The Junior Flex program invites junior golfers of all skill levels, age 6-13, to participate in a fun and engaging golf education experience. Students will participate in skill based activities to promote growth in their individual games.
Junior Flex members of all skill levels enjoy safe, group, hour-long golf classes, tailored to their budget and availability. With the freedom and convenience of signing-up online for class instruction, parents can choose the class times that work for their students. Students should bring their own clubs if they have them or they will be provided for them for the classes.
With multiple FLEX class times to choose from, students can tailor the classes to suit their schedule. Classes are divided into 2 age groups, 6-9 and 10-13. (Teens age 14 and older are encouraged to take the adult beginner group class, Tee It Up 1.) From putting to full swing, students will work on all areas of the game on the putting green and driving range. Classes will be offered Jan.-May and Sept.-Dec. Only Junior camps will be offered Jun.-Aug.
How to Sign-Up
Select the “Buy Now” button for your plan of choice and complete your registration using your child’s name for the registration. Contact info such as cell #s and email should be the parent’s contact info.
After completing your Junior Flex Plan registration, go to “Schedule Now” to access Smarter Lessons and the Junior Flex schedule. If you do not have a Smarter Lessons log in, you will need to create one in order to register for individual classes. Again, please use your child’s name to register on Smarter Lessons and the parent’s email and cell # for contact info.
The Junior FLEX Program
Instructional Pricing Plan
All pricing is a per month fee. 1 month minimum, all with easy online sign-ups.
Once you have signed up and paid for the Junior FLEX Program follow this link to register in Smarter Lessons and book your classes
Junior FLEX FAQs
How many are in a class?
What are the membership commitments?
Individual class cancellations must occur at least 2 hours in advance. If more than 3 no-shows occur, members will be assessed a $10 no-show each time after.
Does my month of classes start from when I join or do the classes have to be taken in a calendar month?
Do you have to take the classes once a week, in a month from when you sign up, or in a calendar month? Can you roll over classes to the next month?
How does auto payment work?
What happens when classes are cancelled?
Inclement weather will cancel putting and chipping classes, but we may still have other classes on the covered middle level of the range if it rains. If forecasted rain is not severe, classes will most likely still occur. Instructor time conflicts or illness, and facility event time conflicts may also lead to cancelled classes. If a class is cancelled inside of 6 hours, students will be notified via phone call and email. If a cancellation is made outside of 6 hours, students will receive just a cancellation email. Parents are advised to check their email in case a class is cancelled for any reason. Students will then need to register for another class to make up for the cancelled class.
Students are advised to check their email in case a class is cancelled for any reason.
Students will then need to register for another class to make up for the cancelled class.