Stonebridge Golf Club
1825 Clubhouse Dr
Ann Arbor
(734) 429-8383
Junior Golf Lessons | Golf Camps2019-04-22T20:34:01+00:00

Junior Golf Lessons | Junior Golf Camps

Stonebridge offers a variety of weekly golf clinics for Juniors as well as golf camps. All of our programming is led by PGA Teaching Professional, Tim Strickland, Stonebridge Director of Instruction.  Programming is also available for Adults.  Take a look our schedule of adult golf clinics.
We all want our kids to develop into responsible adults. The game of golf has at its core a standard of behavior that lends itself to positive development. Personal skills such as: honesty, integrity, courtesy and respect are all present in golf, regardless of the level of competition. Golf teaches kids to use good judgment and be responsible for their actions. It also encourages the highest level of sportsmanship. Stonebridge Junior Golf Lessons and Junior Golf Clinics focus on these important lifelong skills. What other sport allows you to call a penalty on yourself with examples of this very thing being demonstrated on the biggest stages of the game?
In addition to the scholarships that colleges and universities offer directly to the accomplished golfers coming out of high school, there are numerous avenues to receive monies that can be used to help with cost of higher education. Equipment manufacturers, State Golf Associations, junior golf organizations and philanthropists who themselves benefited from the game, are all on the list of sources that offer anything from $250 for books to full-ride scholarships to the students school of choice. In many cases, skill level is not a determining factor for receiving an award: involvement in the game, good grades, community service, and employment at a golf facility can all be reasons for becoming a scholarship winner. It’s free money, so take advantage!
When was the last time you played a game of tackle football with your son or field hockey with your daughter? Golf is a game that families can learn and play together. And because of the handicap system that was created to determine a golfer’s playing ability and potential, moms and dads can actually compete with their children even if they play from different tee boxes or at significantly different skill levels. And have a game that the whole family can play for years to come.
Everyone knows how demanding the business world can be. It is no secret that some of the biggest deals have been conducted on the golf course. Imagine (or maybe you don’t have to) what it would be like as a non-golfer working in an office full of golfers. When the time comes for networking and building the relationships that lead to promotions and access to the best clients, you don’t want your child to be the one stuck back at the office shuffling papers around a desk. Impress just one client or boss with a skillful golf game or simply a high level of professionalism and conduct as it relates to the game, and your child may have just “punched a ticket” for future success in the industry.
It is estimated that 20 to 30% of children and adolescents in the U.S. are overweight. The physical and emotional issues that can result from childhood obesity are as staggering as the number itself. Twenty years ago, golf and fitness were rarely uttered in the same sentence, but thanks to a new generation of golf professionals, strength, conditioning and nutrition are a significant part of golf instructional programs. Would you rather have your kids playing video games or out getting some exercise? As schools continue to cut budgets and remove physical fitness, it is crucial that kids avoid becoming couch potatoes when they are not in school. Golf is a great low-impact way to develop the cardio activity, core stability; balance and focus that help reduce health concerns.
Program Name Session # Start Date End Date Days Time
Jr Golf Camp 1 1 Jun 24 Jun 27 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-12:30pm register
Jr Golf Camp 2 2 Jul 8 Jul 11 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-12:30pm register
Jr Golf Camp 3 3 Aug 26 Aug 29 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-12:30pm register
Jr Golf Camp 1 (Full Day) 1F Jun 24 Jun 27 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-4:30pm register
Jr Golf Camp 2 (Full Day) 2F Jul 8 Jul 11 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-4:30pm register
Jr Golf Camp 3 (Full Day) 3F Aug 26 Aug 29 M,T,W,Th 8:30am-4:30pm register
SNAG Golf 1 May 8 May 29 W 6-7pm register
SNAG Golf 2 Jun 12 Jul 3 W 6-7pm register
SNAG Golf 3 Jul 17 Aug 7 W 6-7pm register
Parent/Child 1 Jun 23 Jul 14 Sun (4wks) 5-6pm register
Fall Jr Golf League 1 TBA M,W 4:00pm register

Purchase and Register for our Junior Programs:

  • Stonebridge Golf Club is excited to bring a great opportunity for High School Students in the Ann Arbor, Saline, Milan. Dexter, Brighton/Southeastern Michigan area to learn and enjoy the game of golf! We will be hosting a four week Fall High School Golf Clinic for ages 14-17.

