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4. The Golf Professional Staff will administer a written test, once all other criteria for approval have been met.

5.  Final approval is determined by a round of golf with the Golf Professional or a member of his Staff.

6.  Non-participants in the Junior Golf Program between 16 and 18 years of age must comply with the above items (2, 3, 4, 5) in order to be considered for approval.

Approved 18-hole “A” Juniors with a handicap of 20 or under are permitted to tee off at 12:00 noon on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Children who are not approved golfers may play as listed in the current Roster.  They must, however, be accompanied by an adult.

ELIGIBILITY FOR JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

Junior Golfers must have five attested current year TVCC scores, two of which must have been played on a Junior Golf Tournament Day or at Interclub Events.  Any Interclub scores must be played for TVCC’s team.  A handicap must be established and walker requirements must be met before participation in the Championship.

A Junior Golfer’s playing status for championships will be determined by his or her level as of the end of play on August 5, 2011.  Subsequent advancement will be allowed but the player may choose to play in Championships at the previous level if they desire.

PEE WEE GOLF PROGRAM

Children/Grandchildren Between Ages of 5 to 7 Years Old

Children/grandchildren of Golf and House members between the ages of 5 to 7 years old are eligible to participate in the Pee Wee Golf Program.  This Program will be conducted at the Club on Junior Golf days and will last approximately 30 to 40 minutes per session.  This Program is designed to introduce our younger children to the fundamentals of golf while providing the participants an opportunity to have fun on the golf course.  Each participant MUST be accompanied by an adult while attending the Program and due to the relatively young age of the children in this Program there will be no exceptions to this rule.

Children must be under parental supervision and properly attired.  If the driving range is crowded, children must yield to members.

TVCC Family Certified Junior Program

The purpose of this initiative is to allow families improved access to the golf course.  Transit Valley’s current Golf Policies state “Children under 8 years of age are not allowed on the Golf Course at any time.”  This program is designed to amend this policy.  Below are the details:

1.  All Children of Resident, Intermediate and Junior Members are eligible to participate in the    

    Family Certified Junior Program.

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