The Train Play Compete (TPC) Program was founded with the idea to give each student what they need based on their level of commitment and desire to playing great golf. While individual lessons can be quite costly, the TPC Program brings lessons and practices together among a small group, to curb the cost.
All plans require a $50 registration fee. There is a 15% savings for paying for the entire session.
Fall sessions (Aug-Oct)
JUNIORS League $300 per session ($115 per month)
Join us in our competitive Fall League. This is a great opportunity for your child to compete against other junior golfers. This league includes (12) tournament matches.
TRAIN $465 per session ($180 per month)
The TRAIN initiative offers (3) lessons per month, (1) on-course assessment and a Skills Challenge.
Because we believe in objectivity, every student is given a Gameplay ID to determine their strengths and weaknesses. This program is perfect for students definitely wanting to play competitively, but immediacy of results is not mandatory, or, those students who will practice and compete on their own. From beginner to advanced golfer, this program can train your junior golfer in as little as one year with the right self-motivation.
PLAY $675 per session ($255 per month) Most Popular Plan
The PLAY initiative gives your junior (3) lessons per month, (4) tournament matches and a Skills Challenge.
In addition to these offerings, all students in PLAY receive Student Reviews to give a more in depth look at their scoring history, their status compared against their projections of growth, and specific drills and fixes to address their areas inf improvement..
COMPETE $900 per session ($345 per month) Wait list spots only
The COMPETE initiative is the plan for those juniors who are ready to compete. This program includes (2) private lessons per month, (4) practices, (4) tournament matches and a Skills Challenge.
In addition to these offerings, all COMPETE received Student Reviews to give a more in depth look at their scoring history, their status compared against their projections of growth, and specific drills and fixes to address in areas in need of improvement...