Team Golf Lab - Junior Program

Joining Team Golf Lab means joining a close-knit team, dedicated to the advancement of all our junior players. We combine the use of next-generation golf engineering technology, a world-class club building studio, with a proven performance building curriculum to propel our juniors to reach their full potential in golf and in life.
We offer a range of programs with customized performance plans tailored to our junior’s specific skill set and age. Our processes have been tested and proven on golf biggest stages including the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and World Long Drive Championship

Our Vision

“We are dedicated to being the premier leader in Junior Golf Development in Canada.”

Our Mission

Through collaboration of our Professional staff and experts in the fields of long term junior golf development, we aspire to help each individual student reach their full golf potential and achieve peak performance.


AGES: 7-13

2024 Summer Camps are available:

July 1-5
July 8-12
July 22-26
July 29-2
Aug 5-9
Aug 12-16

We offer week-long camps for kids aged 7 to 14! Students will be taught the basic athletic skills and fundamentals of golf by PGA certified professionals in a fun and exciting way.  Each day the students learn and play games in the morning, get lunch provided and get to go on course for a real golf experience!!

Key Points to Consider

• Kids should be taking part in a wide variety of sports and activities, avoiding early specialization
• Kids should be engaging in activities that help develop stamina, strength, speed, skill and suppleness
• Develop: Putting, Chipping, full swing and bunker play
• Introduce: Pitching, green reading and club selection
• Course Length: Males: 4500 – 5700, Females: 3000 – 5000
• Practice should be fun, games and little contests and mostly random activities
• Competition, depending on level of development ranging from Junior Skills Comps to CJGA and MJT
• Equipment: Age specific starter set
• Rules and Etiquette
• Kids show a basic understanding of the Rules of Golf such as:
- Order of play
- When penalty strokes happen and how to take relief
- Use of tee markers
- Flag removal and replacement
• Psychology:
- Introduced to performance state and develop ability to calm themselves
- Emphasize action and effort rather than results

Learning Outcomes

• Develop fundamental movement skills such as running, jumping and throwing
• Develop motor and golf specific movement skills
• Develop putting, chipping, full swing and bunker play
• Introduce pitching, green reading and club selection