To renew your Youth on Course membership for 2013 please log in at the bottom of this page using the same username and password you created for the NCGA Foundation website when you originally completed the online curriculum. If you do not remember your password, click the "Forgot password?" link and provide your username. A new password will be sent to the email address associated with your Youth on Course account.
After logging in, you will be asked to complete an essay that will be reviewed by NCGA Foundation staff members. Assuming your assignment has been completed in a satisfactory manner, it will be approved and you will receive further instruction via email about how to renew your membership in your online YOC clubhouse. There will be a $12 membership fee in order to register. We will not mail a 2013 member card until you have registered for your online clubhouse. After you've signed up for the online clubhouse the NCGA Foundation will mail a 2013 Youth on Course member card to your home address.
Welcome to the NCGA Foundation's online life skills curriculum. It's our goal to use this forum as an opportunity to teach all juniors the rules, etiquette and life skills curriculum necessary to be an honorable golfer and outstanding member of society. By reading the following pages and completing the corresponding quizzes, you will become eligible for the Foundation's Youth on Course (YOC) program. Be sure to answer all questions completely (there will be a short answer section in addition to multiple choice questions). Answers will be reviewed by the NCGA Foundation before participants receive the privileges associated with Youth on Course.
Youth on Course members receive all the benefits of NCGA membership in addition to having access to approximately 115 golf courses throughout Northern California for $5 or less. For a full list of participating courses and to learn more about the program, visit the YOC section of our website.
Although the NCGA Foundation is excited to bring every junior in Northern California the opportunity to join Youth on Course through this curriculum, we still feel the best way to learn life skills and values through the game of golf is through The First Tee. If there is not a First Tee program in your city, there may be other Youth on Course certified programs in your area. All of these are listed on the Youth on Course website. These programs provide multiple opportunities for juniors to learn from experienced golf and life skills coaches, something we cannot provide in an online environment.
If you have any questions about Youth on Course or this online life skills curriculum, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ask for a member of the Foundation staff at (831) 625-4653.