Future Links Program
Learn to Play:
Learn to Play is a 4 stage development program for junior golfers, with each stage identified by a colour, that allows you to learn, play and have fun with the game of golf as you make your way through each stage. Online components include a digital progress report and the ability to communicate with your golf instructor. Click here to learn more about Learn to Play.
Junior Skills Challenge:
The Junior Skills Challenge is a re-designed CN Future Links program that allows you to track your personal progress through a variety of "skills challenges" throughout the season. The program also allows you to see how you stack up against your fellow golfers of similar ages in four different skills challenges. Online, you will be able to track your progression with a personal scorecard, communicate with your golf instructor and more! Click here to learn more about the Junior Skills Challenge.
The Girls' Club is a golf program designed for girls 7-18 years of age wishing to participate with girls who share the same interests. As a Girls' Club member, you will develop the necessary skills and the proper attitude to enjoy golf for life. Girls Rule! Click here to learn more about Girls' Club.
Junior Golf League
The Junior Golf League is an organized league for young golfers. The league includes online features that allow you to track your statistics and communicate with your peers as well as your golf instructor. Click here to learn more about the Junior Golf League.
PGA Junior League Delivered by CN Future Links
PGA Junior League Golf (PA JLG) launched in The U.S in 2011. This past year PGA JLG has expanded to include nearly 9,000 junior golfers playing in over 740 teams across North America. Based on the success of these Canadian teams, we are excited to now offer PGA Junior League Golf Delivered by CN Future Links to programs across Canada. PGA JLG is designed to better socialize the game for boys and girls, ages 13 and under featuring team vs. team competitions in structured leagues that provide a popular, less stressful scramble format as opposed to stroke-play competition. This is a great way to get kids involved in the game! Click here to learn more about PGA Junior League