Comox Golf Club offers junior program

Meeting to set up season goes Monday, April 22 at clubhouse

The golf season is fast approaching and so is the Comox Golf Club Junior Program.

Kicking off on Monday April 22 is our Junior Club meeting at 6 p.m. This meeting will be for all junior members, prospective junior members, and those seeking more information about the program. We will be highlighting the events for the season as well as covering all information juniors need to know about our program and our club.

Memberships will be available for purchase at the conclusion of the meeting, which should last approximately one hour. Parents and juniors are encouraged to attend.

Junior Nights will begin Monday, April 29. Start time is to be determined and will be divided by age. Junior Nights will include instruction on all aspects of the game from tee to green as well as a rules seminar and etiquette. There will be opportunity for on-course instruction as well. Junior Nights will not be held on holiday long weekends.

Age groups will be from 6-9 and 10 and older. The 6-9 age group is from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. and the older age group is 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Also new for this year is our Tee Box restaurant. Juniors will have various food options on a varying basis each week which parents can sign up their children for in advance. Come and meet our new chef Adrian at the meeting.

For more information or to renew your 2012 membership, contact the Golf Shop at 250-339 4444.


– Comox Golf Club



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