- Driven by Honda -
Future Links makes golf more accessible and affordable for juniors in a competitive environment. More than one million children have taken part in future links' programs since 1996.
Lessons held in group settings where possible so that Juniors have fun while learning.
The Future Links Junior Series consists of six junior championships, giving more than 500 children across Canada an opportunity to play competitive golf. The Junior Order of Merit recognizes and ranks Canada’s best junior golfers.
An online Future Links newsletter keeps junior golfers and their parents informed about nationwide programs. Five future links players camps are held each year to train Canada’s top junior golfers.
Future Links Driven by Honda
Newest Golf Program
Our Junior Golf Mission Statement
Creating great experiences, to ensure kids play golf forever!
Congratulations Darien M. - No.1 in Ontario
Future Links Skills Events
Age group 12 - 14 : 2016 and 2018
Age group 15 - 17 : 2019
PGA Junior League Golf (PA JLG) launched in the United States 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 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.
For additional information about Future Links, visit www.future-links.org
- 'Let's Go Golfing' -
The Future Links Girls’ Club program is based on the premise that we can encourage more young girls to experience all of the positives the game of golf has to offer through the delivery of fun golf activities and learning environments in a “girls only” setting. Not all girls are motivated by competition. Some don't like it, while others might enjoy it if they felt more prepared. The Girls’ Club program focuses on introducing girls to social competition and teaching them how to compete while developing meaningful friendships at the same time. Many will be happy to remain playing at this level while others will progress to compete on a tougher scale. The Girls’ Club program offers the girls this choice. Activities are provided for various levels with players being encouraged to improve and progress. Clubs meet regularly (usually once a month) and events range from clinics to play days and fun days. Tournaments are mostly fun team events including Scrambles and Best Ball competitions, which takes the pressure off head-to-head competition and place more emphasis on fun and enjoyment.
The Future Links Girls’ Club program will be utilizing the new Future Links Learn to Play program as its primary instructional component. The Learn to Play program was designed in partnership with the PGA of Canada and the curriculum aligns with the Long-Term Athlete Development model for golf in Canada. The Learn to Play program focuses on 7 core modules that relate to the development of the “whole” golfer. In other words, the Learn to Play program touches on a lot more than just technical golf skills.