2023 Summer Operation 36 Parent Info Page
General Questions – Brooke Molner – Info@empiregolf.net
Indian Canyon Pro Shop – 509.747.5353
Liberty Lake Pro Shop – 509.255.6233
Coach Derek Siesser – 425.241.3677
*Pro Shops will have minimal information on classes and matches. You should only contact the pro shop with emergency information that needs to get to students or teachers during class times. For all other questions or concerns, please use firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Session: 10 Weeks of Classes
Start Date: Week of June 19th
Final Week: Week August 28th
*Off Week: Week of July 10th – 16th (Coaches are at Rosauers Open Tournament)
*These dates are not part of the program. Do not sign up for a makeup class because we didn’t have class.
Matches: 9 Hole Matches are opportunities for players to test their skills on the course. Matches are not instructional sessions. Coaches will be on the course periodically but will be looking to keep pace moving and not offering instruction.
Matches will take place Saturday afternoons and will alternate between Indian Canyon and Liberty Lake.
REGSITER FOR MATCHES THROUGH THE PORTAL
CLICK HERE TO VIEW A VIDEO TUTORIAL ON HOW TO REGISTER FOR MATCHES
Match Dates: TBD
- You may register at either course for a match.
- You must pay the green fee prior to checking in
- Tee times will be emailed the night before or the morning of your match
- Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your tee time to check in
- Parents of Players in Divisions 1-3 must follow their child on the course
- Parents may rent carts to caddy for their players.
To sign up for matches, please use the following link and follow directions on the top of the page
Make Up Classes: We will offer 2 make up classes between our two courses. You may sign up for make up sessions at either course. To register for a make up class, please email Coach Brooke at email@example.com
CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO TUTORIAL ON HOW TO BOOK A SPOT IN A MAKE UP CLASS
Make Up Class Dates:
Saturday, July 22nd @ Indian Canyon 2:30-3pm
Saturday, August 19th @ Liberty Lake 2:30-3pm
Q: Do my kids need clubs?
A: No, but we do recommend purchasing them at some point. Our professional staff can assist you with getting the right size and set and you can purchase clubs through our pro shop, just make sure to ask!
Q: Do my kids need golf shoes or gloves?
A: Nope, tennis shoes will work fine, and gloves are a player preference, but not required. Please DO NOT wear any other type of sports cleat such as baseball or soccer cleats, they will damage the turf.
Q: Would private lessons be better?
A: No. Kids (and anyone for that matter) learn best in group environments. It’s important to understand that for most new and intermediate golfers that the objective of our program is not to have them swing the club perfect, but rather to ENJOY THE COURSE AND WANT TO GO THERE.
Q: I have siblings who would be in different classes because of age, can I have them in the same class?
A: Yes, but it is not preferred. In these situations, we have the older child go to the younger class.
Q: What if we have to miss a week or two?
A: We will provide 2 make-up classes per 8 week session.
Q: Can I pay month by month instead of all up front.
A: Yes, but you’ll be required to set up automatic billing and save a credit card on file.
Q: My kids have other sports, can we only join for a month.
A: Yes, but you’ll still be billed the full amount for the session. We hire and schedule staff, schedule course and range utilization and buy materials based on enrollment. Having students drop mid program can cause us a lot of problems.
Q: What do parents do during class and matches?
A: Parents are more than welcome to watch class. We recommend taking an hour break, grabbing a drink and enjoying our patio which has the best view of downtown Spokane anywhere you can find. Parents who insist on participating in practice or offer their unsolicited coaching during practices will be asked to leave and will have their student removed from all academy programming.
Parents of students in division 1-4 are required to walk or ride with their child during matches.