We are happy to announce a continuance of our golf lessons only program! This program is open to kids in 3rd grade and older and will consist of 4 one hour lessons and a two hour playing lesson where kids will play on the course with instructor assistance. Participation in the summer DYA golf league is not required to participate in this program.
Players of all skill levels are welcome and lessons take place at Golf Club of Dublin.
Dates are April 10, 17, 24, May 1 and 8 starting at 6 pm on each of these dates.
Cost is $100 and consists of four one hour lessons and a 2 hour playing lesson on May 8.
All players need to supply their own equipment: clubs, balls, tees, and glove.
Registration begins on December 1 and closes on March 29.
2018 Programs (new)
The Golf program has a variety of lessons and playing programs for players of all skill levels. Please see program level descriptions below for requirements on age, skill level, etc.
Click on the Register Today banner to register for the program(s) you are interested in. If there are openings, you will be able to register. When filled, you will be told immediately and asked if you want to go onto a waiting list.
Summer Rec League play will be at the following courses this year: Glenross, Golf Club of Dublin, Rolling Meadows, Safari, Wee Links/Sports Ohio, and Oakhaven. Tee times will range from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Groups will be put together according to grade and ability, please note in the comments area requested pairings, if any. You will need to be at the tee 15 minutes before your scheduled tee time which will be communicated on a weekly basis.
The goal of these programs is for participant to learn the game of golf, understand the rules and etiquette of the game, and to have fun.
For the Summer Rec League, the #1 issue from year to year is “pace of play”. It is imperative that we keep the players moving along to avoid overly long rounds. To assist with this, we ask that a parent volunteer walk with each group. Their role is to encourage the players, while making sure they keep moving. This is achieved by limiting practice swings, being at their ball ready to hit, playing “ready golf”, and following the rules set forth by the Director of the program. Further, if a player is struggling, the player will be encouraged to pick up their ball and drop where other players have advanced to.
It is also extremely helpful to have at least two coordinators for each division. The goal of the first coordinator is to be the starter. Their role is to organize the groups and make sure that each group is ready to tee off at their appointed tee time. The second coordinator will be there at the finish and collect the scorecards to be turned in to the Director of the program each week. The program Director will coordinate this with everyone.