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Golf Academy at The Okanagan Golf Club

Our Golf Academy combines a world-class practice facilitiy with beautiful surroundings and expert instruction to offer an unparalleled learning experience.
We offer a variety of lesson programs designed to help golfers of all ages and skill levels. From private programs to golf schools, our experienced teaching staff at the Golf Academy at The Okanagan Golf Club in Kelowna is on hand to ensure your time with us is both rewarding and fun.

Practice Facility Rates
Practice Facility - "Range Pass" $375 | "Couples Range Pass" $550
Practice Facility - 20 bucket $4 | 50 bucket $8 | 80 bucket $12

Book a Lesson
To book a lesson, or for more information, contact The Okanagan Golf Club at
250.765.5955 or 1.800.i.GolfBC | [email protected]

Golf Instructors
Clay Stothers, PGA of Canada

Clay StothersPGA of BC Top 100Director of Instruction
PGA of BC Teacher of the Year, 2014
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Clay has a deep passion for the game of golf, from the history to the beauty, and this passion is evident when teaching his students. The development of the students is extremely important to Clay, whether it’s a number they are trying to shoot or their overall experience playing the game. With over a decade of teaching experience, Clay has learned a key factor in what makes his students successful lies in their ability to understand their golf swing and maintain consistency with their game. Understanding your golf swing, allows for quicker results and a lifetime of enjoyment.

Conner Kozak, PGA of Canada

Assistant Professional
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At an early age of about 8 or 9 years old, Conner began to develop a strong passion for the sport of golf. This passion only grew stronger into his teens as he began to notice continual improvement in his game and in competition. Following a junior golf career highlighted by several championships and top finishes in high level competition, Conner had the privilege of being recruited to play varsity golf at the University of British Columbia. While pursuing a degree in Kinesiology, he was named team captain for three out of his four years on the team. During his time on the team, Conner was able to help lead the T-Birds to numerous tournament wins and national championships.

Now as a professional, he believes in growing the game at all levels of play and is driven by providing the opportunity for others to love the game, just as it was once given to him.