The SCGA Junior instruction program offers the opportunity to learn the game of golf from certified golf instructors at an affordable rate. The program offers juniors the capability to get discounted access to rounds of golf and buckets of balls at all instruction sites, as well as, opportunities to play in tournaments, monthly clinics, game days, access to educational events, equipment and more.
2017 Yearly Schedule
Each Session is 8 weeks long.
January 23 – March 18
April 3 – May 27
June 26 – August 19
June 12 – August 5
September 5 – October 30
November 6 – December 16
Game Day Schedule
July 8: Pico Rivera GC & Don Knabe GC
July 15: Pico Rivera GC & Don Knabe GC
July 22: Pico Rivera GC & Don Knabe GC
July 29: Pico Rivera GC & Don Knabe GC
August 5: Pico Rivera GC & Don Knabe GC
As a new participant, each junior receives a polo, hat, lanyard, ball marker, and membership card.
The instruction membership card gives juniors access to play a round and hit a bucket balls at all instruction facilities for discounted access of just $1-$5.
Includes access to educational outings, monthly playing opportunities, and scholarships.
Each junior (ages 10 & up) registered for the current session is eligible for a free 45 minute one on one lesson with an instructor
Starting in 2017 juniors enrolled in the current session and/or the previous session are eligible to purchase a one on one lesson with an instructor.
A Game Day is a free playing opportunity for members of the instruction program to go out on the course and practice the skills they are taught in class.
- 5 weeks long, held at Pico Rivera, Bell Gardens, Maggie Hathaway, or Don Knabe Golf Center.
- The games are not mandatory to attend.
- There is a max of 30 participants for each game day.
Summer League is a competitive opportunity for juniors who want to be a part of a travel team throughout the summer. Juniors have the opportunity to compete against other teams outside of our program and to play courses throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
Winter League is designed for players who are a level 3 golfer or higher and who want to play competitive golf. The league is 6 weeks long and has practice two days a week with a tournament on the weekends after the end of fall session at the end of the year.
Titleist Performance Institute
A curriculum that develops athletes first and golfers second with a main focus on long term athletic development. The curriculum is made up of many skill based activities that gives juniors a fun and learning environment. For more information about the curriculum, click here.
Golf and Fitness Assessments
Each session, juniors that are ages 8 and older have the ability to take the fitness and golf assessments. The fitness test is given approximately halfway through the session in class, while the golf assessment is an on course, score based assessment offered outside of class time at the end of the session.
This equipment is used for spark classes to help ease the learning process. It consists of bigger clubs and bigger balls so that they can gain confidence and learn the game easier. To learn more about the product, click here.
GOLFER: The GOLFER acronym was developed by Up2Us Sports, the nationwide leader in sports-based youth development. The decision making curriculum was designed to help juniors become better decision makers on and off the golf course.