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Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

BIG 5 Trump National

Doral, Miami, Florida, West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and

Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Florida BIG 5 Trump National and New Jersey and California – Ivy League Junior Golf

Featured Camp Events:

Doral, Miami, Florida, and

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey-

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Camps

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, Showcase and Gain Exposure to College Golf

Written Evaluations from College Golf Coaches

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Junior Golf
Hosted By Princeton

College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Trump National Doral Miami Florida

https://www.trumphotels.com/miami

Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

http://westlakegc.com/golf/

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton

Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey

Scenic Springdale Golf Club is nestled among the beautiful buildings of Princeton University and Theological Seminary. Formed in 1895, Springdale Golf Club is one of the oldest in New Jersey.

http://www.springdalegc.org/Home_(1)

For additional details contact College Golf Camps regarding the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camps in Dallas, Texas – San Diego, California – Pinehurst, North Carolina

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton and Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps//

College Golf Camps Events include education components to become a better golfer.  College Golf Camps facilitates top location venues, partners with superior coaches, and works steadfastly with junior golfers for their improvement.

Doral, Miami, Florida and West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey- Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

Coaches Attending

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League

ACC

PAC 12

SEC

Big 12

AAC

MWC

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group beyond the sports context.

The eight institutions are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University. The term Ivy League has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League

 

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

BIG 5 Trump National

Doral, Miami, Florida, West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and

Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Florida BIG 5 Trump National and New Jersey and California – Ivy League Junior Golf

Featured Camp Events:

Doral, Miami, Florida, and

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey-

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Camps

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, Showcase and Gain Exposure to College Golf

Written Evaluations from College Golf Coaches

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Junior Golf
Hosted By Princeton

College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Trump National Doral Miami Florida

https://www.trumphotels.com/miami

Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

http://westlakegc.com/golf/

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton

Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey

Scenic Springdale Golf Club is nestled among the beautiful buildings of Princeton University and Theological Seminary. Formed in 1895, Springdale Golf Club is one of the oldest in New Jersey.

http://www.springdalegc.org/Home_(1)

For additional details contact College Golf Camps regarding the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camps in Dallas, Texas – San Diego, California – Pinehurst, North Carolina

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton and Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps//

College Golf Camps Events include education components to become a better golfer.  College Golf Camps facilitates top location venues, partners with superior coaches, and works steadfastly with junior golfers for their improvement.

Doral, Miami, Florida and West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and Springdale Golf Club, Princeton, New Jersey- Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

Coaches Attending

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

Ivy League

ACC

PAC 12

SEC

Big 12

AAC

MWC

Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group beyond the sports context.

The eight institutions are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University. The term Ivy League has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League

 

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Texas, California, N Carolina, and Ivy League Junior Golf

Featured Camp Events:

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst- Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Camps

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, and Gain Exposure to College Golf

College Golf Camps

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

La Costa Golf Resort, Carlsbad, California

https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/san-diego-la-costa

Pinehurst

http://www.pinehurst.com/golf/

Dallas

http://www.fourseasons.com/dallas/golf/courses/tpc_four_seasons_las_colinas/

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton

https://www.stocktonseaview.com/

For over a hundred years, the elegant Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, on the New Jersey Shore has graciously played host to presidents, rock stars and golf greats. College Golf Camps is excited to provide this exceptional opportunity to you and your family.

Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

http://westlakegc.com/golf/

For additional details contact College Golf Camps regarding the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camps in Dallas, Texas – San Diego, California, Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ivy League Hosted by Princeton and Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps//

College Golf Camps Events Curriculum includes subject matter essential to become a better golfer.  College Golf Camps seeks great location venues, partners with experienced coaches, and works hard with junior golfers for their improvement.

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Highlights:

Pinehurst, Texas and California Camp Curriculum includes 21 hours of Education, and 9 hours of competition. College Golf Camps places emphasis on instruction, education, practice and competition growth.

