“My wife had been taking lessons with Jill and I noticed a big improvement in her golf swing. So I asked her to schedule a lesson for me. After just 15 minutes with Jill she had fixed my swing. For the next three months I played at a 5 to 6 handicap and enjoyed golf more than ever.”

Billy D. Robinson

Playing Lessons 

Playing Lessons available upon request. We offer 9-Hole Playing Lessons at Scally’s Golf Center as well as 9-Hole Playing Lessons off-site.

Schedule a New Student Assessment to learn how you can add playing lessons into our training packages.

Junior Lessons 

Age 15 & Under:

One-Hour Lesson $110

Age 12 & Under:

Half-Hour $60

Packages

Training packages available upon request. Schedule your New Student Assessment to discuss our various package options.

Whether you are new to golf or have played for 30 years and need a refresher, this class is for you.

 Students will learn or review the essential skills needed for putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. This will include the fundamentals of grip, posture, ball position and alignment. There will be some exposure to training aids, drills and introductory golf stretches. Sign up early. Classes fill fast! Pre-payment required. Book online with a credit card or sign up in the pro shop

Golf’s Essential Skills Class with Jill

March 6th – 27th | Wednesdays 5:45 PM – 7:00 PM

April 4th – 25th | Thursdays 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM

June 6th – 27th | Thursdays 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM

July 11th – Aug 1st | Thursdays 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM

Tuition: $149

You must have taken Golf’s Essential Skills Class with Jill or Chuck in the past. This academy is based upon the Operation 36 long-term development program.

Students will go through 6 levels, 12 subjects and 72 total objectives. Students will play golf on the fifth or sixth week of the class (weather permitting). Adult semesters are currently 6 weeks. Pre-payment is required.

Progress will be tracked on an interactive mobile app. There will be a yearly $39 technology fee added to the initial semester in which you enroll each calendar year. This covers the cost of the mobile app. You may sign up and pay online with a credit card or sign up in the pro shop and pay with cash or check.

Adult Development Academy with Jill (powered by Op36)

Thursdays

Semester 1: April 4th – May 9th | Thursdays 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Semester 2: May 16th – June 27th | Thursdays 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Semester 3: July 11th – August 15th | Thursdays 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Semester 4: August 22nd – September 26th | Thursdays 6:15 PM – 7:45 PM

Every year, juniors from all over the world get to shine on golf’s biggest stage (Augusta National Golf Club) on the eve of The Masters for the Drive, Chip & Putt National Championship. We want to help your junior qualify! This class is designed to prepare your junior for the Drive, Chip & Putt local and regional qualifiers. Juniors will be put through the exact challenges they will face during the Drive, Chip & Putt competitions.

 

 

Saturdays

Session 1: May 12-May 26 1:30pm-2:30pm

Session 2: June 2- June 16 1:30pm-2:30pm

Session 3: June 30- July 14 9:00am-10:00am

Tuition: $89

The Scally Golf Academy Junior Development Program is a long-term program designed to take your junior golfer as far as they want to go—casual golfer, high school golfer, college golfer or beyond.

The earlier you start your junior and the harder they work, the farther they may go. We are continuously improving upon our programs to provide fun and innovative instruction to juniors of all levels.

Both phases of our Junior Development Program use game-based instruction. Phase 1 is for kids 5-7 years old. This phase of instruction is based upon Level 1 and Level 2 of the U.S. Kids Golf Learning Program. Juniors will be instructed on the five core areas and requirements for skills tests of the U.S. Kids Program. These five core areas are putting, short game (i.e., around the green), full swing, knowledge and scoring. Juniors will receive a Level 1 or Level 2 booklet and bag tag. This class meets one time per week for eight weeks with testing done during class on weeks four and eight. Juniors may take this class until they pass all Level 1 and Level 2 skills tests or age out into the Operation 36 phase of our program.

Our second phase of our Junior Development Program is for ages 7 and up. This phase of our program is based upon the Operation 36 learning program. Operation 36® is organized by a network of golf professionals who believe that to grow the game, we need to have a motivating player development roadmap to help introduce and develop skilled golfers. The challenge we set for our players is the score of 36 (par for 9 holes). By training them from green to tee-box versus the traditional tee-box to green, it lowers the challenge point, and is a motivating way to learn and progress in the sport.

