10229 Ellsworth Road  Tomah, WI 54660
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Hiawatha Junior Golf Academy & League


 Hiawatha will be offering a new program for juniors in 2016! 


The PGA Sports Academy program is a collaborative framework based on research and best practices from PGA Professionals, PGA Education, Allied associations and the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) standards for juniors, adopted by the PGA World Alliance. The PGA Sports Academy’s focus is to develop core golfers and provide them with pathways to continue to play golf socially or competitively based on each individual’s desire. 

 Fun – First And Foremost

We must make sure new golfers are engaged and have a fun, interactive experience. To educate and get juniors involved in golf is the goal, but keeping it fun is the primary focus. It’s crucial that instructors enjoy the experience—juniors will sense your love of the sport and hopefully become golfers for a lifetime.

Hiawatha's Junior Sports Academy Curriculum Overview:

The  Sports Academy will help youth learn to play golf and have fun in the process. The PGA Sports Academy has three levels: Player, Sport and Champion.

 Player Level Objectives

  • Develop an understanding of the sport of golf
  • Learn fundamental movement and motor skills and link them together into the golf swing
  • Use ball-striking games such as baseball and hockey to develop hand-eye coordination
  • Establish essential safety and etiquette

 Sport Level Objectives

  • Develop fundamental golf movement skills and teach overall sports skills
  • Learn scoring, the rules of golf and the process of playing a round of golf
  • Establish target and alignment fundamentals and begin developing proper short-game skills

 Champion Level Objectives

  • Establish a knowledge base in the mental side of the sport
  • Develop full swing, short game and putting skills to a higher level
  • Incorporate strength, stability and flexibility to improve performance and health
  • Enhance performance by learning course management skills, STAT tracking, keeping a golf journal and advancing to national competitions

 Each level includes five focus areas that will help juniors learn, develop and practice the skills to become better golfers and enjoy the sport of golf: 

  • Fitness and Nutrition
  • Golf Skills
  • Sportsmanship, Etiquette and Rules
  • Golf and “Near Golf” Experiences
  • Golf and Skills Challenges

 Each level will develop the necessary physical and golf skills to practice, improve and enjoy the sport. Juniors will be tested before they begin each level to determine their level of experience. At the end of each level, each participant will be tested again and will receive a score based on his or her skill level. The Hiawatha Junior Sports Academy will give each participant a practice program to improve their skills and set goals to help them become better golfers

Junior Calendar of Events


Tomah HS Youth Camp

June 12 & 14            Ages 5-14 

Boys   8-11am          Girls   12-3pm        

This is an Annual camp instructed by Tomah HS Golf Coaches and Team Members

Cost: $40.00

Hiawatha Junior Academy Schedule

June 20, 21, 22    Player Level     Cost:  $50

Ages: 7-12    Times:  9-11am

This camp is catered to kids that have never been on the course or are just starting at a very beginner level.

June 27, 28, 29    Sport & Champion Level

Cost: $50

Ages: 10-17   Times: 9-11am

This is the next step for those that have completed the Player level.

July Summer League

July 11, 18, 25 & August 1

Ages 9-17    Pre-Play  Instruction  1-2pm

Cost: $50


Ages   9-13  Team Scramble

Ages 14-17  Individual Stroke Play


Junior Summer Membership Special           $135.00