CN Future Links Learn to Play
A joint program of the PGA of Canada and Golf Canada for all junior golfers aged 6 to 18, Learn to Play is made up of seven age-appropriate golf development levels that teach important golf skills and techniques, as well as leadership, sportsmanship, and etiquette.
Once a level is complete, participants receive a report card outlining their accomplishments and an official congratulatory letter from CN Future Links, and an official bag tag or hat clip indicating the level of completion. Participants also receive a FREE CN Future Links Membership!
From beginners learning to take their first swing to advanced players setting their sights on golf scholarships and tournament play, our program is tailored to the needs and goals of young golfers. Register for the Junior Golf Program at Union and start your child on the path to a lifelong love of golf.
Junior Golf Academy 2018
A special club dedicated to our Junior Members. Thursday evenings our Juniors enjoy a
league atmosphere with a fun round of golf in a relaxed, social and learning environment.
Summer Golf Camps
Based on Future Links Learn To Play Program; includes instruction and golf with our PGA of Canada Professional.
- Swing fundamentals
- Sand play
- Pre-shot routine
- Rules and etiquette
Check back here for 2018 camp information
Going the distance for Junior Members
In addition to all the coaching and junior golf programs we run here, junior members can count on professional advice and support to further their golfing careers:
- Guidance to the serious junior golfers about regional events and tournaments to attend.
- Support and guidance when applying for golf scholarships to college or university.
The junior golf program at St. Thomas Golf and Country Club has sent 17 teenagers to college on scholarships. Our graduates include Jace Walker, Canadian Tour player, and Lisa Maunu, LPGA Futures Tour player. Register your junior for membership today.