2014 Junior Golf Brochure

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2014 Brochure on Junior Golf & Membership at Glenelg Golf Club.

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<ul><li><p>Junior Golfat Glenelg </p></li><li><p>2 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | Glenelg Golf Club | Adelaide, South Australia</p><p>Skills for lifeGlenelg Golf Club has created a progressive junior golf program placing an emphasis on developing life skills as well as the important golfing components.</p><p>Golf is a highly social sport and is something you or your children can enjoy at any age or skill level.</p><p>Membership at Glenelg Golf Club is a lifestyle investment. Junior members have the opportunity to be introduced to the traditions of the game and the etiquette upheld at a private golf club, while experiencing the modern club benefits available, and all in a non-threatening, relaxed environment.</p><p>Our membership and programs will prepare all junior golfers for playing golf at any club on a local, national or international level, both now and in the future.</p><p>Welcome to GlenelgEstablished in 1927, Glenelg Golf Club is recognized as one of the leaders in Australian golf. With a progressive approach, Glenelg continues to operate as one of the premier golfing facilities, now ranked inside the top 30 golf courses in Australia.</p><p>With a true test of golf, modern facilities, nationally recognised coaching professionals, in conjunction with one of Australias most regarded junior development programs, Glenelg Golf Club offers junior golfers the perfect opportunity to progress their game to whatever level they choose.</p><p>Junior development</p><p>A key component of every junior membership at GlenelgWe are very proud of our investment in junior golf.</p><p>Glenelg Golf Club places great importance on junior golf and this is reflected in the Clubs junior membership structures and the development programs associated with them, which provide a pathway to help juniors to achieve their golfing goals. </p><p>Our elite team of nationally recognised and accredited coaching professionals coordinate programs in-conjunction with the Clubs Junior Golf sub-committee. All pro shop staff are available to junior members for coaching and advice, with costs generally covered by funding from the Glenelg Golf Club Foundation.</p><p>The development of good golfers is a key aim of the program, however there is also a very strong belief that golf should be a fun and enjoyable pastime. The programs in place encourage all juniors, regardless of their ability, to learn, enjoy and respect all that golf club membership has to offer at Glenelg, in a safe, supervised and healthy environment.</p></li><li><p>* Please note all prices quoted include GST and are valid until 31st March 2015 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | 3</p><p>Scan for updated junior membership details and other relevant information.</p><p>The Glenelg Golf Club Foundation was established in 2002 to facilitate the funding of key projects through donations from members and supporters. </p><p>One of the Foundations key projects involves the ongoing funding of the Clubs Junior Golf &amp; Elite Player Development Programs. The Foundation believes this is fundamental to the future of the Club and the game of golf.</p><p>Activities receiving financial support through the Foundation include:</p><p> junior clinics</p><p> entry fees &amp; various expenses to compete in local, state &amp; national junior events</p><p> various junior golf trips to country &amp; interstate locations</p><p> individual &amp; elite level coaching for junior members</p><p>To date, the Foundation has raised over $200,000, of which almost $130,000 has been spent on funding the Clubs Junior Development Program.</p><p>Since 2002, well over 150 junior members of the Club have received some financial assistance or have been involved in some way in Junior Development Program activities. Many of these juniors have remained members of the Club to this day.</p><p>Glenelgs reputation as a leader in junior development has been established thanks to the support of the Foundation and the generous donations given by members and supporters.</p><p>Glenelg Golf Club Foundation</p><p>The Junior Tigers Golf Program provides a pathway for young golfers from Beginner through to Junior Cadets and finally to Junior Membership at Glenelg Golf Club.</p><p>The structured six-level program applies the motto, A Skill, A Rule &amp; An Etiquette and each session completed will involve these three areas.</p><p>For more information visit the Junior Tigers Golf Program website:</p><p>www.juniortigersgolf.com.au</p></li><li><p>4 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | Glenelg Golf Club | Adelaide, South Australia</p><p>Junior Tigers Golf Program</p><p>Foundation Development Squad (Tier 3)</p><p>Future Development Squad (Tier 2)</p><p>High Performance Junior Squad (Tier 1)</p><p>Club Ambassador High Performance Squad</p><p>State &amp; National Representation</p><p>Touring Professional</p><p>We are committed to providing expert tuition and guidance to our juniors based on their desire, proficiency and skill, with the aim of providing a structured and seamless pathway to the highest level.