Summer Golf Camp 2023 (7-12 yrs old)
Camp is 8:30-11:30 each day.
This is an introductory camp for elementary age children.
Each week we will cover the fundamentals of the game of golf. We will practice and learn how to play golf. Putting, chipping, pitching, full iron shots, and tee shots will be learned. We also cover rules and etiquette to help your children get ready to play. During the camps, we will do drills and play games that will help your kids develop the coordination and skills to be an athlete and golfer. Snacks and drinks are provided each day. These camps are for kids from 7-12 years old. Cost is $175 for three days and class size is limited.
SIGN UP FOR WEEK 1 SESSION. June 5-7.
SIGN UP FOR WEEK 2 SESSION. June 12-14
SIGN UP FOR WEEK 3 SESSION. June 19-21.
Golf Camp for 12-16 year olds
Camp is 8:30-11:30 am.
This is a camp for 12-16 year olds. This camp is for kids with no experience or with some but not extensive experience. We will cover basics like grip, aim, posture, ball position, and the concepts of a good golf swing. We will practice a variety of shots including driver shots, iron shots, pitching, chipping, sand shots, and putting. Also, we will discuss course management, how to practice, rules, and etiquette. This camp is for kids who are in intermediate school, middle school, and high school.
Cost is $175 and class size is limited.
SIGN UP FOR CAMP FOR 12-16 YEAR OLDS. June 26-28.
Player Development for Kids
June 5, 12, 19, 26 at 4pm
Player development for junior golfers. Each week we will play nine holes. We will provide a practice plan including how to practice fundamentals, how to prepare for a round of golf, how to analyze your game. All of this is designed to help you improve.
The golfers will be walking and handling their own clubs (either carrying their bags or using a push cart). Parents may walk along but will be asked to let the golfers play without coaching.
Contact David Pilsner, PGA to apply for this program. (firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-734-0177)
More to come
We have some plans for more and better programs for kids. Stay tuned.