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

Junior Golf Supreme Commander

Nate Ollis, PGA of Canada

Elite Junior Specialist

Junior Development Programs

See below for the latest programs!

Junior Development Ages 7 - 11& 11 - 14

Monday/Wednesday 4 - 5pm (Ages 11 - 14)
Tuesday/Thursday 4 - 5pm (Ages 11 - 14)
Monday/Wednesday 5 - 6pm (Ages 7 - 11)
Tuesday/Thursday 5 - 6pm (Ages 9 - 11)
Tuesday/Thursday 6 - 7pm (Ages 7 - 11)

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 Camps 2021

When: Every week in summer

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, Masks required for students and teachers.

For Who: Two camps for students between the ages of 7 and 13.

Cost: $279 per student

Things we do: We build excitement for the game through games on the driving range, practice short game area and on course. The goal of the camp is to help kids learn to play golf a little bit better, but most importantly, fall in love with the game! On top of this, students also get to learn about how a course run, along with some of the cool tools and machines that take care of the facility.

Claremont High School Golf Academy POSTPONED 20/21

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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