</p><p>Incentive is provided through a tiered structure, providing players with further funding and advanced coaching, including the most sophisticated swing technologies available, as they progress. </p><p>The Junior Development Program sets out a player pathway taking junior members from the Junior Tigers Golf Program through to high performance programs, state and national representation, and ultimately, touring professionals for those budding young golfers wanting to take the next step.</p><p>Player pathway development programs</p><p>Junior membership pathwayLocal school involvement</p><p>Junior Tigers Golf Program</p><p>Weekly coaching clinics during school terms</p><p>Tiger Cubs Membership</p><p>Entry level membership for under 14s</p><p>Recommended for beginners who are participating in the Junior Tigers Golf Program</p><p>Cadet Membership</p><p>Entry level membership with extra course access for under 14s</p><p>Recommended for beginners who have participated in the Junior Tigers Golf Program</p><p>Junior Membership</p><p>Full junior playing rights and entitlements for under 18s</p><p>Includes access to professional coaching</p><p>Includes access to Junior Development Program</p></li><li><p>* Please note all prices quoted include GST and are valid until 31st March 2015 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | 5</p><p>Qualification criteria</p><p>For players to be eligible, it is compulsory for them to enter the Golf SA Junior Vardon Trophy and play a minimum of 24 rounds. Players must also achieve other specific performance criteria as determined from time to time by the Club.</p><p>Coaching program</p><p> Scheduled squad training sessions during school holidays</p><p> Monthly individual lessons (60 minutes)</p><p> Tournament funding entry fee reimbursement</p><p> Elite tournament exposure (includes subsidised interstate tournament play, attending professional tournaments for personal development)</p><p>Golf science &amp; technology*</p><p> Trackman Launch Monitor</p><p> SAM Putt Lab</p><p>* Program is tailored to athletes needs and skill level</p><p>Program topics</p><p> High speed video analysis - technique instruction, video library, program planning</p><p> High level skill training programs</p><p> Short game specialized coaching</p><p> Wedge layups and distance control</p><p> On course training - game planning, green reading, course charting</p><p> Shots to hole statistics analysis - training program planning</p><p> Introduction to golf specific fitness training - McMaster Fitness Systems, speed burners</p><p>Referral program to sport science &amp; medicine providers</p><p> Greg Rosenbauer (Unley Physio)</p><p> Ryan Lumsden 3D biomechanical analysis (Q Golf)</p><p> Rosie Stanimirovic (Mental Edge Consulting)</p><p>High Performance Junior Squad (Tier 1)Funding provided by the Glenelg Golf Club Foundation and is subject to review and approval by the Club at all times.</p><p>Qualification criteria</p><p>For players to be eligible, they must attain a handicap of 20 or less, and:</p><p> enter the Club Junior Championship</p><p> play a minimum of two club competition rounds per month</p><p>Coaching program</p><p> Scheduled squad training sessions during school holidays</p><p> Monthly individual lessons (30 minutes)</p><p> Tournament funding entry fee reimbursement</p><p>Program topics</p><p> High speed video analysis - technique instruction, video library, program planning</p><p> High level skill training programs</p><p> Short game specialized coaching</p><p> Wedge layups and distance control</p><p> On course training - game planning, green reading, course charting</p><p> Shots to hole statistics analysis - training program planning</p><p> Introduction to golf specific fitness training - McMaster Fitness Systems, speed burners</p><p>Referral program to sport science &amp; medicine providers</p><p> Greg Rosenbauer (Unley Physio)</p><p> Ryan Lumsden 3D biomechanical analysis (Q Golf)</p><p> Rosie Stanimirovic (Mental Edge Consulting)</p><p>Future Development Squad (Tier 2)Funding provided by the Glenelg Golf Club Foundation and is subject to review and approval by the Club at all times.</p><p>Foundation Development Squad (Tier 3)Funding provided by the Glenelg Golf Club Foundation and is subject to review and approval by the Club at all times.</p><p>Qualification criteria</p><p>For players to be eligible, they must be Junior members and hold an official Golf Australia handicap.</p><p>Coaching program</p><p> Monthly individual lessons (30 minutes)</p><p> Sunday clinics 50% subsidy available</p><p>Junior Tigers Golf ProgramSelf-funded program. Funding is not available from the Glenelg Golf Club Foundation.</p><p>Coaching program</p><p> Weekly group clinics during school term</p><p> Instruction handouts for golf manual</p><p>Program topics</p><p> Introduction to McMaster five minute golf warm up</p><p> Instruction in basic fundamentals including full swing irons, full swing woods, chipping, putting, pitching and bunker play</p><p>Matilda Wheare 2014 South Australian Junior State Team</p></li><li><p>6 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | Glenelg Golf Club | Adelaide, South Australia</p><p>To help in promoting junior golf, entrance fees for Junior and Intermediate members are substantially discounted from the entrance fee paid by adult members. Importantly, there will be no additional entrance fee for Junior members, should they progress into Provisional or Full membership as adults.</p><p>The entrance fee is payable in instalments provided that 50% of the total entrance fee is paid by the age of 21. The remainder is to be paid by the age of 25. The younger they join, the longer you have to pay your entrance fee.