions will resume in the fall 2021.
‘Skills, Drills & Play’ Saturday Junior Coaching Sessions
Our Saturday Sessions have an emphasis on ‘how to’ side of coaching. While some games are always played to enhance learning and engagement, the emphasis in these clinics is on the ‘how to’.
“Mini Bud” Coaching Sessions (ages 2-3)
Saturdays 9:30am – 10:00am
- May 1, 8, 15, 22 | $75
- June 5, 12, 19, 26 | $75
- July 10, 17, 24, 31 | $75
- August 7, 14, 21, 28 | $75
- September 4, 11, 18, 25 | $75
- October 2, 9, 16, 23 | $75
- November 6, 13, 20 $56.25
“Mini Buds” uses Birdie Basics and Little Golf T.R.A.I.N. curriculum’s 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. Children can and are encouraged to repeat this program several times. For young children, repetition is essential to acquire the skills for success. Each lesson in our program has clear learning objectives and is fun, fresh, and engaging. Every session includes time to reflect on what students have learned.
One Adult MUST accompany each child to serve as a ‘helper.’
The most convenient way is by clicking click ‘book a lesson’ on the toolbar to the left of this screen. Please feel free to e-mail or phone if you have additional questions regarding availability. If you use email, please provide a brief synopsis of your golf game and some of the things you would like to work on in the lesson as well as a few days and times that work best for you. If you phone me and get my voicemail, please leave a short message with your contact information and I will call you back to discuss further details.
It is always a good rule of thumb to arrive 10-15 minutes before each lesson. This gives you an opportunity to stretch and hit a few balls beforehand so we can get started on time. When you arrive, you will check in at the golf shop. They will provide you with a cart and directions to the range.
Plan on bringing your clubs and your questions! My goal is to help you reach yours and our first lesson provides me with an opportunity to ‘get inside your head’ to figure out what you are thinking, feeling, perceiving and correcting any errant or inefficient mis-conceptions.
I would recommend wearing something similar to when you play on the golf course. If you have never played golf at all, then a good rule of thumb is at minimum non-denim pants or shorts (or skorts for women) and a shirt with a collar that you can move around in. Men should wear a collared shirt, ladies may wear shirts without collars as long as they are not sleeveless. If you have golf shoes, you can wear them, otherwise a pair of sneakers is perfect.
Don’t let the fact that you do not have your own set of clubs deter you! I have many different types of demo clubs you can use (and borrow for practice between lessons). We can also discuss equipment during the first lesson and I will make recommendations and/or referrals to some of my “preferred” clubfitters in the area based on your goals, swing and budget.