The Operation 36 program has six ranks and 12 subjects (badges) for 72 total objectives the players must accomplish to complete the program. You can choose from four separate packages that offer a mixture of Operation 36 Academy Classes, Op 36 Supervised Practice and Op 36 Matches. During the Op 36 Academy Classes, juniors learn the 6 level Operation 36 curriculum. During the Op 36 Supervised Practice phase, golfers can accelerate skill development by training alongside a coach who sets up structured practice sessions. During Op 36 Matches, golfers play from six different division tees with the goal of shooting 36 or better. 

Our program runs in eight-week semesters, with testing done on weeks four and eight. We offer four semesters per year. It is recommended that juniors stay in the program until all (or nearly all) 72 objectives are completed. Again, this is a long-term program.  The amount of time it takes to complete all 72 objectives is based upon each golfer’s level of commitment to the program.

US Kids Group Class (ages 5-7)

Semester 1: Wednesdays, May 9-June 27 4:00pm-5:00pm

Semester 2: Wednesdays, July 11-August 29 4:00pm-5:00pm

8 weeks Tuition: $259 per semester

Junior Development Academy based on Operation 36 (ages 7 and up)

Multiple Price Packages with Multiple Options for Days and Times

Semester 2: May 7- July 1st

Semester 3: July 9- September 2nd

Semester 4: September 3rd– October 28th

Do you want your kids to learn golf or improve their skills this summer? Wouldn’t it be great for them to have fun doing it?

Children ages 4-17 can participate in one of our summer golf camps with Chuck Scally, Jr. and Jill Finlan Scally. The camps will focus on fun ways to learn and develop skills for putting, chipping, pitching and the full swing. There will also be an introduction to rules, etiquette, course management and sportsmanship. The instruction will include game-based teaching methods to reinforce the fun side of golf. There will also be activities that work on balance, coordination, locomotion and body awareness to help the students improve their overall athletic skills. These camps have foundations in U.S. Kids Golf and TPI junior programs.

The Little “Linkstars” Golf Instruction Camp is for ages 4-7 and will meet for 1 hour from Tuesday to Friday. Campers will play a short scramble on the pitch and putt course Friday, weather permitting. There will also be a party with prizes and food following.

Summer Youth Golf Camps Dates & Times:

Little Linkstars Camp (ages 4-7) 3 options

Camp 1: June 11th – 14th | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Camp 2: July 23rd – 26th | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Camp 3: August 6th – 9th | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Tuition: $139

Operation 36 Junior Camp (ages 7 and up)

Camp 1: June 18th – 21st | 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Camp 2: July 16th – 19th | 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Tuition: $249

Payment is required at registration. The full fee will be returned if cancellation is prior to 48 hours before the start of the camp. On the first day of the camp, refunds will be available for emergency medical reasons only. Refunds are not available to students who voluntarily leave the camp, forget to attend or withdraw from camp due to weather if the event is still held. The instructors will cancel the program within 24 hours of the start of the camp if the camp size is less than the minimum. Students may be offered the option to work with an instructor in a modified, shortened program. Every effort will be made to fill the spot with a student on the waiting list when possible.

The Operation 36 Junior Camp is for ages 7 and up and is based upon the curriculum of the Operation 36 long term development program.  Students will learn putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers, and full swing through the Operation 36 curriculum. The Operation 36 learning program has 6 levels, 12 subjects, and 72 total objectives.  This is an INTRODUCTION to the program for students interested in learning more about golf through this program. The campers will not progress through all the levels. Students will play on the course each day of the camp using the Operation 36 division tee boxes.

Date & Time:

Camp 1: June 18th – 21st | 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Camp 2: July 16th – 19th | 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Tuition: $249

Payment is required at registration. The full fee will be returned if cancelation is prior to 48 hours before the start of the camp. On the first day of the camp, refunds will be available for emergency medical reasons only. Refunds are not available to students who voluntarily leave the camp, forget to attend or withdraw from camp due to weather if the event is still held. The instructors will cancel the program within 24 hours of the start of the camp if the camp size is less than the minimum. Students may be offered the option to work with an instructor in a modified, shortened program. Every effort will be made to fill the spot with a student on the waiting list when possible.