College Golf Camps: Event Features

  • Game Development
  • Team Golf – College Golf Skills
  • Transition Practice to Tournament
  • Preparing for Competition
  • Mental Game
  • Assessments
  • Golf Strategies and Tips
  • Course Management
  • Putting
  • Evaluations
  • Knowledge Development
  • Student Development
  • How To Transition from Junior to College Golf

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Education:

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

College Golf Camps

Meet College Golf Coaches in

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst or Ivy League Hosted by Princeton for College Golf Camps

Junior Golf

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

College Freshman Life Skills,

Be the Student in Student-Athlete,

Transition from High School to College,

Swing Tips,

Course Management and Skills including How To of Course Management,

Golf Drills,

Evaluations for Game Development and Educational Purposes,

Success for Student-Athletes

Competition: College Coaches  provide interaction, education and Evaluations

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst, Ivy League Junior Golf College Golf Camps

36 holes golf competition

9 hole short game challenge with College Golf Coaches

Players provided with feedback on golf game improvement

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

Student Preparation:

NCAA Education,

Road Map for Junior Golf,

Team Golf,

Championship Golf,

Question and Answers Sessions,

Educational Seminars with College Golf Coaches at the

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst, Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Playing with Freedom,

Harness your Inner Champion

Improve overall Skills and Golf Knowledge

Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots

Optional TrackMan Combine

Video Analysis

TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment  60 minutes assessment involving a 13 point physical evaluation to address physical capabilities and relate them to golf swing.  A personalized strength and flexibility program to address your needs is also a portion of  TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment

 

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Texas, California, N Carolina, and Ivy League Junior Golf

Featured Camp Events:

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst- Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Camps

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, and Gain Exposure to College Golf

College Golf Camps

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

La Costa Golf Resort, Carlsbad, California

https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/san-diego-la-costa

Pinehurst

http://www.pinehurst.com/golf/

Dallas

http://www.fourseasons.com/dallas/golf/courses/tpc_four_seasons_las_colinas/

Ivy League Hosted by Princeton

https://www.stocktonseaview.com/

For over a hundred years, the elegant Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, on the New Jersey Shore has graciously played host to presidents, rock stars and golf greats. College Golf Camps is excited to provide this exceptional opportunity to you and your family.

Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

http://westlakegc.com/golf/

For additional details contact College Golf Camps regarding the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camps in Dallas, Texas – San Diego, California, Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ivy League Hosted by Princeton and Ivy League – California Junior Golf Exposure Camp hosted by Princeton 2017

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps//

College Golf Camps Events Curriculum includes subject matter essential to become a better golfer.  College Golf Camps seeks great location venues, partners with experienced coaches, and works hard with junior golfers for their improvement.

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Highlights:

Pinehurst, Texas and California Camp Curriculum includes 21 hours of Education, and 9 hours of competition. College Golf Camps places emphasis on instruction, education, practice and competition growth.

College Golf Camps: Event Features

  • Game Development
  • Team Golf – College Golf Skills
  • Transition Practice to Tournament
  • Preparing for Competition
  • Mental Game
  • Assessments
  • Golf Strategies and Tips
  • Course Management
  • Putting
  • Evaluations
  • Knowledge Development
  • Student Development
  • How To Transition from Junior to College Golf

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Education:

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

College Golf Camps

Meet College Golf Coaches in

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst or Ivy League Hosted by Princeton for College Golf Camps

Junior Golf

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

College Freshman Life Skills,

Be the Student in Student-Athlete,

Transition from High School to College,

Swing Tips,

Course Management and Skills including How To of Course Management,

Golf Drills,

Evaluations for Game Development and Educational Purposes,

Success for Student-Athletes

Competition: College Coaches  provide interaction, education and Evaluations

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst, Ivy League Junior Golf College Golf Camps

36 holes golf competition

9 hole short game challenge with College Golf Coaches

Players provided with feedback on golf game improvement

Texas  California  N Carolina  Ivy League Junior Golf

Student Preparation:

