Junior Golf

Our Mission Statement
 To provide junior golfers with structured training and learning opportunities in a fun atmosphere that will give them the opportunity to develop golf skills over a period of time.

“Starting New at Golf”

The “SNAG” golf lessons are for children 5 to 12 years old who are
new to golf and don’t have their own clubs, we provide all the “SNAG” equipment. 

The lessons will be held on Monday & Tuesday mornings from 8:00 to 9:30

July 10 & 11
July 17 & 18
July 24 & 25
August 31 & July 1
August 7 & 8
August 14 & 15

$50 per week


Our Camps are for children 6 to 14 years old who have some golf experience.
We expect these juniors to have their own clubs that are the proper fit for their specifications.
Progress (especially clubhead speed) can be severely hindered if clubs are too long or too heavy for them.

We have two certified US Kids Instructors on staff and we use the US Kids experience as it provides structured learning so success can be measured and achieved.

These six hour Camps are held on Monday & Tuesdays from 8:00 to 11:00
Six hours of instruction on and off the course
$90 per camp

Levels 1, 2, 3
Camp participants will be grouped together based on skill level.
July 10 & 11
July 17 & 18
July 24 & 25
August 31 & July 1
August 7 & 8
August 14 & 15


John Frizzell
Wanumetonomy Head Golf Professional
Member PGA of America
4 time Golf Digest best Instructor in RI
US Kids Certified Instructor

Matt LeVasseur
Wanumetonomy Assistant Golf Professional
5 Time Wanumetonomy Club Champion
1992 Rhode Island High School State Champion while attending Middletown High School
US Kids Certified Instructor

Thomas Mally
Wanumetonomy Assistant Golf Professional
Four-year starter for Emory University.

Lisa O’Brien
Celebrating her13th year of coaching the Middletown High School Golf Team

Three Skill Levels
We have three levels of skill proficiency, each level has a unique set of challenges.
To move up a level the student must pass all three of the following tests.
1) “Skills Test” - may include Putting, Chipping, Pitching, Sand, & Full Swing skills.
2) “Knowledge Test” - includes Etiquette, Rules, Equipment and Sportsmanship.
3) “Scoring Test” - For purposes of the Scoring Test, you must play a course that has a minimum length of 1,500+ yards for nine holes, with at least one of the holes being 250 yards long.
The following scores are required to pass the “Scoring Test”.
Level 1 - 72                     Level 2 - 63                    Level 3 - 54

Tee Recommendations for Wanumetonomy
Driver Carry Distance of 100 yards or less - Blue Forward Family Tees (approx. 3000 yards)
Driver Carry Distance of 101 to 140 yards - Gold Forward Family Tees (approx. 4,100 yards)
Driver Carry Distance 180+ yards - Red Tees (approx. 5,200 yards)