Instruction Rates & Programs
If you want to learn the game, improve your level of play and the quality of your golf experience, lessons will benefit you and your game. Good instruction can shorten your learning curve by years.
Squamish Valley Golf Club employs PGA of Canada Professionals to assist you at entry level or in advance learning techniques.
The basic philosophy is that anyone can learn; and that there is no standard swing; that personalities differ and each golfer takes on a style of their own. The Instructor’s job is to find which swing fits your physical and mental makeup. With that in mind, SVGC’s Instructors can service the full range from Beginners right up to advanced golfers.
45min instruction – $75
3 x 45min Lessons – $210
5 x 45min Lessons – $340
9 Hole playing Lesson – $150
JUNIOR INSTRUCTION (ages 5-17)
45min instruction – $55
3 x 45min Lessons – $150
9 Hole playing Lesson – $130
SEMI -PRIVATE OR GROUP LESSONS
Semi-Private (2-3 people) $45 per person, per hour
Group and Corporate Lessons (min 4 people, max 6) $35 per person, per hour
Junior – Semi Private (2-3 Juniors) $30 per Junior, per hour
Junior – Group Lessons (min. 4 Juniors, max. 6) $25 per junior, per hour
Coaching Programs are designed to help the student and coach best design a plan and set it into action over a 3 or 6 month program. These programs will cover all elements of the game including on course coaching, fitness, swing, shortgame, and mental parts of the game.
Included in all Coaching Programs
TPI Fitness Assessment every 3 months
1 Hour full bag fitting assessment –
3 Month Commitment: 3 x 1 hour coaching sessions per month + 9 Hole Playing – $650
6 Month Commitment: 4 x 1 hour coaching sessions per month + 18 Hole Playing – $1700
COURTNEY CAMPBELL-LEVECK – PGA OF CANADA, HEAD PROFESSIONAL
Courtney joined Squamish Valley Golf Club’s professional staff in 2017 and became the first female Head Professional at the club.
She is a graduate of Georgian College, in the Professional Golf Management & Business Program and also a graduate from Loyalist College in the Justice Studies Program. She played competitive junior golf in her hometown of Keene, ON and played throughout Ontario and with AJGA & her high school team. She decided to turn professional at age 19 and had the opportunity to work in Palm Springs, California at the prestigious club: The Reserve Club and in Muskoka’s at Clublinks resort course: Grandview/The Mark O’Meara Course where they held the 2002 Telus Skins game.
In 2009 Courtney moved to British Columbia to take the position of Associate Professional at Capilano Golf and Country Club where she worked for the past 9 years. She worked hard to finish and attain her PGA of Canada, Class “A” professional status in 2010. Courtney’s passion to help others play golf better comes from her own experiences with golf instruction as a junior and college player. She has attended numerous national and local PGA Teaching seminars in her continuous ambition to be the best and learned first hand from many well-known instructors.
Courtney has coached many skill set of players from Junior, to College, and the everyday golfer. Her patient demeanour coupled with her attention to detail and desire to help every student improve ensures a high level of instruction. Courtney prides herself on the fact that she is always learning and continuously striving to become a better professional.
SCOTT WENGI – PGA OF CANADA, GENERAL MANAGER
Scott moved to Squamish from Australia in 2007 and this year will be his eight season working at Squamish Valley Golf Club. Scott is a PGA of Canada member and an Australian certified Massage Therapist.
Scott enjoys teaching at all levels but currently focuses the majority of his instruction on beginners and intermediate level golfers. Scott offers private instruction however, throughout the season he also runs junior clinics (ages 5 and up) as well as ladies specific group lessons focussing on elements such as chipping, putting and gaining more distance. Scott has a real passion for the game of golf and his relaxed and easy going approach to instruction tends to help his students to also become great fans of the game.
Scott was promoted to Club Head Pro in 2017 and then promoted to General Manager in 2018.
CARI CHOW – PGA OF CANADA, ASSISTANT PROFESSIONAL
From a young age, Cari has always been involved in many sports. Moving to Squamish from Victoria, BC, Cari has been playing competitive golf since the age of 11.
She competed in provincial and national competitions in Canada as well as events throughout the United States. This would inevitably prepare her for her varsity career with the University of Victoria Vikes. She played on a scholarship with the Vikes for 4 years in the NAIA women’s division, and in the summer of 2016 graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She has 4 years of education training and hopes to finish her education degree in the future. During the end of Cari’s last semester of university, she achieved her goal of becoming a PGA golf professional. In turn, she joined Ardmore Golf Course as an Academy Instructor. Less than a year later, Cari became the Assistant Professional at Ardmore Golf Course and had the opportunity to run both women and junior events, group lessons, fundraisers and took upon the role of events coordinator to run company events.
Cari enjoys working hard, and she looks forward to continuing the growth of Squamish Valley Golf Club and helping as many people as she can.