NCAA Education,

Road Map for Junior Golf,

Team Golf,

Championship Golf,

Question and Answers Sessions,

Educational Seminars with College Golf Coaches at the

Texas-California-N Carolina-Ivy League Junior Golf

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst, Ivy League Hosted by Princeton Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Playing with Freedom,

Harness your Inner Champion

Improve overall Skills and Golf Knowledge

Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots

Optional TrackMan Combine

Video Analysis

TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment  60 minutes assessment involving a 13 point physical evaluation to address physical capabilities and relate them to golf swing.  A personalized strength and flexibility program to address your needs is also a portion of  TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment

 

Dallas-San Diego-Pinehurst Junior Golf

Sign up for the Dallas, San Diego, Or Pinehurst Junior Golf Camp Events

College Golf Camps provides unique college golf opportunities designed specifically for Junior Golfers wanting exposure to College Golf. Location Venues are: Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Junior Golf Instruction in Dallas, San Diego & Pinehurst

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf

Contact College Golf Camps of America today to learn of the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camp in Dallas, Texas for 2017. Or sign up for the San Diego, California and Pinehurst North Carolina – College Golf Camps today! At CGC, we have all the resources you need to become a better golfer, we work with the best venues, partner with the best coaches and work tediously along our junior golfers to improve their game.

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Highlights:

Each Exposure Camp Curriculum includes 21 hours of Education and 9 hours of competition fun! With emphasis on instruction, education, practice and competition growth.

College Golf Camps: Event Features

  • Golf Game Development:  Play Team Golf – Play College Golf
  • Transition Practice to Tournament Preparation for Competition
  • Mental Game Assessment for Golf Strategies and Tips
  • Course Management
  • Putting Skills Assessment
  • Golf Game Knowledge Development
  • Student Development and Preparation How To Transition from Junior to College Golf

Education: Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf

College Golf Camps

Meet College Golf Coaches in

Dallas, San Diego, or Pinehurst for College Golf Camps Junior Golf

Life Skills for entering College Freshman,

Be the Student in Student-Athlete,

Transition from High School to College

Swing Tips,

Course Management and Tips including How To Manage Your Way Around the Golf Course

Golf Drills,

Evaluations for Game Development and Educational Purposes

Success for Student-Athletes

Competition: College Coaches  provide interaction, education and Evaluations

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps Venues

36 holes of golf competition

9 hole short game challenge with College Golf Coaches

Players will be provided feedback on golf game improvement

Student Preparation:

NCAA Education

Road Map for Junior Golf,

Team Golf,

Championship Golf,

Question and Answers Sessions

Educational Seminars with College Golf Coaches at the

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Playing with Freedom,

Harness your Inner Champion

Improve overall Skills and Golf Knowledge

Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots

Optional TrackMan Combine

Video Analysis

TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment  60 minutes assessment involving a 13 point physical evaluation to address physical capabilities and relate them to golf swing.  A personalized strength and flexibility program to address your needs is also a portion of  TPI Evaluation               Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment

Dallas-San Diego-Pinehurst Junior Golf

Sign up for the Dallas, San Diego, Or Pinehurst Junior Golf Camp Events

College Golf Camps provides unique college golf opportunities designed specifically for Junior Golfers wanting exposure to College Golf. Location Venues are: Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Junior Golf Instruction in Dallas, San Diego & Pinehurst

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf

Contact College Golf Camps of America today to learn of the Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camp in Dallas, Texas for 2017. Or sign up for the San Diego, California and Pinehurst North Carolina – College Golf Camps today! At CGC, we have all the resources you need to become a better golfer, we work with the best venues, partner with the best coaches and work tediously along our junior golfers to improve their game.

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Highlights:

Each Exposure Camp Curriculum includes 21 hours of Education and 9 hours of competition fun! With emphasis on instruction, education, practice and competition growth.

