The Flagstaff Hill Golf Club welcomes Junior Members, and has an active program to encourage children to experience golf in a fun, friendly, inclusive and non-contact environment.

There are some great reasons why kids should get into golf.

Spending Time outdoors:  Put away the tablets and gaming consoles - golf encourages healthy exercise habits.  There is nothing better that getting out and walking in the fresh air.  The golf course has an array of natural wildlife and it’s not uncommon to see a koala or kangaroo when you’re out on the fairways at Flagstaff Hill.

Everyone can play:  People of all ages and from all walks of life can play golf.  The diversity found in our club provides young people with a broader view of the world.  Psst, the younger you start the better you’ll be!

Etiquette and values: The game of golf is extremely rich in tradition and teaches values like honesty and respect towards yourself, others and the environment.  We take it seriously!

Business skills:  In addition to etiquette and values, golf teaches kids to play with new people, develop self-confidence, improve their ability to work with numbers and apply problem solving skills.  Golf attracts successful people; you never know who you may meet in our club!  All great skills for the business world! 

Emotional control:  Just like life, there are ups and downs, achievements and disappointments.  In order to get better, you have to overcome obstacles and learn from your mistakes.

The club has recently enlisted the assistance of PGA Professional Nick McCormack and member Jan Douglass to build junior golf within the club.  

Late last year at the South Australian Golf Industry Awards Night, Nick and Jan received an Award for Service to the South Australian Golfing Industry for their outstanding contribution to junior development.  We are lucky to have them on board!

What’s on…

Mixed Junior Championship and Handicap Event (Flaggy junior members only)

Friday 13th and 20th July 2018 (36 holes) – see the proshop to register.

July School Holiday Clinic (everyone welcome)

When:        Monday 9th and 16th July 2018 (2-days)

Where:     Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

Time:        9:00am – 2:00pm 

Cost:        $40 for the two days

Bring:        Lunch, hat, water bottle, sneakers (food and drink available from the club)

All equipment is provided

Registrations are essential and can be made directly via the below link:

http://www.mygolf.org.au/programs/Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

McCormack’s Junior Golf - Winter Cup 2018 

When:        Wednesday 11th July

Where:    Adelaide Shores Golf Park, Military Rd West Beach

Cost:        Various

Further info:    2018 Winter Cup Flyer

Golf SA Primary School Golf Event (qualifying club)

When:        Friday 10th August

Where:      Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

Time:        9:00am – 2:30pm

Cost:        $10 per student, paid on the day

Eligibility:    10 years of age and over boys and girls, in year level 5,6 or 7.  Students in year 4 and that are 10 years of age and play golf regularly may seek permission to play from Golf SA

Further info:    Primary School Event Overview

Student/parent form

School information form

Contact Jan Douglass on 0402 033 826 for further information

Term 3 Clinic (everyone welcome)

When:        Tuesday 31 July – Tuesday 11 September (7 weeks)

Where:     Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

Time:        4:00pm – 5:00pm 

Cost:        $52.50 for the entire 7 weeks

Bring:        hat, water bottle, sneakers

        All equipment is provided

Registrations are essential and can be made directly via the below link:

http://www.mygolf.org.au/programs/Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

Note:  Flagstaff Hill Golf Club is registered to receive School Sports Vouchers.  The program is a Government of South Australia initiative administered by the Office for Recreation and Sport.  The program provides an opportunity for primary school aged children from reception to Year 7 to receive up to a $50 discount on sports membership/registration fees.  The purpose is to increase the number of children playing organised sport by reducing cost as a barrier to participate in sport. Further information can be found below:

http://www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au/