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Everything we do is to enhance your experience on the golf course.
 
 
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INFORMATION


WHAT IS THE BUNKER JUNIOR CLUB? . . .

Junior Club is a program that is designed to create a fundamental foundation for your children’s golf game. Junior Club is a two-part program that focuses first on instilling the traditions, terminology, and ethics of the game as well as establishing a technically sound basis for the junior’s physical swing. We provide an environment that cultivates golfing abilities and supplements golf with fun and games in a group environment to help your child have fun and grow in a social setting. After completing all 8 stages of The Bunker Junior Club your child will be ready to golf recreationally or competitively.

WHERE IS THIS LOCATED? . . .

The Bunker Golf Center is located in Ventura, California at 1891 Goodyear Ave. We are a member based indoor golf facility that is equipped with the technology, personnel, product and curriculum that the public needs to become mentally and physically better golfers. Our purpose is to bring an understanding of the game and a place to practice golf purposefully. We take the certifications process of the Titleist Performance Institute and directly affect our members golf swing and fitness level by way of our golf performance programs. Everything we do is to enhance your experience on the golf course.

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? . . .

The Bunker Junior Club is applicable for children ages 6 to 11. The Bunker Golf Center provides all equipment for the Junior as well as a lounge with TV and Coffee for parents who choose to stay during the classes. As long as the Junior is paid in full for the Session, there are no other associated costs or fees.

HOW ARE CLASSES ORGANIZED? . . .

The Bunker Junior Club is a progrssive, curriculum based golf program. It is organized into 8 stages that are 8 weeks long each. Classes are held on every Saturday on the hour starting at 8:00 am until 2:00pm and cap out at 4 students. At the end of each stage we take a 2 week break until the next stage begins.

 

CURRICULUM


LEVEL 1: 8 Weeks (Snag Golf Clubs) 

Intellectual Goal: 

Week 1: How to Be Safe When Golfing, What is a Golf
Week 2: What’s the Goal of Golf (Get the Ball in Hole) 
Week 3: Golf Score (Par, Birdy, etc. 9, 18 Holes etc.) 
Week 4: What is a Putt and what is the Goal in Putting
Week 5: What is a Chip and what is its Goal
Week 6: What is a Putting Green and why it exists, 
Week 7: Review: How to Be Safe, Goal of Golf, Golf
Week 8: Test Day

Physical Goal: 

Week 1: How to Hold a Golf Club (Grip) 
Week 2: How to Hold a Golf Club (Grip) 
Week 3: How to Address a Golf Ball (Alignment) 
Week 4: How to Address a Golf Ball (Alignment) 
Week 5: How to Address a Golf Ball (Posture) 
Week 6: How to Address a Golf Ball (Posture) 
Week 7: Review: Grip, Alignment, Posture
Week 8: Test Day

LEVEL 2: 8 Weeks

Intellectual Goal: 

Week 1: Review: Golf Club, Ball, Scores
Week 2: Review: Putt, Chip, Putting Green, Fringe, 
Week 3: What is a Grip, What is it Made of, Why is it on
Week 4: What is a Shaft, What does a Shaft Do
Week 5: What is a Club Head, Why is it on a Club
Week 6: What makes up a Club Head and Why.
Week 7: Review: Grip, Shaft, Club Head, Grooves, Heel, 
Week 8: Test Day 

Physical Goal: 

Week 1: Review: Grip, Alignment, Posture
Week 2: How to Address a Golf Ball (Ball Position) 
Week 3: How to Address a Golf Ball (Ball Position) 
Week 4: Making a Full Backswing
Week 5: Making a Full Backswing
Week 6: Making a Full Follow Thru and Staying Balanced
Week 7: Making a Full Follow Thru and Staying Balanced
Week 8: Test Day


Level 3: 8 Weeks

Intellectual Goal: 

Week 1: Review: What Parts are on a Golf Club
Week 2: What is the Sole, What is the Hozzel, What is a Farrell
Week 3: What is a Putter, What’s the Goal of Using a Putter, 
Week 4: What is a Wedge, What is it Used For
Week 5: What is a Bump and Run
Week 6: What is a Chip Shot, What is a Pitch Shot
Week 7: Review: Sole, Hozzel, Farrell, Putter, Wedge, Bump
Week 8: Test Day

Physical Goal: 

Week 1: Review: Ball Position, Full Backswing, Follow Thru
Week 2: Identifying Contact on the Clubface (Sweetspot) 
Week 3: Identifying Contact on the Clubface (Sweetspot) 
Week 4: Putting Setup / Grip
Week 5: Putting Setup / Grip
Week 6: Alignment / Ball Position
Week 7: Alignment / Ball Position
Week 8: Test Day 


Level 4: 8 Weeks

Intellectual Goal: 

Week 1: Review: Sole, Hozzel, Farrell, Putter, Wedge
Week 2: Review: Bump and Run, Chip, Pitch
Week 3: What is a Flop Shot
Week 4: What is an Iron, How is it Different From a Wedge
Week 5: What is a Hybrid, How is it different from an Iron
Week 6: What is a Wood, How is it different from a Hybrid
Week 7: Review: Flop Shot, Iron, Hybrid, Wood, Driver
Week 8: Test Day

Physical Goal: 

Week 1: Review: Grip, Alignment, Ball Position
Week 2: Putting: Steady Head / No Eyes
Week 3: Putting: Steady Head / No Eyes
Week 4: Putting: Rocking Shoulders / Quite Body
Week 5: Putting: Rocking Shoulders / Quite Body
Week 6: Putting: Tempo / Tic Toc Clock
Week 7: Putting: Tempo / Tic Toc Clock
Week 8: Test Day