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3 Day Junior Summer Golf School 2018

York golf range invites boys and girls aged 6 to 12 to our popular 3 DAY Summer golf school with our professional Andrew Smith. All the basics will be covered from how to grip and swing a club through to stance and posture. Learn how to use irons, woods and putters and compete in fun competitions.

We are holding two Junior Summer golf schools in 2018, one at the beginning of August and one at the end of August.

3 Day Summer Golf School 1

WEDNESDAY 1st AUGUST 2018
THURSDAY 2nd AUGUST 2018
FRIDAY 3rd AUGUST 2018
10am to 12 mid-day each day

3 Day Summer Golf School 2 

WEDNESDAY 22nd AUGUST 2018
THURSDAY 23rd AUGUST 2018
FRIDAY 24th AUGUST 2018
10am to 12 mid-day each day

All inclusive price: £50

includes all range balls hit during sessions, club hire and six hours of PGA Professional supervision and tuition

Certificate on completion

Please call 01904 499275 to book your childs place..

The Basics

Learn how to grip the club, take the correct stance and swing the club. 

Learn how to hit woods, irons, wedges and putters

You will get to learn how to hit all the clubs you would normally require to play a round of golf. 

Unlimited Range balls, free club Hire

During the summer school you can hit as many golf driving range balls as you wish. 

Certificate

When you have completed the summer school you will be presented with a certificate of achievement

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Safeguarding Children & Young People

at York Golf Range

York Golf Range is committed to ensure that the sport of golf is one within which  children and young people involved can thrive and flourish in a safe environment and that all children, young people and adults at risk have a fun, safe and positive experience when playing golf.


York Golf Range is an affiliated member of England Golf and follows the England Golf Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy and procedures. You might be thinking “What has safeguarding got to do with me?” Government guidance makes it clear that ‘Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility’.


Anyone who has a negative experience of sport at a young age is less likely to become a regular long-term participant. It’s important for the future of York Golf Range and the sport as a whole that children and young people have an enjoyable experience. All adults should contribute to York Golf Range meeting its overall duty of care, be aware of our club’s safeguarding policy, and know what to do if they are concerned about a young person.


York Golf Range asks parents of children taking lessons to familiarise yourself with the York Golf Range Safeguarding Policy.