College Golf Camps: Event Features

  • Golf Game Development:  Play Team Golf – Play College Golf
  • Transition Practice to Tournament Preparation for Competition
  • Mental Game Assessment for Golf Strategies and Tips
  • Course Management
  • Putting Skills Assessment
  • Golf Game Knowledge Development
  • Student Development and Preparation How To Transition from Junior to College Golf

Education: Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf

College Golf Camps

Meet College Golf Coaches in

Dallas, San Diego, or Pinehurst for College Golf Camps Junior Golf

Life Skills for entering College Freshman,

Be the Student in Student-Athlete,

Transition from High School to College

Swing Tips,

Course Management and Tips including How To Manage Your Way Around the Golf Course

Golf Drills,

Evaluations for Game Development and Educational Purposes

Success for Student-Athletes

Competition: College Coaches  provide interaction, education and Evaluations

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps Venues

36 holes of golf competition

9 hole short game challenge with College Golf Coaches

Players will be provided feedback on golf game improvement

Student Preparation:

NCAA Education

Road Map for Junior Golf,

Team Golf,

Championship Golf,

Question and Answers Sessions

Educational Seminars with College Golf Coaches at the

Dallas, San Diego, Pinehurst Junior Golf College Golf Camps

Playing with Freedom,

Harness your Inner Champion

Improve overall Skills and Golf Knowledge

Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots

Optional TrackMan Combine

Video Analysis

TPI Evaluation

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment  60 minutes assessment involving a 13 point physical evaluation to address physical capabilities and relate them to golf swing.  A personalized strength and flexibility program to address your needs is also a portion of  TPI Evaluation               Titleist Performance Institute Golf Assessment

Junior Golf Magazine – College Golf Camps

Junior Golf Magazine Has a Special Gift for You

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Magazine

Get a 3 Issue Subscription of Junior Golf Magazine – No Cost

Kids, junior golfers – student athletes are the future of the game of golf. Nobody knows that better than Junior Golf Magazine. Issues are filled with all types of great articles about and for junior golfers – student athletes. Right now, you can get 3 No Cost Digital Issues.To receive this special gift click here:

Eight issues per year are published and each has new stories, and play junior golf tips. Start receiving your 3 No Cost Digital Issues right away. Reserve your free subscriptions online!

SPECIAL BONUS SNEAK PREVIEW: View the December Junior Golf Magazine, Flipbook, enjoy our December issue to know what everyone has been talking about!

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Email: rich@juniorgolfmag.net
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College Golf Camps Upcoming Schedule

  • Princeton – San Diego – Pinehurst – Dallas
  • TPC Las Colinas -La Costa Golf Resort -Pinehurst
  • Attending Coaches: ACC, PAC 12, SEC, BIG 10, BIG 12

College Golf Camps Mission:

Our mission is to provide the highest quality experience, while incorporating more than typical junior golf student athlete experiences. At College Golf Camps we focus on teaching and educating all aspects of the junior golf competition. Our College Golf Camps are purposed to educate parents, and student athletes, as well as prepare golfers for College Golf.

At College Golf Camps Events, please expect  first-class experiences including advanced golf offerings, as well as competition, while preserving the importance of having fun during the entire process, and events. Register for College Golf Camps Events to experience golf instruction like never before.

Call today to get your questions answered 469-444-9200 or Email us at info@collegegolfcamps.com

 

Junior Golf Magazine – College Golf Camps

Junior Golf Magazine Has a Special Gift for You

College Golf Camps Junior Golf Magazine

Get a 3 Issue Subscription of Junior Golf Magazine – No Cost

Kids, junior golfers – student athletes are the future of the game of golf. Nobody knows that better than Junior Golf Magazine. Issues are filled with all types of great articles about and for junior golfers – student athletes. Right now, you can get 3 No Cost Digital Issues.To receive this special gift click here:

Eight issues per year are published and each has new stories, and play junior golf tips. Start receiving your 3 No Cost Digital Issues right away. Reserve your free subscriptions online!

