2022/2023 WINTER PLAYERS PROGRAM
The Winter Players Program offers avid junior golfers the opportunity to increase their skill set and grow their golf game during the off season. There are 2 separate opportunities to take part in the program. The program runs for 6 weeks from November 18th to December 16th and then another session of the program starts again from February 10th to March 10th. Lesson days are always on Fridays in the afternoon.
At its core the winter program is for juniors who have on-course experience. This is not an introductory program to the game.
Participants will enjoy some great benefits including a driving range pass which is active from the first lesson until the final lesson to help maximize practice time. Each participant also receives a full winter membership which will be valid from November 1st to March 31st.
Evergreen Golf Centre is open year round, including the golf course, which makes us a unique opportunity. The range stalls are heated providing additional comfort for practice sessions.
NOVEMBER 18th – DECEMBER 23rd 2:30pm to 3:30pm = $250 + GST. REGISTRATION CLOSED
FEBRUARY 10th – MARCH 17th 2:30pm-3:30pm = $250 + GST. REGISTRATION CLOSED
The Winter Players Program will include the following….(over a $600.00 value!)
- Weekly one hour instruction.
- A one hour Private Trackman session.
- *Complimentary range balls on non-lesson days during the 6 week session.
- 2022-2023 Winter membership for the golf course. Valid until March 31st 2023.
- Help with goal setting.
- A special guest speaker/seminar during the session. Past speakers include Bill Green of Triple Play Athletics and Brittney Nyrose Sports Psychologist at the Bridge Therapy in Lethbridge.
The Winter Players Program is taught by #TeamTaylormade member and Teaching Professional Evan Webber who has 19 years of experience in instruction. Evan has helped players in the past achieve a broad spectrum of goals such as playing in their first tournament to playing golf in college.
*Limited to one large bucket a day. Unused buckets do not accumulate.