|Registration Begins:||Augustt 15, 2017 at 09:00 PM EDT (Register Below)|
|Entry Deadline:||June 14, 2018 at 09:00 PM EDT|
|Open To:||Open to any junior golfers limited only by age, gender and total campers|
Princeton University – Will Green
Princeton University – Erika DeSanty
Columbia University – Richard Mueller
Brown University – Mike Hughes
Columbia University – Amy Weeks
Dartmouth University – Rich Parker
Davidson University – Tim Straub
Georgetown University – Tommy Hunter
Bob Heintz – Duke University
Welcome to the Ivy League Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton University with five of the most prominent Ivy League golf programs and friends, June 18-19, 2018 in Princeton, New Jersey.
According to U.S. News & World Report – National Universities Rankings – 2016
#1 – Princeton University
#2 – Harvard University
#3 – Yale University
#4 – Columbia University
#9 – University of Pennsylvania
#14 – Brown University
Academically driven junior golfers will receive the opportunity to learn from some of the most prestigious college golf coaches in the country.
This camp is limited to the first 65 junior golfers.
Yes, the college coaches listed will be in attendance for two full days. Our guaranteed camper-to-coach ratio is at least 8-to-1. The coaches will be in attendance for the entire camp. When the campers are not on the golf course with the coaches, they are on in some type of seminar, clinic or instructional session.
The Ivy Junior Golf Exposure Camp is for any junior golfer whose goal is to take their game to the next level and learn more about the Ivy League experience. The camp is open to the first 65 boys or girls to sign up. The two day elite camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessment and intense training for the competitive junior golfer.
This unique two day experience will include all facets of the game; full swing, short game, putting, course management, sports psychology, nutrition, physical fitness, NCAA workshop, academic standards and a tour of Princeton University.
You will play 36 holes of competition with the Ivy coaches guiding you through your round.
Parents are encouraged to participate in the development workshops with exception of the 36 hole competition.
Our camps are permissible under NCAA guidelines, click here
This Ivy Junior Golf Camp will keep a 8 to 1 camper to coach ratio in order to provide for a safe and highest-quality instructional experience. Camp is open to any/all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level or gender.
The fee includes instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluation. Campers and parents will be responsible for arranging their own travel and hotel reservations.
Camp Director is Princeton’s Director of Golf, Will Green.
Having trouble registering? Call or text 469-207-9100
|June 18||8:00am||Camp Check-in|
|June 18||9:00am||Welcome Junior Golfers and Parents|
|June 18||9:15am||“Recruiting and the Road to College Golf” – Will Green, Princeton University|
|June 18||10:00am||Skills session (range, short game, putting)|
|June 18||12:30pm||Warm-up / Preparation for round|
|June 18||1:15pm||18 holes of competitive golf – shotgun start|
|June 18||6:00pm||Dinner and interaction with coaches|
|June 18||7:00pm||“The Mental Game of Golf” – Dr. Nick Molinaro, Golf Channel|
|June 18||7:30pm||2400 Expert – Shaan Patel from 2400 Expert, SAT and ACT Testing|
|June 18||8:00pm||“What to Expect as a College Athlete” – Ivy Coaches|
|June 19||7:00am||Arrival and warmup with coaches|
|June 19||7:45am||“Attitude and Teamwork” – Ivy Coaches|
|June 19||8:00am||18 holes of competitive golf – shotgun start|
|June 19||12:30pm||Lunch and round-table discussions with coaches|
|June 19||2:00pm||Conclusion of camp|
Curriculum: 21 hours of Education and 9 hours of competition
College Golf Camps is committed to the following four aspects:
Game Development: themes such as team golf, transition from practice to tournament, mental game, course management, golf development, student development etc
Education: work with college golf coaches on Life skills for college freshman, Be the student in student-athlete, swing tips, course management, drills, evaluations for game development, success for student-athletes
Competition: coaches will be on course to provide interaction and feedback, 36 holes of competition with on course interaction with college coaches during the competition, players will be provided feedback on game improvement
Student preparation: topic will include transition from junior to college golf, be the student the student-athlete, NCAA education, road map of junior golf, team golf, championship golf, life skills for college freshman, Open Q/A’s, Playing with freedom, harness your inner champion, including on course tips, getting around a golf course.
Junior Golf CGC Highlights:
- Estimated 16 hours of education and competition
- Ivy League Academic Standards
- SAT/ACT testing skills
- Emphasis on instruction, education, practice and competition
- Activities designed to improve overall skills and knowledge in golf
- Junior Golfer Face-to-Face Interaction with College Golf Coaches
- Educational seminars with current College Golf Coaches
- 36 holes for evaluation and competition
- Evaluations from 3 College Golf Coaches for educational purposes
- Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots
- Optional TrackMan Combine
- Putting Skills Assessment
- Video Analysis
- Mental Assessment