Junior Development Program
‘There’s no doubt, the champions of the golf world today started playing the game at an early age, a very early age. ’ – Philip Baird, Director of Golf, Manly Golf Club – PGA Club Professional of the Year 2014
The Junior Development Program at Manly Golf Club is well supported with a strong following each year of Cadets and Juniors attending our regular weekly sessions. We welcome all ‘newcomers’ and encourage you to contact us.
Through the program, we aim to provide a balance between strategically phased expert swing tuition, ‘on-course’ play, physical strength and conditioning, with important social aspects of the game, the rules of golf and a players mental application, temperament and internal fortitude to excel in the game. At all times, and even more importantly, we ensure their enjoyment of the game of golf is heightened.
The program is divided into 3 different clinics dependent on age and skill level:
- Level 1 – ‘Birdies’ (5-9 years)
- Level 2 – ‘Tier 1’ (9-16 years)
- Level 3 – ‘Tier 2’ (Invite only)
Term 1, 2019 commences on Tuesday 12th February 2019 and runs for 8 weeks at a cost of $189. Click here to download a registration from or contact the Golf Shop for more information on 9907 9553.
Please note that bookings are essential and we look forward to introducing your children, or grandchildren to the wonderful game of golf!
- 1/2 Hour Lesson $35.
- 1 Hour Lesson $60
- Junior Clinics $169 (Per school term)
Vouchers and gift certificates for Junior Golf tuition are available from the Golf Shop. Please contact our Golf Shop staff on: (02) 9907 9553 or (02) 9948 0256
School Holiday Program
The Club operates a School Holiday Camp for a maximum of 24 children aged between 5 – 15. The cost for three days is $219 which includes professional golf coaching, drills, games & activities, practice balls, equipment if needed . . . and lots or prizes!!! Our next Camp is scheduled for Monday 30th September, Tuesday 1st October and Thursday 3rd October from 1pm. Click on the link below to download a registration form.