Junior Golf Camps
The Mill’s Junior Golf Program is facilitated by PGA Teaching Professional, Cuyler Hedley Marion, PGA of Canada Class “A” Professional.
Golfers will be taught the importance of safety and good fundamentals, practicing their full swing, along with chipping and putting. The Mill’s approach to golf training is personalized to each individual.
Golf is a lifelong game that teaches many life skills, including patience and integrity.
The use of masks is not required for outdoor camp activities if physical distancing of 2 metres can be maintained between camp participants and cohorts are maintained, though we do ask that all campers wear masks when entering the buildings.
Things to Bring:
- Golf clubs, we have some sets to share if golfers don’t have their own
- Golf shoes are not required, running shoes are ideal.
- Hat & sunscreen – golfers will need to apply this themselves so spray sunscreen is best
- Daily lunch is included for all campers but they will need their own water bottle and “School Safe” snacks
Do NOT Bring:
Please click the week of camp you’d like to register for The Mill's Junior Golf Camp and our staff will contact you to process payment.
Camp will run from 9:00am-3:00pm, Monday to Friday.
Price: $250 / week, 10% discount for additional siblings and / or second week of camp ($225)
Located in the heart of Cobourg Ontario, The Mill Restaurant & Pub and Cobourg Creek Golf Course offer our guests a unique dining and golfing experience. Though it has been converted to a modern restaurant, The Mill, built in 1830, has retained its historic charm throughout with views overlooking Cobourg Creek and the golf course that shares its name. Our carefully crafted menu showcases the bounty of ingredients available in Ontario through classic fare and twists on old favourites.
Cobourg Creek Golf Course is a public course offering golfers a picturesque 9 hole experience. The walkable course seamlessly blends into the natural surroundings. Experienced golfers will enjoy the extra challenge of the river bisecting the course.