Introduce your children to the game of golf while helping them build confidence and make new friends.
Eldorado Hills is offering an Enhanced Jr. Program for 2016!
More days of golf, more days of fun!
The times are listed for both the Instruction Clinic, as well as for the actual play days. Once they start golfing on the course, they will start at the same time, although, the times they finish golfing will be approximate. We will have them finish their hole they are on, so they may finish 15-20 minutes later than the actual times, depending where they are that that time.
Please stop in to the clubhouse to fill out the entry form, as well as visiting with us regarding signing up your child to the level they should fit in to. We will fit your child in to the appropriate level based on experience of play your child has, using these age groups as a general guide.
- 3 years to 5 years – NEW PEE WEES
- 6 years to 8 years
- 9 years to 11 years
- 12 years to 14 years
- 15 years through High School
Code of Conduct
Respect for Myself
I will dress neatly and wear golf or athletic shoes.
I will always try my best when I play or practice.
I will keep a positive attitude and catch myself doing something right regardless of the outcome.
I will be physically active, eat well, get enough sleep and take care of myself so I can stay healthy.
I will be honest at all times, including when I keep score and if I break a rule.
I will use proper etiquette and maintain my composure even when others may not be watching.
Respect for Others
I will follow all instructions and safety rules.
I will keep up with the pace of play on the golf course.
I will be friendly, courteous and helpful.
I will remain still and quiet while others are playing and have fun without being loud and rowdy.
I will be a good sport toward others whether I win or lose.
Respect for my Surroundings
I will keep the golf course and practice areas clean and in as good or better shape than I found them.
I will clean and take care of my and others’ golf equipment.
I will be careful not to damage anything that belongs to others.
For further details, call us at 402-371-1453
Junior Golf Clinic at Eldorado Hills Golf Course
Our Mission: To impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. By participating, young people are introduced to these core values which are incorporated throughout the program. Parents are encouraged to reinforce these behaviors by talking about them, what they mean and what these behaviors can look like at home.
- Honesty: the quality or state of being truthful; not deceptive. Golf is unique from other sports in that players regularly call penalties on themselves and report their own score.
- Integrity: strict adherence to a standard of value or conduct; personal honesty and independence. Golf is a game of etiquette and composure. Players are responsible for their actions and personal conduct on the golf course even at times when others may not be looking.
- Sportsmanship: observing the rules of play and winning or losing with grace. Players must know and abide by the rules of golf and be able to conduct themselves in a kind and respectful manner towards others even in a competitive game.
- Respect: to feel or show deferential regard for; esteem. In golf it is important to show respect for oneself, playing partners, fellow competitors, the golf course, and for the honor and traditions of the game.
- Confidence: reliance or trust. A feeling of self-assurance. Confidence plays a key role in the level of play that one achieves. Players can increase confidence in their abilities by being positive and focusing on something they are doing well regardless of the outcome.
- Responsibility: accounting for one’s actions; dependable. Players are responsible for their actions on the golf course. It is up to them to keep score, repair divots, rake bunkers, repair ball marks on the green, and keep up with the pace of play.
- Perseverance: to persist in an idea, purpose or task despite obstacles. To succeed in golf, players must continue through bad breaks and their own mistakes, while learning from past experiences.
- Courtesy: considerate behavior toward others; a polite remark or gesture. A round of golf should begin and end with a handshake between fellow competitors. Players also should be still and quiet while others are preparing and performing a shot.
- Judgment: the ability to make a decision or form an opinion; a decision reached after consideration. Using good judgment is very important in golf. It comes into play when deciding on strategy, club selection, when to play safe and when to take a chance, the type of shot players consider executing, as well as making healthy choices on and off the golf course.