Whether you are new to the game of golf or like to play competitively, the Operation 36 Program is changing the way golfers learn. No other golf program has scaled the golf course and centered its curriculum around playing and scoring on the golf course. A true long-term player development program, the end goal of the program is simple; Shoot even par (score of 36) or better for 9 holes from your full tee box!

How does it work?
To provide a road map for golfers to improve their skills and score on the course, the program consists of 6 levels, with each level containing 7 skills. Golfers are taught these skills by me, your PGA golf professional. These skills are taken to the golf course where players compete to level up.

Each golfer starts in Division 1 and plays 9 holes approximately 25 yards from the green (225-yard course). When the golfer can shoot 36 or less, they progress to Division 2 and play their next round from 50 yards from the green.

 


This process continues through 6 divisions until the golfer beats the challenge of shooting 36 (par or better) from their full tee box.

The Program meets for 12 weeks – the Spring Semester runs March 5 – June 1.
SPRING SEMESTER IS SOLD OUT 

Tournament Dates:
 April 13, May 4, May 11, June 1. We use a double tee start system with tee times beginning at 3PM and going until about 4:30PM.

The Fall Semester runs September 3 – November 23.

Each participant will come to practices TWO TIMES per week – Classes are offered on Tuesday (4:30 & 5:30 pm), Wednesday (4:30 & 5:30 pm), and Thursday (4:30 & 5:30 pm).

When enrolling, you must select TWO Practices that your child will attend consistently for the 12-week Semester.

TUITION - $600

 
48 Maximum | Open to Members and Guests, Ages 7-13