SPECIAL BONUS SNEAK PREVIEW: View the December Junior Golf Magazine, Flipbook, enjoy our December issue to know what everyone has been talking about!

Connect with Junior Golf Magazine on Social Media

Contact Junior Golf Magazine

Address: PO Box 8376 Jupiter, FL 33468
Email: rich@juniorgolfmag.net
Read our Privacy Policy.

College Golf Camps Upcoming Schedule

  • Princeton – San Diego – Pinehurst – Dallas
  • TPC Las Colinas -La Costa Golf Resort -Pinehurst
  • Attending Coaches: ACC, PAC 12, SEC, BIG 10, BIG 12

College Golf Camps Mission:

Our mission is to provide the highest quality experience, while incorporating more than typical junior golf student athlete experiences. At College Golf Camps we focus on teaching and educating all aspects of the junior golf competition. Our College Golf Camps are purposed to educate parents, and student athletes, as well as prepare golfers for College Golf.

At College Golf Camps Events, please expect  first-class experiences including advanced golf offerings, as well as competition, while preserving the importance of having fun during the entire process, and events. Register for College Golf Camps Events to experience golf instruction like never before.

Call today to get your questions answered 469-444-9200 or Email us at info@collegegolfcamps.com

 

Realities of junior golf

College Golf Camps has various topics within our junior golf camps. One of our topics is “transition from junior golf to college golf”. Another is “life skills for college freshman”. We cover so many topics at camp to help educate the junior golfer and the parents. At the end of the day, you only have one chance to get it right and the clock is ticking…….

Example of College Golfer Daily Schedule
Example of College Golfer Daily Schedule

Realities of junior golf

College Golf Camps has various topics within our junior golf camps. One of our topics is “transition from junior golf to college golf”. Another is “life skills for college freshman”. We cover so many topics at camp to help educate the junior golfer and the parents. At the end of the day, you only have one chance to get it right and the clock is ticking…….

Example of College Golfer Daily Schedule
Example of College Golfer Daily Schedule

College Golf Camps – College Coach Reviews

College Coaches Review College Golf Camps

At College Golf Camps, we provide any junior golfer considering playing collegiate golf and possibly beyond the chance to learn from college golf coaches with the goal of improving as a golfer. We work in conjunction with some of the best college golf coaches out there and give our campers the opportunity to work with experienced golf coaches and to showcase their skills.

Our camps give junior golfers an one-of-a-kind interaction with top college golf coaches who instruct, evaluate and interact with junior golfers from all over the world. CGC camps and events are a safe, reliable and highly-organized environment to help junior golfers develop into the players they want to become. And the coaches that work with us love the experience we provide our campers.

“I am excited to be a part of the staff at College Golf Camps. As coaches, it is always fun to work with young people who want to improve and develop. It is also a great opportunity for golfers who aspire to play collegiate golf to learn from coaches who understand what it takes to be successful in college.” – JT Higgins, Texas A&M University, Head Golf Coach

“CGC is a unique opportunity for young players to interact with college coaches. This is an opportunity that does not happen in the sport of golf. There is no other camp where a golfer can be seen by 20 different major college coaches. Not only are the coaches accessible to the players for questions, but they are also there to help improve your golf game. I certainly wish this was around when I was growing up!”- Amy Bond, Florida State, Head Coach

Check out what other coaches had to say here.

Our camps provide the important college golf experience for any aspiring junior golfer seeking to display his/her skills in front of collegiate coaches. Our campers learn and gain collegiate golf experience, they have a blast doing it! Want to hear more about what our coaches have to say about College Golf Camps? Check out the videos below:

College Golf Camps – College Coach Reviews

College Coaches Review College Golf Camps

At College Golf Camps, we provide any junior golfer considering playing collegiate golf and possibly beyond the chance to learn from college golf coaches with the goal of improving as a golfer. We work in conjunction with some of the best college golf coaches out there and give our campers the opportunity to work with experienced golf coaches and to showcase their skills.

