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photo courtesy of Gary Baker
Manchester Country Club has a long tradtition of fostering Youth Golf in Southern Vermont. We are an active participant in the internationally known First Tee Program, a youth development organization which impacts the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. Supported by golf's major organizations, including the LPGA, Masters Tournament, PGA of America, PGA TOUR and USGA, The First Tee has reached more than 4.7 million young people since its inception in 1997 and reaches youth on golf courses, in schools and on military instillations.
The course is also the home of the Burr and Burton Bulldogs boys and girls varsity golf teams. We also offer all local students 21 and under a golf membership for a nominal fee of $125 annually. This also affords them the privilege of using our tennis courts.
The Burr & Burton Girls Golf Team assembles prior to practice at the Manchester Country Club, flanked by coaches Leo Reynolds, PGA and Pam Kraft, LPGA. There are 14 enthusiastic members of the Lady Bulldog squad comprised of freshman and 5 sophomores returning from last years team. The team is scheduled to begin inter-scholastic matches in late April. Practice sessions and clinics with their coaches take place daily after school.
The Burr and Burton Boys Golf Team assembles for one of their daily practices with coaches Paul Kelly and Jeff Houghton (pictured).
MANCHESTER COUNTRY CLUB
2013 JUNIOR SUMMER CLINICS
Ages 7 through 18
Manchester Country Club is offering clinics to the junior golfers with the tools to enjoy this great game for a lifetime.
Clinic Schedule-1:00 pm-2pm
available for six weeks every Monday afternoon regardless of your level
participants will develop their fundamentals for both long/short game, and learn proper golf etiquette
after each clinic, the junior golfers have the opportunity to play a 9 hole tournament
- On Course