Camps & Clinics


Junior camps are a fantastic way to help your child develop their golfing skills in a social setting. Not only will they practice proper technique with a PGA of Canada professional, they will also learn the social values, rules and etiquette associated with golf.

CN Future Links, Canada’s junior golf initiative, offers a suite of different programs to provide parents and their children with different options to pursue golf. Since 1996, Golf Canada and the PGA of Canada have delivered this program to thousands of juniors across this great country of ours. The different suites include:

CN Future Links – Learn To Play

CN Future Links Learn to Play is an exciting, four-level program for youth aged 6-18 that tracks the progress of each child through a report card system (available both offline and online). Much like swimming lessons, juniors are rewarded with a bag tag to signify their current level and to provide an encouraging sense of accomplishment.

In addition, parents are provided with detailed report cards as an update to keep them in the loop with what is happening at camp. For more details on the Learn to Play program, click here

CN Future Links – Mobile Golf Clinics

Don’t have access to a golf facility – no problem! A fully-equipped CN Future Links van, staffed with a PGA of Canada Professional, can travel to various destinations in your area. The best-in-class equipment allows these clinics to be conducted all over, including parks and recreational centres.

Contact your provincial association to have a Mobile Clinic in your area.

Future Champions Clinics

Offered at the Golf Association of Ontario’s Provincial Championships Future Champions Clinics offer kids ages 5-16 a chance to learn the basics of putting, chipping and full swing.
Future Champion Clinics provide kids with instruction from a PGA of Canada member, welcome gift, and an opportunity to watch some of the top Ontario Amateurs in action. Clinics are FREE of charge and are open to kids of all skill levels, equipment and materials are provided for all participants.

To register for a Future Champions Clinic click here.

Provincial Contact

Golf Association of Ontario

Mallory Dayman


Junior Interclub League


Each interclub league division has a convener who organizes the playing times, scores, transportation and much more for the participants.

Learn more

Find a Professional


Looking for a certified PGA of Canada professional in your area? Use the look-up tool to find a professional in your area that best suits your needs

Junior Skills Challenge Leaderboard


Are you up for a challenge? Why not test your game in the CN Future Links Skills Challenge? Test your putting, driving, chipping and iron play against kids across the country. You can track your status on the online leaderboard and even qualify for the 2015 National Event during the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club!

Take a Kid to the Course Week

Take a kid to the Course Week - NGCOA

Entering the 14th season, the Take A Kid to the Course program has allowed over 335,000 juniors an opportunity to golf for free across the country!

This year’s week will take place from July 4-10, 2016.

**All juniors must be accompanied by a paying adult.

To find participating sites, visit the website