30 minute private lesson | $50  (Coach Nat recommended)
50 minute private lesson | $90
2+ private group | $50 per person
5+ customized group | Contact Natalie for details & pricing
Private lessons provide the opportunity to focus on any and all parts of your game. Let’s assess your game and focus on where you can improve. Fundamentals, ball striking, short game, course management or playing lessons are available based on your needs. Range balls and rental clubs, if needed, are provided with every lesson.


Thursdays 4:00 – 5:00PM | $100 per person (4 sessions)
Recommend ages 6-13

This after school program is the perfect way to keep your Junior practicing and enjoying the game in a fun social group class. The clinic will focus on all facets of the game including putting fundamentals, chipping, proper swing technique, and on course knowledge.

2 free buckets of balls and 1 round of golf included for each junior registered. Must be used before completion of the 4 week academy.


The 2024 team has been selected – please contact Natalie about future leagues

A chance for local kids getting into the game to experience a competitive team environment while also playing various local golf courses in the area. PGA Junior League Golf is a fun, social and inclusive opportunity for boys and girls, ages 13 and under, to learn and enjoy the game of golf. Participants wear numbered jerseys and play on teams with friends.


3-Day Camps | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM | $250 per person

Included daily: Instruction, on-course play, lunch, drinks, snacks, prizes & MORE!. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.


The Elite Junior Training Program takes everything I have learned in my collegiate and professional career and I share this knowledge and experience with the next generation of elite competitive players.
This program focuses on the type of practice and training regimen that is necessary for young players to compete at the highest level. In this program we work on all facets of the game, including distance control with irons, short game drills, the mental side of the game, and how to “practice with a purpose”.  The juniors have homework weekly and they learn about integrity, honesty, competitiveness, accountability, adversity, and many other part of the game that are often overlooked.
The mission of EJT is for the juniors to gain the knowledge of how elite players practice in order to get better and compete, as well as give them the tools to be better individuals who are creating a positive impact on the community around them, and not just on a golf course.