Junior Development | Cordova Bay Golf Course

Junior Development

Whether you are looking just start the game, or find a home to fine tune your skills, The Cordova Bay Junior Development program sees students from beginning to adulthood.

Having troubles figuring out what program your junior fits into? Please feel free to contact Corey and he would be happy to help guide you, or even set up a meeting.

Cordova Bay's Junior Development Program run in small groups in accordance with the Provincial COVID-19 Response guidelines. Safety is our number one priority. That is why this year, we have limited classes to a maximum of 4 students.

Corey Lowe, PGA of Canada Class A

Teaching Professional, Head of Junior Golf

Nate Ollis, PGA of Canada

Teaching Professional, Elite Junior Specialist

Junior Development Programs

See below for the latest programs!

New to Golf: SNAGsters Ages 5 - 7

Monday & Wednesdays, 4 to 5pm

2, 1 Hour Classes Per Week with PGA Golf Professional Dylan Green
(No clubs needed)

You are probably wondering a little bit about what goes into a golf program, for 5- & 6-year olds. Here is a little preview of what you’ll be seeing:
-Movement, and lots of it.
-Oversize golf clubs hitting what appear to be tennis balls.
-Non golf games
-Time for creativity
-Organized Mayhem

With this in mind, our main goals in the program are:
-Learning about the course and how to care for it
-Building athletic/fundamental movements

Create a love for golf and have an interest to explore it further (for some it may be right away, for some it might be down the line where they remember golf being cool)

Cost: $229 per Month (plus tax)

Learn to Play: Drive, Chip, Putt Ages 8 - 13

Mondays & Wednesdays, 5 to 6pm

This class is where kids can turn their newfound love of the game and truly begin to develop their skills through fun and engaging classes with like-minded kids with similar skill-sets.

2, 1 Hour Classes per week with a PGA Golf Professionals Corey Lowe and/or Dylan Green

-4 to 1 Player to Coach Ratio
-Focus on the 3 main facets of the game
-Develop skills through Games & Challenges
-Emphasis on Fun!

Cost: $229 per Month (plus tax)

Learn to Play: Girls ONLY Golf Ages 7 - 13

Fridays, 4 to 5pm

Sometimes a barrier for junior girls looking to take up the game is not always golf related. Sometimes it is not having the right atmosphere and feeling part of a team of people who are similar minded. The Girls ONLY Golf program is designed around making sure the learning environment is both fun and has a large focus on making new friends.

1, 1 Hour Classes per week with a PGA Golf Professionals Corey Lowe

-4 to 1 Player to Coach Ratio
-Develop skills through Games & Challenges

Cost: $119 per Month (plus tax)

Junior Development Ages 7 - 11 & 12 - 16

Mondays & Wednesdays, 4 to 5pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4 to 5pm or 5 to 6pm

For students interested in taking their games to the next level. Students in this program should own their own golf clubs and come with some golf experience. Expectations are for students to be ready to focus and practice during class, and have fun when its time to compete with each other and play games!

2-1 Hour Classes per week with a PGA Golf Professionals Corey Lowe

-4 to 1 Player to Coach Ratio
-Personal Skill Development, Practice and Competition.

Cost: $249 per Month (plus tax)

Summer Camp

When: Starting at the end of June

How long: 4 days, 9am to 12pm Weekly Camps

Where: Cordova Bay Ridge Course/Bay Course Driving Range

Who: Hosted by PGA of Canada Professional, Corey Lowe

Info:Maximum 4 to 1 student to instructor

For Who: Anyone between the ages of 8 and 12

Cost: $249 per student



Cordova Bay Junior Camps run in small groups in accordance with the Provincial COVID-19 Response guidelines. Safety is our number one priority. That is why this year, we have limited classes to a maximum of 4 students.

Claremont High School Golf Academy

Grades 9 - 12, Students of Claremont High School
Feb - June
Last block of each day, students come to Cordova Bay and learn golf during school time.

Program Director - Shon Ryan, Saanich Schools PE

Program Lead Golf Professional - Corey Lowe, PGA of Canada

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