Our camps give junior golfers an one-of-a-kind interaction with top college golf coaches who instruct, evaluate and interact with junior golfers from all over the world. CGC camps and events are a safe, reliable and highly-organized environment to help junior golfers develop into the players they want to become. And the coaches that work with us love the experience we provide our campers.

“I am excited to be a part of the staff at College Golf Camps. As coaches, it is always fun to work with young people who want to improve and develop. It is also a great opportunity for golfers who aspire to play collegiate golf to learn from coaches who understand what it takes to be successful in college.” – JT Higgins, Texas A&M University, Head Golf Coach

“CGC is a unique opportunity for young players to interact with college coaches. This is an opportunity that does not happen in the sport of golf. There is no other camp where a golfer can be seen by 20 different major college coaches. Not only are the coaches accessible to the players for questions, but they are also there to help improve your golf game. I certainly wish this was around when I was growing up!”- Amy Bond, Florida State, Head Coach

Check out what other coaches had to say here.

Our camps provide the important college golf experience for any aspiring junior golfer seeking to display his/her skills in front of collegiate coaches. Our campers learn and gain collegiate golf experience, they have a blast doing it! Want to hear more about what our coaches have to say about College Golf Camps? Check out the videos below:

CGC – Men’s Coach of the Week – Whit Turnbow, Middle Tennesse State

Coach Whit Turnbow continues to be involved with CGC events. He enjoys the process and working with kids.

Where did you play college golf?

Middle Tennessee

What is your greatest achievement?

Raising two children

What is your proudest moment as a coach?
Finishing 15th at the 2008 NCAA National Championship
What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?
Faith
What is your greatest fear?
God
What is your favorite place to eat on the road?
Bonefish
Best advice you received as a junior golfer?
5 P’s—Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
I would be more patient
What is your greatest regret?
Not sharing my faith when opportunities came along
Favorite colors?
Blue/Silver
What is your motto?
1. God 2.Family 3. Education 4. Golf
Talent you most desire in your players?
Passion / Competitiveness

CGC – Men’s Coach of the Week – Whit Turnbow, Middle Tennesse State

Coach Whit Turnbow continues to be involved with CGC events. He enjoys the process and working with kids.

Where did you play college golf?

Middle Tennessee

What is your greatest achievement?

Raising two children

What is your proudest moment as a coach?
Finishing 15th at the 2008 NCAA National Championship
What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?
Faith
What is your greatest fear?
God
What is your favorite place to eat on the road?
Bonefish
Best advice you received as a junior golfer?
5 P’s—Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
I would be more patient
What is your greatest regret?
Not sharing my faith when opportunities came along
Favorite colors?
Blue/Silver
What is your motto?
1. God 2.Family 3. Education 4. Golf
Talent you most desire in your players?
Passion / Competitiveness

CGC – Women’s Golf Coach of the Week – Kelley Hester, Furman University




Congrats to Coach Kelley Hester!! Coach Kelley has worked several CGC events. Her ability to relate to kids is truly amazing!

Where did you play college golf?

Univ of Georgia

What is your greatest achievement?

As a player, I qualified for 1 U.S. open, 3 U.S. ams, and 2 us girls championships.

What is your proudest moment as a coach?

Stacy Lewis winning her first major, 2011 Kraft Nabisco

What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?

Integrity

What is your greatest fear?

Being late for a tee time…

What is your favorite place to eat on the road?

Panera

Best advice you received as a junior golfer?

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

I’d be taller.

What is your greatest regret?

No regrets!

Favorite colors?

blue

What is your motto?

good, better, best, never let it rest until your goods are better and your betters are the best!

Talent you most desire in your players?

Great putters!

