Operation 36 started in August 2017 and has been a huge success! Our next semester starts in January, and we have several opportunities for juniors this Holiday Season as well. The program is designed to progress golfers of all ages and abilities towards shooting par (score of 36) or better for 9 holes! We train in groups and work together to improve our games while having a lot of fun in the process.
Juniors are taught under our revolutionary Impact-Based ® teaching philosophy, which centers on creating one thing: Dynamic Impact. This proven philosophy aids our students in efficiently developing their skill sets while training in a culture of positive growth and learning that is second to none!
Meet our junior coaches here: Ellen Ceresko and Tom O’Brien
With Impact-Based® Teaching
The Impact Zone® Junior Golf Academy uses the Operation 36® framework to structure our program. It consists of Coaching, Playing, and Training programs and is designed to teach golfers to play the game from a hole out perspective. Each golfer will be issued a profile in the Operation 36® Mobile App to track progress through a 6 level curriculum that is designed to set appropriate objectives and challenge each student towards shooting par or better (score of 36) for 9 holes.
Click below to learn more and fill out our form to attend our next info session at Impact Zone Golf Indoor Performance Center:
1040 Collier Center Way Unit 15, Naples FL 34110
Impact Zone Golf is proud to again be the Tournament host for the U.S. Kids Naples Spring Tour, under the direction of Coach Ellen Ceresko, Director of Junior and Ladies Programming at Impact Zone Golf and US Kids Certified Coach. U.S. Kids Golf Local Tours are created to provide boys and girls, ages 5 to 14, the opportunity to advance their skills in the game in age-appropriate competition without having to take the time and incur the costs of having to travel long distances. A Local Tour consists of individual one-day tournaments including a season-ending one-day Local Tour Championship. Players earn awards and points for each tournament. Similar to the PGA Tour, players at U.S. Kids Golf events are encouraged to have caddies to help them play their best. Allowing caddies is a special component of our tournaments and is part of our commitment to encouraging family interaction that builds lasting memories. Players age 8 and under must have a caddie at all times.
For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.uskidsgolf.com/tournaments/local/find-local-tour/285135/naples
The Future 36ers Program is designed to give juniors ages 3-6 a fun environment to learn to play the game of golf!
This program’s purpose is to prepare juniors for the Operation 36® Program where we will begin to start measuring progress on the golf course.
We structure the Future 36ers program into 8 week semesters. Once enrolled, your junior holds that spot for the entire semester.
PGA Team Golf serves as a fun, social, less stressful approach to tournament play and is a great way to get kids involved with the game of golf in a competitive team environment. The basic premise is to create a positive team atmosphere for young golfers, comparable to other youth sports leagues, such as soccer and baseball. Similar to these sports, teams have weekly practices where golf instruction is offered by local PGA and LPGA Professionals serving as team coaches at public and private golf facilities throughout South Florida. Leagues are separated by county and weekly tournaments are held during the spring/summer and fall months for area teams in each league.
Location: Practices held at IZG Academy at Tiburon Golf Club. First practice is Sunday April 15th from 1pm-2:30pm.
Price: SFPGA Registration $50 + $25/ per event
IZG Practices: $25 (Team members are encouraged to attend a minimum of 3 practices)
For more information please visit: http://sfpgajuniorgolf.com/south-florida-pga-team-golf/
Impact-Based® Teaching will give your junior golfer all the tools needed to progress, no matter what age or skill level!
Our skilled instructors work to address the unique needs of their junior players- from basics all the way to more advanced concepts and technique.
We are excited this summer to offer PGA Junior Camps which will incorporate our Impact-Based instruction and Operation 36® curriculum, along with the most advanced technologies for our advanced players.
Thursdays 4pm-6pm, May 17th- June 28th
Impact Zone Golf is excited to offer training sessions for juniors signed up to participate in Drive, Chip, & Putt local qualifying. Local qualifiers will be held on June 19th at Stoneybrook Golf Course and July 15th at The Vineyards. PGA Tour winner and IZG founder Bobby Clampett has personally trained all coaches leading the training. Training will specifically target each area of the competition and is designed to prepare juniors for optimum performance through weekly simulated competitions utilizing Trackman technology. Juniors are encouraged to attend multiple sessions to reach their potential! Training will run weekly starting May 17, 2018. Note that signups for the actual qualifier should be done through the Drive, Chip and Putt website.
Location: IZG Academy at Tiburon Golf Club
Price: $35 per session; Purchase 4 or more – $30 per session.
PGA Jr. League brings family and friends together around fun, team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals.
Boys and girls of all backgrounds and skill levels learn and play together in a supportive, two-person scramble format that encourages mentorship, builds confidence and promotes sportsmanship.
With 42,000 participants in 2017 – and Ambassadors including Rory McIlroy, Michelle Wie, Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson – PGA Jr. League has wide-ranging appeal for both youth and their parents.
Impact Zone Golf Junior Academy is pleased to offer, for the first time in the summer of 2018, it’s own in-house PGA Jr. League at the Tiburon Golf Club. The league is open to all juniors, 13 and under, in the area. Our league will run June-July, with an All-Star team advancing post season play in subregionals and then have the opportunity to advance to regionals and then to the PGA Jr. Championship!
At its core, PGA Jr. League is a group of local golf teams who play a series of games against each other, utilizing a nurturing and social scramble format. The program is available to boys and girls of all skill levels. PGA and LPGA Professionals exclusively serve as Captains and are responsible for creating a welcoming environment for all that encourages skill and character development.
While the format and key pillars of PGA Jr. League apply to all teams and leagues across the country, the program is organized at the local level by individual PGA and LPGA Professionals in your community. As such, the way in which each league or team operates – whether it be the number of teams in a league, the scheduling of games or the number of practices – may vary slightly from team to team.
Understood By All Levels
I want to thank you for the great instruction provided at the Impact Zone Golf School by yourself and your instructors. The 2 days were extremely well organized, professional, and very informative. The "Impact Zone" process says it all about making proper contact with the ball, and can be understood by all levels of golfing skill. It seems to me, that all the other methods of teaching, just add to the confusion of the "perfect" golf swing. Thank you again!