Programming & Camps – BREC Golf
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BREC and Youth on Course Program for 2021

BREC Golf is excited to welcome new golfers age 6-18 to BREC’s Youth On Course program in partnership with the national program known as Youth on Course. Similar to the United States Tennis Association (UTSA), Youth on Course puts young golfers in the National Program but permits them to participate locally. Within the membership, golfers will be able to utilize a service provided by the Louisiana Golf Association that permits them to establish an Average Scoring Index.  With this scoring index, juniors of all levels and ages can compete on a level playing field in all our events.

To register: visit Youth on Course’s website at https://youthoncourse.org/

Once a member, now juniors need to get out and play so that they can turn in their scores.  The month of April is set-aside for you to begin this process.  City Park is the registered course, and you will be charged $5 for your green fee.  To enter our programs from May through October, juniors must be registered and have an established Index.

BREC Golf will also offer Youth on Course Instructional programming.

These are two sessions:

  • Juniors will attend a clinic that will cover the full swing, wedge game, and putting
  • Clinics will be conducted at Santa Maria from 7:30am till Noon
  • The second part involves on-course coaching and short game instruction
  • Coaching will be conducted at City Park Golf Course from 7:30am till Noon
  • Open only to Youth on Course members; cost $70.
  • Each session will be limited to 6-8 juniors based on ages; instructors will be a 3 to 1 ratio.

Each session and on-course Coaching divided into age and skill ability:

  • Family Golf Tee Group. For juniors fairly new to the game and range in ages 6 to 8-9.
  • Forward Tee Group: For juniors learning to hit tee and approach shots with better form; age group is broader at this level ranging from 9 to 12; should be able to play independently.
  • Mid Tee Group: juniors who possess the ability to reach par 3s with irons and hit their second shot on to the greens of par 4s. Commonly used by students in 6th to 9th
  • Back Tee Group: for players that are capable of flying the ball on to the green of par 3s & 4s, and are consistently driving their tee shots beyond 200 yards. This is ideal for High School golfers who are wishing to play for their golf team or wish to compete in Championship style events.

Qualifier for those wishing to attend:

  • These are not brand-new beginner sessions; we recommend juniors join The First Tee to obtain beginning style instruction.
  • The program is designed to promote juniors who are, or have been, involved with some level of instruction (either from a formal instructor, family, or friend) and can perform with age- appropriate independence in practice and on course play.

Instruction

Session 1 – Santa Maria

May 24 May 25 May 27 May 28
Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group Back Tee Group

Session 2 – City Park

June 1st June 2nd June 3rd June 4th
Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group Back Tee Group

Session 1 – Santa Maria

June 7th June 8th June 10th June 11th
Back Tee Group Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group

Session 2 – City Park

June 14th June 15th June 17th June 18th
Back Tee Group Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group

Session 1 – Santa Maria

June 21st June 22nd June 24th June 25th
Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group Back Tee Group

Session 2 – City Park 

June 28th June 29th July 1st July 2nd
Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group Back Tee Group

Session 1 – Santa Maria

July 12th July 13th July 15th July 16th
Back Tee Group Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group

Session 2 – City Park

July 19th July 20th July 22nd July 23rd
Back Tee Group Family Tee Group Forward Tee Mid Tee Group