Mount Pleasant Golf Club is totally committed to promoting golf at all levels. Nowhere is this more apparent than in our junior golf section in Lower Stondon, Bedfordshire. From exciting events to youth golf club membership, we provide everything possible to get children involved in the exciting and rewarding world of golf.
We aim to coach, encourage, and assist juniors in playing at a level they are comfortable with, while ensuring new players are introduced to the game with sound knowledge and understanding of its rules and etiquette. Most importantly of all, we work tirelessly to assure you that your children are in safe, capable hands. The club acknowledges and closely observes its duty of care in safeguarding the welfare of children. We operate a child protection policy accordingly.
Intermediates (19-29 years) pay the adult green fee unless they possess a valid student card. Gold Members do not pay a green fee as this is included with membership. Please see the table below for current rates.
Male juniors who have a handicap are eligible to play in all club competitions. Boys may play in the men’s competitions, and girls may play in both men’s and ladies competitions.
Juniors with a handicap greater than 28, or who do not yet have a handicap, should play from the red tees at all times (including competitions). Male juniors with a handicap of 28 or below should play from the yellow tees for general play, and from the white tees in competitions.
Our club operates an equity, equality, and equal opportunity policy regarding male and female juniors competing together in junior competitions. Various events are held throughout the season, organised around the school holidays. There is also a group for coaching juniors, held on a Saturday morning.
For more information, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01462 850999.
We take looking after our junior members very seriously, within this section, we would like to introduce you to our junior welfare officer, Mrs Chris Kermath, along with downloadable versions of our mission statement and consent forms, which we will be happy to help you with if you so require.
Our junior welfare officer, Mrs Chris Kermath
May I extend a welcome to you and your family on joining the Junior Section at Mount Pleasant Golf Club. As the Welfare Officer for the club I am responsible, along with the Management, for ensuring that your children are able to enjoy playing golf and representing the club in a safe environment. I have 40 years of teaching experience and hold a DBS Enhanced Certificate. If you or your child needs to contact me my details are in the Club Diary or are available from the office.
Kind regards, Mrs Chris Kermath