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All junior programs are run through the Glen Abbey Golf Academy in Oakville, ON. Our academy is proud to be one of Canada's first certified Junior Golf Developmental Centres and the only one in Oakville. Sean and his coaching staff offer programs for both boys and girls of all ages and skill levels. Sean personally coaches the U19 Competitive Boys Program for 14 to 18 year old boys. 

U19 Competitive Junior Development Program

Note: Athlete's in this program are selected by Sean based on skill, desire, attitude and work ethic. The program is usually full however if you are interested in being on the wait list or learning more about this program, contact Sean directly.

U19 Program: Boys aged 14-18

Program: Includes both private coaching and weekly group training sessions

Coaches: Sean Casey

The U19 Competitive program is designed to help athletes develop their skills and prepare them for junior competitions. While many of our players are striving to play college golf in the future, it is not requirement of the program. My goal is to prepare them to be highly skilled, independent and well-rounded golfers by the time they graduate from high school.


•Private Lessons

•Weekly group coaching sessions

•Information sessions for athletes and parents (nutrition, tournament scheduling, resumé building and NCAA process, etc...)

•Tournament preparation and feedback

•Physical training sessions and development of personalized conditioning programs

•Physical treatment and therapy

•Mental Strategies including managing emotions under pressure

•TaylorMade & Adidas golf bag, shirts, jackets, hats and more

•Two club fittings annually in our TaylorMade 3D Fitting Center

•Discount on TaylorMade Clubs and Equipment

•Season ending review meetings with athletes and parents

Team Competitions and Interclub Matches

Our athletes have the opportunity to represent our academy at a number of team competitions against other golf clubs and academies. Throughout the golf season, athletes have the opportunity to qualify to represent our team and play in our season series against the Rattlesnake Point Juniors. For most matches, 8 players represent each team and play doubles matches in various formats such as best ball, alternate shot. At the end of the season, all players get to play in the final match which is the only singles match of the season. This match generally takes place on Labour Day at Glen Abbey. 

 Photo: U19 and U15 athletes after winning the inaugural interclub match vs Oak Gables. 

 Photo: Glen Abbey Junior Team at CJGA Humber College Team event in 2013

 Interested candidates for this program should contact Sean directly to set up a meeting. 










Canadian Junior Golf Association National Teams




As the Head Coach for the Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA), Sean helps prepare the Canadian Junior Teams for their international competitions. 


The camps, which are held at Glen Abbey Golf Club, give the team members an opportunity to get to know one another. The kids receive a wide range of information including proper practice, physical and mental preparation, nutrition, managing emotions and match play tactics. 


To play on these teams you must qualify through tournaments held each season across Canada. www.cjga.com


  Photo: Team Canada members at a prep camp at Glen Abbey prior to International Competition                           

















Photo: CJGA Team Canada at Euro Cup in St. Andrew's, Scotland



Photo: CJGA Team Canada at Euro Cup in St. Andrew's, Scotland 


 Photo: CJGA Team Canada winning the Canadian International Junior Challenge in September, 2013 at Oslerbrook Golf Club in Collingwood, ON



About the CJGA


Registered federally as a not-for-profit association, the Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is dedicated to providing Canada's junior golfers with the necessary skills and knowledge required to lay a foundation for a future in competitive golf. Through its six-stage competitive development program that focuses on tournaments, clinics, international competitions, and mentoring programs with PGA Tour professionals, the CJGA introduces the game to juniors as young as five and offers competitive multi-day events for the more advanced golfer. The CJGA acts as a feeder system to provincial and national competitions, collegiate and university golf, as well as professional and recreational golf. For more information please visit www.cjga.com.