The Golf Club of Choice for Juniors
Cottesloe Golf Club aims to be the club of choice for Western Australian juniors seeking to play golf and develop their golfing skills. We offer clinics for all ages and abilities and operate small class sizes so our teaching professionals can focus on developing the skills of every student in the class.
At Cottesloe Golf Club, we believe that golf is a game for life, and once learned, can be played all over the world and long into our senior years.
Included in all junior clinics offered at Cottesloe is the issue of safety, both personally and the safety of others.
Teaching professionals at Cottesloe, and Club Members who volunteer in a junior development capacity, all hold a current ‘Working with Children’ certificate.
Girls’ golf development is a major focus of the Club, and each term we offer girls’ only clinics in addition to mixed clinics. For some, a girls’ only clinic is more beneficial for a student’s sporting development as they feel more confident and comfortable in their environment.
Cottesloe Golf Club also supports girls’ golf development with the Australian Golf Foundation (AGF) Junior Girls Scholarship program, which is now in its third year. Each year Cottesloe GC selects a number of worthy recipients to take advantage of the available coaching and mentoring of the game, with the objective of supporting the girls to continue their golfing beyond the clinics, obtain a handicap, and in turn continue to play the sport.
Operation 36 In Term Clinics
Cottesloe Golf Club is excited to offer this effective golf developmental program to our juniors. Operation 36 introduces and teaches the required skills of the game, with the objective of its students achieving par, or better, for 9 holes. This is accomplished in stages, with the first stage closest to the hole at 25 metres, then extending back to the tee box.
Playing golf on course and achieving par is very exciting, regardless of where from, and helps motivate juniors to continue through the stages.
School Group Golf
Cottesloe Golf Club currently has golf teaching programs with the following schools. If your child attends one of these schools and would like to be included in their program, you may wish to contact the school for more information.
- Scotch College (including a Boarders program)
- St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls
- Methodist Ladies’ College
Private and Small Group Tuition
Our four teaching professionals offer private lessons to help your child improve their golf. They can also tailor programs to suit small groups of similar abilities, including on course experience. To enquire about private classes call 9384 5823 or email email@example.com
School Holiday Programs
Each term break, our teaching professionals offer a range of clinics for small groups, targeted at beginners to junior golfers with some experience. These classes have a maximum of 8 – 10 students.
To participate in our in term clinics and school holiday clinics, juniors do not need to be a Member of the Club, but if they would like to continue playing on course or use the practice facilities at other times, a membership is required.
If you would like to know more about becoming a Junior Member, please click HERE.