ONEKA RIDGE GOLF COURSE

2022 SPRING JUNIOR GOLF LESSON PROGRAM

The Spring Junior Golf Program is designed as a refresher course in fundamentals, as well as advanced preparation for the upcoming season. It's surprising how much we can forget over a long Minnesota winter. Whether the student is preparing for a junior golf league, lessons or advanced lesson programs, or just for a summer of recreational golf, our spring program is the perfect springboard to a successful golf season.  We will be using a variety of teaching techniques, training aids, drills, and practice games to enhance each student’s preparation for an enjoyable golf season.  There will be 2 age groups, Pre Juniors (ages 5-9) & Juniors (ages 10-17). We will also offer a beginner golf class for ages 7-12, this class is designed for juniors who have never played or been exposed to golf. In this class, we will be discussing golf equipment and golf terms and learning the basic fundamentals of each aspect of the game. The cost is $95 per session.

Our Level 1 and Level 2 Summer Junior Golf Lessons will begin in June. See the 2022 Summer Junior Golf Lesson program tab for more information.

Register for Spring 2022 Junior Lessons Online Here

MAY SESSIONS

 

PRE-JUNIORS (AGES 5-9)

Session #1  May 3rd, 10TH, 17TH, & 24TH 4:00pm-5:00pm (4 Tuesdays) FULL

Session #2 May 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th 8:15am-9:15am (4 Saturdays) 1 Spot Left

 

JUNIORS (AGES 10-17)

Session #1 May 3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th 5:15pm-6:15pm (4 Tuesdays) FULL

Session #2 May 7th, 14th, 21st,  & 28th 9:30am-10:30am (4 Saturdays) 1 Spot Left

 

BEGINNERS (AGES 7-12)

Session #1 May 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th  10:45am-11:45am (4 Saturdays) 1 Spot Left

NEW in 2022! PARENT/CHILD GOLF LESSONS FULL - Check back soon for more sessions

New for 2022! Come learn how to golf with your family and friends. These lessons are for beginners or those who have some golf experience and want to improve their game. Fee is $120 per adult-child pair for 4, 1 hour lessons. Note: the adult and child do not need to be related to participate. Grandparents, aunts and uncles, neighbors and friends can all be a "parent". Topics include putting, chipping, irons, hybrids and drivers, safety, golf terminology and etiquette.

Register for Spring 2022 Junior Lessons Online Here