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    2022 Junior Instruction

Kiddie Goat Junior Lessons - SOLD OUT

  • Eight week program
    • Begins the week of June 13th with the last week being August 8th.
    • The week of July 18th is skipped due to an internal golf outing.
  • Perfect for ages 6-9, but not a requirement
    • We have found, due to the amount of walking and activities performed throughout the class, that golfers under the age of 6 have a difficult time maintaing their physcial stamina compared to their older peers, which can lead to emotional breakdowns and class disruption. This is why we highly recommend being at least 6 years of age to participate in our classes.
    • If you believe your child is on the mature side of the cognitive, affective, and physical (CAP) spectrum AND/OR has a sibling that can be a support for them, then you are welcome to register for the Kiddie Goat as long as they are at least 5 years of age.
    • Children over the age of 9 are welcome, especially if there is a younger sibling in the Kiddie Goat; however, please know that the average age of this program is around 7-8 years old and take CAP into consideration.
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at 10:00am
    • Pick a day and that will be your lesson day for eight weeks. For example, choose Tuesdays and you will always arrive on Tuesdays.
    • We understand the craziness of one's summer schedule; therefore, switching days is allowed without notice should you miss any lessons.
    • If you will miss a class or two due to vacation, daily life of a family, etc., you can make up the missed lessons by coming twice or three times in a given week.
  • Each lesson consists of instruction and the option to play on the Par 3 course
    • The first part of the lesson will be golf related training activities that will teach the fundamentals, skills, coordination, rules and etiquette of the game of golf.
      • We plan on having your child move around quite a bit as the emphasis will be on safety, fun, and learning. If your child is safe and they have some fun, then, more than likely, they'll learn something along the way.
      • The goal is to have rotating stations throughout our class to help keep your child engaged. Stations may include the following: balance, agility, distance control, striking, speed, mechanics, and fundamentals of the golf swing such as aim, grip, and stance.
    • The second part will be on our Billy Goat Par 3 Course with your child playing golf. Here we will begin our focus on setting goals to shoot par (4 strokes) on each hole they play from various distances regardless of age or ability.
      • It's not necessary to play the par three, but it is a great way for your child to interact with our coaches, and learn about on-course etiquette and course knowledge.
      • You are welcome to pick your child up an hour after the start of the lesson if they will not play the par three; otherwise, plan on picking your child up two hours after the lesson starts. 
  • Other details
    • Each junior will receive a welcoming gift and eight free rounds on the Par 3 course above and beyond the lessons.
    • If your child does not have their own clubs, junior clubs will be provided during the lesson for free.
    • To ensure we have proper student to teacher ratio, we will cap each session at forty juniors.
    • We have a mix of excellent instructors that will be with your children. We have PE teachers, golf coaches from local high school teams, ex college golfers, ex high school golfers, PGA professionals, and a TPI Junior professional. This great mix of instructors will ensure the safety, fun and learning motto will take place for your juniors.
  • For any questions or concerns, please reach out to Jeremy Cabalka, Director of Golf Operations, at 608-827-7440 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Billy Goat Junior League - SOLD OUT 

  • Eight week program
    • Begins the week of June 13th with the last week being August 8th.
    • The week of July 18th is skipped due to an internal golf outing.
  • Perfect for ages 10-13, but not a requirement
    • This program is designed for those that have previously participated in our Junior Lesson Program (Kiddie Goat).
    • Must be at least 9 years old as the average age is around 11-12; golfers older than 13 are also welcome, especially if there is a younger sibling in the class.
    • Please take your child's cognitive, affective, and physcial stages into consideration when considering this class.
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at 1:00pm
    • Pick a day and that will be your lesson day for eight weeks. For example, choose Tuesdays and you will always arrive on Tuesdays.
    • We understand the craziness of one's summer schedule; therefore, switching days is allowed without notice should you miss any lessons.
    • If you will miss a class or two due to vacation, daily life of a family, etc., you can make up the missed lessons by coming twice or three times in a given week.
  • Each lesson consists of instruction and play on the Par 3 course
    • The first part of the lesson will focus on golf training activities that will continue to refine their fundamentals, skills, coordination, rules and etiquette of the game of golf.
      • Your child will move around with a continued emphasis on safety, fun, and learning. Remember, if your child is safe, they have fun, then they'll learn something along the way.
      • The goal is to have rotating stations throughout our lessons to help keep your child engaged. Stations may include the following: balance, agility, distance control, striking, speed, mechanics, and fundamentals of the golf swing such as aim, grip, and stance.
    • The second part will be on our Billy Goat Par 3 Course with your child playing golf. Here we are going to begin our focus on setting goals to shoot 36 from various distances regardless of age or ability.
      • Ideally, all juniors complete 6 to 9 holes each class, unlike the Kiddie Goat Progarm where a golfer has the option to play the par 3.
        • We understand this can't always happen due to scheduling, other sports, vaction, etc., so this certainly isn't a requirement.
        • We use scores obtained each week to establish short-term objectives while not losing sight of our long-term goal of shooting 36 within 9 holes. 
        • Scores are also used as a reference for those interested in our PGA Junior League. 
  • Other details
    • Each junior will receive a welcoming gift at registration and eight free rounds on the Par 3 course above and beyond the lessons.
    • If your child does not have their own clubs, junior clubs will be provided during the lesson for free.
    • To ensure we have proper student to teacher ratio, we will cap each session at forty juniors.
    • We have a mix of excellent instructors that will be with your children. We have PE teachers, golf coaches from local high school teams, ex college golfers, ex high school golfers, PGA professionals, and a TPI Junior professional. This great mix of instructors will ensure the safety, fun and learning motto will take place for your juniors.
  • For any questions or concerns, please reach out to Jeremy Cabalka, Director of Golf Operations, at 608-827-7440 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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