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Kids Golf Classes

A kids golf class can take many different shapes and sizes. With all of the technology that has crept into our everyday life, learning how to play golf has many options for junior golfers. In the past, parents would simply look for a local camp or clinic to get their child started playing the game. Now with the majority of teenagers glued to a mobile device such as a smart phone or an IPad (we will not even count a laptop or desktop computer), there are not only many options to learn the game but also more quality instructors to learn the game from. So let’s take a look at the various forms that are available for kids golf classes:
  1. Learning At A Facility – We will start with the good old fashioned way to do it. At a golf facility, there are basically three options for kids golf classes:
    1. Junior Golf Camp – This is a fun way that many children become introduced to the game in a group. A junior golf camp typically runs 3-5 days (mornings) in a row. You will want to ask about the student –teacher ratio. The number that you want will depend on the age of your child but it should make sense to you. I have seen one instructor trying to handle 10+ junior golfers… just glad that it was not me!
    2. Junior Golf Clinics – This is probably the best option if your child is not sure if they want to play or not. Junior golf clinics usually run for one hour for a set number of weeks. This gives your child a chance to try the game with others and they will not become overloaded with information as they sometimes do in a junior camp.
    3. Private Golf Lessons – As you can imagine, this is the most expensive route. Many kids initially feel intimidated in a private lesson. You will need to gauge your child on this one. Their age as well as how socially mature they are could play a role into how effective these lessons can be for your little golfer.
  2. Learning Online – With many of the young people going online to learn most of what they do, it becomes natural for them to want to learn how to play golf using similar resources. The other good news about online kids golf classes is that they are typically less expensive than the real world solutions. So what is available?
    1. Golf Webinars – This format of learning has recently become a very popular way to learn. The great part about them is that you now have more instructors available to you and you can typically watch the webinar at your leisure as the instructor will make a replay available for you.
    2. Golf Videos and Golf Articles – There are many videos and articles to find online that will cover all aspects of how to play the game of golf and how to swing the club.
No matter how you learn the game, take the time to find a good instructor for your kid’s golf class. The time will be well invested as it will save you time and money in the long run!

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