    Four 1 Hour Weekly Clinics:

    • 3 short game/full swing sessions
    • 1 on course playing session

    Sundays from 5-6pm September 1, 8, 15 & 22

    Clinics will cover:

    • Putting
    • Chipping
    • Full Swing with Driver and Irons
    • Golf Etiquette
    • Basic Rules of Golf
  • Junior Golf Camp

    1/2 day Camp Ages 6-14 runs 8:30am - 12:30pm Full day Camp Ages 9-17 runs 8:30am - 4:30pm (includes on-course play after lunch) 1/2 day camps: All ability levels are welcome.  ½   Day Camps are designed for the “new junior golfer” as well as the intermediate level junior. Golfers are placed into smaller groups based on their experience and skill level in order to create the most favorable learning environment possible. Throughout the morning session, campers learn, or practice, their skills with a strong emphasis placed on golf fundamentals as well as fun! The week includes various skill based games and activities which are designed to improve the campers golf skills as well as keep the learning environment fun and engaging for this age group. Camp will also incorporate lessons on good sportsmanship, how to play golf honestly and with integrity. Camp Includes:
    • Hands-on instruction each day
    • PGA Golf Professional Instruction
    • Functional skill development: full swing, short game, rules and etiquette
    • Golf Camper vs Instructor ratio (approximately 10:1)
    • Stonebridge Camp T-Shirt
    • Healthy snack each day of camp
    • Lunch provided on last day of Camp (Thursday)
  • Choose either a single private lesson, each 45 minutes, with a Stonebridge PGA Class A Teaching Professional or a Playing Lesson.  Private Lesson times will be arranged directly with each Pro on a first-come availability basis.
    • $70 | (1) One 45-minute private lesson
    • $95 |  Playing Lesson (limited to 1.5 hours)
  • This is a family friendly clinic!  The cost is for one adult and two (2) children. Extra child $20. Extra parent $100. It will be a fun way for the whole family to learn the game.
  • The PGA Jr. League offers the opportunity for 13 & Under girls and boys to learn and play golf. The program brings family and friends together around fun, team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals. Our fun and welcoming team format creates an environment for every child to become a golfer. Need more information? Visit the PGA Jr. League PROGRAM page. To register click the REGISTER button below. Create an account, or login if you played with us in the past.  Type in zip code 48108 and within 10 miles, Stonebridge Golf Club will come up as a team.
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    THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.  ALL OF THE SESSIONS FOR 2019 ARE FULL SNAG® Golf (‘Starting New At Golf’) is the best first touch program to effectively teach the game of golf to people of all ages and ability levels. It’s easy to learn, easy to teach, and FUN to play!
    SNAG® is a proven player development program designed for new learners of all ages.  SNAG® contains all the elements of golf but in a modified form, making it an easy and fun way to learn and play golf.  The system builds on strong fundamentals of putting, chipping, pitching and full swing to develop playing ability quickly and effectively.  SNAG® incorporates developmentally appropriate equipment and instruction that will allow golf to be learned and played in non-traditional venues, such as on a soccer field, in a gym, or on the beach. The game has its own simplified rules and terminology that adds fun to the learning and playing experience. The program builds on strong fundamentals of the different strokes and swings and develops playing ability quickly and effectively.  Enroll your child in the Stonebridge SNAG program today for a lifelong love of golf!
    "This is how golf should be taught to beginners" Payne Stewart, U.S. Open Champion

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