There are so many great junior golf camps available today. Parents are looking for one-day camps, overnight camps, instructional camps, exposure camps and/or development camps for their kids. Golf camps are a great idea for kids who enjoying playing golf or want to learn how to play. There are some key concepts every family should consider prior to registration.
Today’s junior golf camps range from little “kiddy” camps to advanced developmental camps. Most have some restrictions based on age, gender and/or the total number of campers. Skill set should definitely be considered when choosing a junior golf camp. Most camps will divide campers into groups based on skill levels or age.
Junior golfers who are advanced players looking for more player development, they will have needs that will be different from the youngsters just learning to play golf. Here are a few aspects to consider when choosing a junior golf camp.
Here are a few aspects to consider when choosing a junior golf camp.
At the end of the day, this is about managing your expectations, developing your child’s skill set and keeping the joy of playing this great game. Junior golf camps are a great way to improve your skills and knowledge of the game, but it can also be a great way to build friendships. Golf is a great social game that teaches great life skills, so encourage your camper to have a great attitude with an open-mind.
No matter what your daughter or son’s skill set, there are lots of benefits to attending junior golf camps. If you follow these guidelines, do the research and ask questions, you and your child will get the most out of your junior golf camp experience.
Nick Rook founded College Golf Camps of America, LLC in 2012 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer and President. He and his wife Jen have three children, Isaac(9), Lauren(7) and Emily(2).
A schedule of upcoming junior golf camps is available online at collegegolfcamps.com.
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