Victory Links Golf Course offers a variety of lesson options for youth. Our First Tee curriculum will take a golfer from 5 to 17 years old and teach them a lifelong love of the sport.
We also offer a variety of other specialized lessons to improve your game for those that are more dedicated to the sport or are just starting and want to learn more.
The First Tee is an initiative of the World Golf Foundation dedicated to providing young people of all backgrounds an opportunity to develop through golf and character education. Graduates of the program receive an extra discount on green fees and range balls at Victory Links and other affiliate locations. Golferships available for those who qualify.
Our inaugural year in 2019 was a huge success!
You now have the incredible opportunity for your son or daughter to spend their whole summer at VLGC, doing all sorts of awesome activities and field trips. Keep your child active all summer, honing their golf skills and making new friends!
These classes are for the committed youth golfer looking to develop their game and skills with a dedication to practice.
Learn and grow your knowledge of the game alongside your child. These lessons are designed to give you the tools and confidence to experience the golf course as a family while fostering continuous improvement in you and your child’s golf swings.
This program is developed specifically for ages 12-17. This program is for teenagers new to the game or with just some basic knowledge.
Help the girl in your life be all that she can be! Sign-up today for this potentially life changing class.
Interested in the game but don’t know where to start? Overwhelmed with information about the game and your swing? Come learn our simple approach to golf and discover the possibilities for improvement. Clinics are open to EVERYONE and it’s FREE. Youth under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Located in the Victory Links Clubhouse at the National Sports Center, we offer a variety of winter lessons to help keep your game in shape during the Minnesota winter.