Youth On Course - Affordable Golf for Juniors | Oregon Golf Association

Youth on Course Program:  Youth golfers ages 7-18 who reside in Oregon or Southwest Washington can play courses for just $5. There are two quick steps to earning a Youth on Course Membership Card to be eligible for $5 greens fees at 52 local courses in Oregon and Southwest Washington.  Youth on Course is an ANNUAL membership program and membership must be RENEWED each calendar year.

How to Become a YOC Member:  Firstly, become a member of Oregon Junior Golf (or renew your membership). If you have already renewed your membership, skip to step number 2. Secondly, complete the online curriculum reviewing golf course etiquette and YOC Program rules and guidelines. *Please note this online curriculum is required for all juniors. Renewing YOC Members will need to complete the online renewal survey.  If the cost of membership ($30) is a financial hardship, please call the OGA [503-981-4653 ext.227] and ask for Robyn to request a scholarship.   

Registration:  Open to juniors ages 7-18 who reside in Oregon and Southwest Washington. This is a space-available program and advance reservations are not allowed. Make sure to identify yourself as a YOC Member when checking availability at a course. Your Youth on Course Membership card is REQUIRED when playing

Play Across the U.S.:  Youth on Course members can also travel to any participating YOC course anywhere in the country and play $5 greens fees. Click here for a map of the 650-plus courses active across the nation.

New Participating Courses in 2018:  Watson Ranch Golf Course (Coos Bay, Ore.).  Availability of new courses is listed on the Local Course Directory (above).  Please note these courses may not appear on the National directories at this time.  

Charitable Donations:  Are you interested in supporting Oregon Junior Golf 501(c)(3), the Jacobsen Youth Initiative and Youth on Course? Click on the donate button below.


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