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Become a Course Partner

Ensure all youth in your community have affordable access to golf

How to Become a Course Partner

  • Complete the Course Interest Form
    • 1.) Set Rate and Availability: We establish a rate for Youth on Course members ($5 or less) and determine when those rates will be available.
    • 2.) Establish Subsidy: We establish an agreed-upon subsidy that will be paid to your facility for each round played by Youth on Course members.
    • 3.) Launch and Grow! Youth on Course promotes your course to our community of families and provides you with marketing resources.
  • Youth on Course will reach out to the course contact to provide additional details about the partnership and finalize a contract.
  • Youth on Course will provide courses with marketing materials, add your course to the directory, promote your course to members and offer support every step of the way.

Need more information or have a question? Meet with a member of our team for more details. Contact us for dates and times.

Enjoy the Benefits

According to our course partners, there are many reasons to support Youth on Course.

  • Assures golf is affordable and accessible for everyone
  • Cultivates unwavering loyalty among a new generation of players, nurturing the future of golf
  • Fosters the development of vital social skills in youth through the sport
  • Advocates for a vibrant and healthy lifestyle among the younger demographic
  • Establishes consistent return visitors and a loyal customer base of young players
  • Champions diversity and inclusivity, paving the way for a more representative golfing community.  

What Course Partners say:

Keith Barry Riverside
Marten Olsson PGA
Mike Woods Haggin Oaks
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“Riverside Golf Course has a long history of junior golf in the central valley. Youth on Course has not only created new opportunities for these young golfers; it has also created a fresh new environment at Riverside where the customers and staff have a newfound passion for junior golf in the community.”
Keith Berry, General Manager, Riverside Golf Course, Fresno, California
“Youth on Course is a great way to encourage play for children and promote a sport they can play for the rest of their lives. We’re seeing more juniors and parents playing together now than ever before. It’s awesome to see a parent and child (also grandparents and grandchildren!) spending time together on the course and sharing the love for our great sport.”
Marten Olsson, PGA Director of Golf, Georgia Southern University Golf Course, Statesboro, Georgia
“The juniors in the Sacramento Area (and their parents) love Youth on Course. The program absolutely drives more youth onto the golf course, and it’s creating more lifelong golfers in our area.”
Mike Woods, PGA Director of Golf - Haggin Oaks Golf Complex - Sacramento, California

Course Partner FAQs

  • How will I know if kids are Youth on Course members when they check in?

    Youth on Course members should show their digital membership cards (accessible within the Youth on Course app) when they check in. If a member doesn't have access to their digital membership card, you will still be able to verify their membership by looking them up by name within your course portal.

  • How will my course keep track of how many members play so we can get the right reimbursement?

    We have an easy-to-use online check-in system. You can set your custom login credentials and begin checking in Youth on Course members in just a few clicks.

  • When do facilities receive their subsidy checks?

    We’ll cut a check to your facility once a month (typically around the first week of the new month).

  • What if I need to change the availability of Youth on Course member rates?

    No problem. You determine the days and times that kids can play the course and can change your availability as needed. Additionally, we also ask that kids call ahead to courses to book their tee times and to double-check availability.