The CRC Youth Golf Association offers an opportunity for juniors to play golf and participate in golf events for a minimal fee during the golf season. For $6, participants may fill out a YGA entry form at any of the CRC golf courses. Juniors may be asked to show proper identification to verify their age. Participants are given a YGA card to carry. When presented at the golf courses, this card allows the reduced fees. Participants will be placed in the YGA database.
This service is provided to Junior Golfers for $7 for the purpose of tracking their improvements, for "flighting" in events and qualification for USGA events and is available at every course, except Dunham.
Open to all juniors, they may participate at any of the CRC golf courses that offer camps or clinics. For a nominal fee (typically $30), a child will receive golf instruction over the course of a week during the summer.
The Tony Yates Junior Golf Academy uses the game of golf to teach discipline, encourage personal growth and self esteem and also fosters personal success for the boys and girls attending. The program provides golf instruction along with life skill training to enable participants to become better, more productive citizens.
The main goal of The First Tee is to impact the lives of young people in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf. The nine character qualities are: Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy, and Judgment.
Reaching Out for Kids utilizes golf to teach children characer education and life-enhancing values to help them increase their potential for successful lifestyles. Reaching Out for Kids focuses on developing skills and has created a successful play abroad program in Jamaica and a college scholarship program for those working their way through the program into college.
The Junior League Play program provides an opportunity for junior golfers to interact with other junior players through a structured league play format. Participants must be a YGA member and between the ages of 10 – 16. Participants may call any CRC golf course for more information concerning pricing, times, start dates and entry at that facility or visit our website.
Junior players may find a registration form available at any CRC golf course and on the website. The YGA Championship is available only to those junior golfers that are YGA members. The YGA Championship is held at Avon Fields Golf Course.
Eligibility for each individual Junior Club Championship requires the junior golfer be a YGA member. Players may play in only one Championship, that being at their home CRC course where their YGA membership was initiated.
Open to all juniors ages 9-17. Players may enter at any CRC facility. The City Junior Open is one of the largest junior tournaments in the area. Over 200 young people of varying abilities from age 7 to 17 compete in this three day event held at various CRC Golf Courses.