WELCOME TO THE NABC GOLF PAGE
Welcome to North Andover Booster Club Golf 2018
This program is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls and boys.
We will continue our partnership with Murphy's Garrison Golf Center.
Garrison Golf Center: 654 Hilldale Avenue, Haverhill MA 01830 (978) 374-9380.
Our season is scheduled to start on April 30th and end on June 16th. We will meet on Mondays and Saturdays of each week (excluding Memorial Day Weekend).
Monday sessions will run from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM for coaching/instruction sessions with PGA Pros from Bradford Country Club and Garrison Golf Center. The North Andover High School Golf Team will also be providing instruction and mentorship to the NABC Golf program.
Proper attire on the golf course: Collared shirt, shorts or pants, golf shoes or sneakers. (No athletic shorts or tee shirts.)
Minimum recommended clubs: Driver/Wood, 7 iron, pitching wedge and putter.
All golfers are responsible for transportation to and from the golf course.
In the event of a weather cancellation, a team text and email will be sent withing two hours of practice and tee times.
GARRISON GOLF CENTER JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAMS
Juniior Golf Clinics for Ages 8-14
Every Saturday from 9AM-11AM. Walk-in clinic. No sign up necessary. $12 per golfer.
Garrison Junior Golf Tournaments Ages 8-14
$20 per golfer. Includes nine hole round of golf, range balls, lunch, and prizes. 11 AM start time.
Tournament dates: Thursday, June 28th; Tuesday, July 10th; Thursday, July26th, Thursday, August 9th; and Tuesday, August 21st.
Junior Golf Camps Ages 8-14
Two day camp $75 per golfer.
Camp Session I: July 17th and 18th 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Camp Session II: August 1st and 2nd 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The NABC Golf program is open to middle school girls and boys. The 2018 season will tentively start in late April, 2018 and run for six weeks. NABC Golf meets twice weekly for one day of practice and one day of nine hole course play.
Please check back in March for more updated information.
If you are in need of additional information please email Commissioner Brandon Arakelian