Junior Golf Camps
As part of our effort to help you improve and grow your game, Oki Golf is excited to offer our 2011 Junior Golf Camps. The Junior Golf Camp is a three-day program, available at a variety of Oki Golf courses throughout the season to help junior golfers learn and improve their golf game in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
Learn more about the Junior Golf Camps and view available camp dates and locations.
Junior Club Players Card FAQ
Have questions about the Junior Club Players Card? See if the below helps. If you have additional questions, please feel free to call one of our Oki Golf Shops or the Oki Home Office at 425.454.2800.
Why is Oki Golf coming out with a Junior Club Players Card?
A: The Junior Club Players Card program is designed to provide access to the best maintained and challenging courses in the Pacific NW so you can become the best golfer you can be.
What is the Oki Golf Code of Conduct?
A: As a member of the Junior Club we expect you to act in a manner respectful of the Golf Club, our staff and guests, and the game of golf. Details can be found within the application.
Why does my parent have to sign the application?
A: Your guardian must understand and agree to all the items within the application. It’s important that they understand what is expected of you.
Why do I have to take a test?
A: Understanding and demonstrating proper golf etiquette is paramount to becoming the best golfer you can be. Our goal is to see you grow your game both mentally and physically; displaying proper etiquette is part of this goal.
What’s on the test?
A: The test is 20 questions that highlight proper golf etiquette, safety procedures, and rules. It’s our belief that each Junior should have a good understanding of general golf etiquette and rules.
Where do I take the test and what’s required to ‘pass’?
A: The test will be administered at any of the Oki Golf Public courses in the Golf Shop. Once completed the Golf Professional will review the answers with you and provide appropriate answers and guidance for wrongly answered questions. A passing grade is at the discretion of the Golf Professional.
What is the definition of standby?
A: A standby player is one who is ready or available for immediate action or use. When the Golf Professional has an available tee time slot not occupied by a higher paying guest rate then he/ she may provide the standby player with that slot. A guest paying a rate higher than the standby rate will always have tee time slot priority.
How do I get on the standby list?
A: Upon course arrival, you will check in at the Golf Shop and let them know you are a Junior Club Players Card member and wish to be placed on the standby list. You must remain on the property and be available to play. If you leave the property, your standby place will be removed.
Can I play standby with my friends?
A: All standby play and pairings is at the discretion of the Golf Professional. Note, if your friends do not have a Junior Club or Junior Players card they must pay prevailing rates. If they have a Junior Players Card they will pay that rate.
What if I want to play at standby rates with friends or relatives that have booked a tee time?
A: Providing no higher paying guests are waiting, if there is space available in that tee time and you are next on the standby list, the Golf Professional will make the attempt to accommodate your request.
Can I sign up for Instruction?
A: Absolutely! Each course offers personal instruction by PGA Professionals and we encourage you to contact the course of your preference for details.
Do the courses offer Annual Plans for Golf and Practice Facility?
A: Most of our courses offer Annual Plans and we encourage you to contact the course of your preference for details.