Do you feel you have some flexibility or strength limitations that are preventing you from swinging the golf club the way you think you should be swinging it? Or do you feel that you are physically unable to swing the golf club the way you used to be able to swing?

Jill Finlan Scally, LPGA T&CP, MOT is a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Expert who is able to administer a screen to identify physical factors that may be preventing you from reaching your full golf potential.  TPI is the premier source for golf performance research, knowledge and programs.  TPI methodology stresses the importance of the “body/swing connection.”  The premise behind this is that many golfers have physical limitations that prevent them from swinging the club the way they want to swing or the way they are being instructed to swing.  Unfortunately, these physical limitations can also lead to injuries over time.  These limitations may be due to lack of flexibility, insufficient strength or physical pain.

TPI has developed a 16 point physical screen designed to assess limitations in flexibility and/or strength that negatively impact the efficiency of a golfer’s swing.  Whether you are a young athlete who desires to play college golf or you are a weekend golfer who wants to hit the ball further and straighter, this assessment is essential to determine the path we take to improving your golf swing. Research proves that core strength, stability, balance and peripheral muscle strength are correlated with better golf performance.

Even if you do not desire to have a program developed for you, the 16 point screen will help determine what swing changes you cannot physically make based upon your body’s limitations.

Example:  Screen diagnoses a significant limitation in external shoulder rotation of your trail shoulder.  Your swing goal is to swing on plane or get in “the slot” on your downswing.  Determination: You will be physically unable to get into this position.  We then determine that your goal of swinging on plane does not match your current physical ability.  We must come up with a modified goal for your swing or decide to start a program to improve your physical limitations.

The TPI Screen and TPI Program can benefit you in the following ways:

  • Identify physical limitations that directly relate to swing faults
  • Reduce or eliminate physical limitations with a program prescribed for you
  • Decrease the risk of short term and long term injuries
  • Increaseclub head speed, distance and accuracy through increased rotational power, balance, flexibility and mobility

Let me help you work on your swing from the inside out.

TPI Physical Screen: $79

TPI Program: $199

Includes the following: Initial appointment with Jill to go over your program based on the results of your physical screen designed by the MyTPIPro website, access to the website, re-screen appointment with Jill at end of program.

We know there are a lot of options out there when it comes to golf instruction, and just as many questions.

  • Where do I start?
  • Which coach is best for me?
  • What is the time commitment?

The fact is, getting started on the road to better golf can be a bit daunting. That’s why we’ve developed the New Student Assessment at Golf Channel Academy.

The New Student Assessment affords you the opportunity to meet and interact with one of our Golf Channel Academy coaches at the facility in a relaxed, nurturing environment. Your coach will take the time to evaluate your game and recommend programs that align with your goals, available time and resources. It’s a smart first step in your journey to shoot consistently lower scores and have more fun playing golf.

During your assessment, you can reasonably expect the following to occur:

  • A discussion with your coach about your goals, physical fitness, current skill level, etc.
  • Video analysis and feedback of your swing.
  • A thorough evaluation of your game to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses.
  • A summary including a suggested plan aligned with your needs and expectations.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT

There is no obligation to commit to additional instruction following your New Student Assessment. If you decide to move forward with the Golf Channel Academy, you can expect your coach to walk you through all of the necessary steps to mastering the desired skill, so that you can take your game to the next level and sustain it for years to come.

Cost: $95

This membership will only be available for a limited time. October 1- November 17. Only 16 spots available.

Included:
  • 1 hour private lesson (must be completed in week 1)
  • TPI 16 point Physical assessment (must be completed in week 1)
  • 5 week TPI Golf Performance home program
  • Access to the MyTPIPro website
  • 6 hours of supervised practice and coaching (1 per week starting in week 2)
  • A TPI re-assessment (must be completed by November 17)

Tuition: $499 (value $763)