</p><p>Juniors can play in every Saturday competition provided they have an A Grade handicap (12 or less for boys, 18 or less for girls). Otherwise, they can play one Saturday competition per month (depending on handicap and skill level), or at any time after 1:30pm.</p><p>On other days, juniors can play pretty much any time, although a few other restrictions do apply.</p><p>Tiger Cubs (under 14)</p><p>$144.50 paTiger Cubs membership is open to boys and girls aged under 14 years and who are undertaking the Junior Tigers Golf Program.</p><p>Tiger Cubs members can play golf at limited times throughout the week, but only under strict adult supervision.</p><p>NO ENTRANCE FEE</p><p>Cadets (under 14)</p><p>$331.15 paJunior Cadet membership is open to boys and girls aged under 14 years who has either achieved a Cadet Certificate through the Junior Tigers Golf Program or is the child of a current member.</p><p>Junior Cadet members can play golf at various times throughout the week, but only under strict adult supervision. They can hold an official Australian handicap and can participate in competitions.</p><p>Junior Cadet members automatically transfer to Junior membership once they reach 14 years of age.</p><p>NO ENTRANCE FEE</p><p>Junior (under 18)</p><p>$763.65 paJunior membership is available to boys and girls under the age of 18.</p><p>Our active junior development program incorporates our Junior Tigers Golf Program providing a structured pathway for juniors to learn and improve their golf.</p><p>Junior members transfer to Intermediate membership at the age of 18. Upon attaining the age of 25, Intermediate members are transferred to Provisional or Full membership. </p><p>ENTRANCE FEE - $1,791.25</p><p>Intermediate (18-24)</p><p>$1,294.15 paIntermediate membership is available to anyone from 18 to 24 years of age. </p><p>Upon attaining the age of 25, Intermediate members are automatically transferred to Provisional or Full membership, or may opt to transfer to Intermediate Plus membership. </p><p>Some playing restrictions apply depending on their handicap.</p><p>ENTRANCE FEE - $2,149.50</p><p>What will it cost me &amp; when can I play?</p></li><li><p>* Please note all prices quoted include GST and are valid until 31st March 2015 | Junior Golf at Glenelg | 7</p><p>Want to join?Simply complete a Membership Application Form. </p><p>One of these can be obtained by:</p><p> Collecting from our Administration Office</p><p> Phoning us on (08) 8295 3793 and we can post one to you</p><p> Downloading from our website</p><p>Once completed, please return your application form to the Club in person or by post to:</p><p>Glenelg Golf Club PO Box 220 GLENELG SA 5045 </p><p>or via email to membership@glenelggolf.com</p><p>No membership application fee applies to Junior membership applicants.</p><p>All applicants must have two current members propose and second their application. If you do not know any exisiting members, please contact us for assistance.</p><p>If you have any other questions, please contact the Administration Office on (08) 8295 3793.</p><p>Frequently asked questionsIf you have a question that is not answered below, please dont hesitate to contact us on (08) 8295 3793.</p><p>Q. How old do I have to be before I can join?</p><p>A. In general, juniors may not join the Club until they are 12 years old, however in certain circumstances, juniors under the age of 12 can join. Once you turn 18, you transfer from Junior membership to Intermediate membership. At the age of 25, you become a Provisional member.</p><p>Q. Do my parents have to be members?</p><p>A. No. Juniors can join, irrespective of whether or not you have relatives who are members at Glenelg.</p><p>Q. What are my rights as a Junior member?</p><p>A. Junior members, as with all members, have full use of the clubhouse and practice facilities. Some playing restrictions apply on certain days of the week, but generally, juniors have full access to the course.</p><p>Q. Can I bring my mum, dad or a friend out for a game?</p><p>A. Juniors can invite a guest to play with them. Juniors may not invite more than one guest at any time without permission from the Administration Office, but this is possible.</p><p>Glenelg's short courseDesigned by world renowed golf coach, Dave Pelz, as the most effective short game tool devised so far, this scoring system enables players to head out onto the practice area and set some clear goals for a short game session. </p><p>Using the Clubs world class short game facilities (chipping, putting and bunker play), the scoring system enables us to provide juniors with a short course handicap and compete against themselves or other juniors without actually venturing onto the golf course. Its perfect for those juniors not quite ready to tackle the full 18 holes or just looking to hone their short game.</p><p>Travel &amp; tripsPlaying other golf courses and visiting other golfing facilities is important in progressing your game. Consequently, we provide junior members with many opportunities to play golf at other courses and to meet other junior golfers around the state and country.</p><p>These trips are a fun way to make new friends and gain experience playing courses other than your own. Funding is determined through the Junior De...</p></li></ul>

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