Our vision at British Columbia Golf is to introduce and grow the sport of golf by providing everyone in the province the opportunity to participate in a sport that promotes their physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Golf is one of the only sports that has values such as honesty and integrity built right into the game. It is important children are taught these lessons so they can discover how to use them in a variety of situations they face at home, school, during sports and play, and in everyday social interaction.
Ask your local pro about junior membership opportunities.
British Columbia Golf offers a Golf in Schools Program, helping to introduce the game of golf in a fun, safe, and educational setting. Through the “Playground to Fairway” school golf program, BC Golf looks to bring golf to every school in British Columbia.
First Tee Program
If you are located in British Columbia and are interested in participating, volunteering, or bringing a First Tee – Canada program to your area, please contact Shayain Gustavsp, Manager, First Tee – British Columbia here.
On a national level the First Tee program run by Golf Canada is also helping to bring the game of golf to Canadian schools.
For more information, please contact:
Tyler McKay, Manager of Golf Participation at British Columbia Golf
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Take A Kid To The Course
Take A Kid To The Course, powered by the National Golf Course Owners Association Canada, allows for a FREE round of golf for youth under 16 when accompanied by a paying adult
How can I participate?
HUNDREDS of courses will offer FREE golf to youth under sixteen who are accompanied by a paying adult during the Take A Kid To The Course program taking place each year in July.
In addition to free golf, many courses will offer additional programs such as junior clinics, free range balls, free junior club rentals and parent/child tournaments.
Click HERE to learn about 'Take A Kid To The Course'