Golf

Junior Golf Academy

Conducted under the direction of Director of Instruction Bryan Stevens, The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge Junior Golf Academy is a comprehensive long-term golf development program for boys and girls ages 9-17 who aspire to compete at the high school, collegiate and professional level.

The primary goal of the program is to continually improve golf skills through first-class instruction, purposeful practices and TPI-based golf fitness sessions. Increasing athletic abilities including power, core strength, speed, coordination and balance is a primary component of the program. The program also helps young golfers build character, learn good sportsmanship and benefit from the many positive life skills the game teaches, while sharing friendship and camaraderie with other young people.

 

Interested in Junior Golf Academy?

For more information about golf instruction at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, contact Bryan.

Bryan Stevens, Director of Instruction
bryan@bryanstevensgolf.com
206.619.4575
www.bryanstevensgolf.com
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Curriculum

The Academy's unique golf and fitness curriculum combines the benefits of one-on-one coaching with the dynamics of being part of a focused, cohesive group of junior golfers. The summer session runs for 6 weeks and includes the following:

Individual Lessons
Students schedule weekly 30-minute individual lessons with the instructor over the course of the 6-week session. Lessons focus on each student’s needs and customized development program. 
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TPI Fitness Classes
The focus of these weekly fitness sessions is to develop speed, balance, strength, coordination and flexibility required of high performance golfers. Juniors will have fun building their athleticism to compete in today’s game of power golf.
Group Practices
Weekly supervised group practices offer a variety of short game drills and competitions, on-course play, course strategy discussions and an opportunity to learn mental game and ball flight concepts.
Skill and Athletic Testing
Juniors will be given a series of performance tests at the beginning, middle and end of the session to evaluate the progress of their short game skills, club head speed, carry distances and athletic power.