CGC – Women’s Golf Coach of the Week – Kelley Hester, Furman University




Congrats to Coach Kelley Hester!! Coach Kelley has worked several CGC events. Her ability to relate to kids is truly amazing!

Where did you play college golf?

Univ of Georgia

What is your greatest achievement?

As a player, I qualified for 1 U.S. open, 3 U.S. ams, and 2 us girls championships.

What is your proudest moment as a coach?

Stacy Lewis winning her first major, 2011 Kraft Nabisco

What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?

Integrity

What is your greatest fear?

Being late for a tee time…

What is your favorite place to eat on the road?

Panera

Best advice you received as a junior golfer?

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

I’d be taller.

What is your greatest regret?

No regrets!

Favorite colors?

blue

What is your motto?

good, better, best, never let it rest until your goods are better and your betters are the best!

Talent you most desire in your players?

Great putters!

Kelli’s Korner – Prep work and Winning the US Amateur

Prep Work …Find What Works for You

Prep work is the key to performing your best at big events…it is as
simple as that. The challenging part is learning what works for you as a
player to elevate your game at the right time. Timing is everything…

The stakes are high and most of us are guilty of putting more
pressure on the big events. I did this throughout my junior and
professional career. I always set goals for myself at the beginning of
each year. Then, I would set smaller goals that pertained to my playing
schedule. I would rank my goals in order, and basically gear my entire
season towards my Top 3. It took some time for me to find the right
program, but I found my recipe for success as a junior golfer and
carried that with me throughout my LPGA career.

Preparation was one of the aspects of golf that I loved most when I
was playing. I knew that in order for me to perform my best, I had to
have a plan mapped out for success. I would schedule tune-ups with my
Instructor several weeks prior to the tournament. This always allowed me
the opportunity to fine-tune the hiccups, without being too close to my
big event. I would typically set aside a few hours in the morning to
work on technique, then, spend the afternoon on course.

I still believe that one of the trickiest aspects of golf is how to
adjust what you are working on with your technique, without being too
technical on course, while you are trying to score. That can be a tough
balance. But, you will notice the transition starting to happen and you
soon find the groove you were searching for and your scores start to
reflect your work.

The key to all of this is timing. The most challenging aspect of
peaking at the right time is finding what works for you in order to play
your best. Set your goals, do the work, attempt to enjoy the process,
and look forward to playing some great golf when you are at your next
event.

Winning the US Am’s…

What can I say about winning two US Amateur’s? I remember both wins
vividly…I didn’t realize it at the time…but in hindsight…that was the
best golf of my career during that 2-3 year span.

Let me set the stage…I won the US Junior Girls in 1994. I beat Molly
Cooper in the final match at Meadow Lark Country Club in Great Falls,
Montana. That win inspired me to want to achieve bigger and better
things in golf.

1995…The Country Club in Brookline, MA. That was the site of the US
Amateur. I remember registering for the event and catching a glimpse of
the trophy…it is still to this day the most incredible and beautiful
trophy I have ever seen. Then my Mom told me she had the perfect table
for that trophy to go on in our house…that was all the motivation I
needed.

I remember my first match. It was against Caroline Peek. She was a
bomber and could take advantage of the Par 5’. Here’s the thing: her
power didn’t faze me a bit. Match play is such a mental thing. You have
to keep the momentum steady and never get too high or too low…the second
you loose focus is when you start getting beat. It is imperative to
stay in the moment and focus on the shot at hand. I hit Driver, 5 wood
into the 1st hole. Caroline hit Driver, mid iron. I made par and was 1up after the 1st. I kept chipping away at my matches…one match at a time…and I kept winning.

I remember my match against Kellee Booth. She was one of my biggest
competitor’s during my Junior Career. She was a very talented and well
rounded player. That match went to the 18th. I won it 1up. That’s when I knew I was going to win my first US Amateur.

I played Se Ri Park (now known as Se Ri Pak) in the semi finals. I
beat her 5&4. She paved the way for so many of the Korean players
and was inducted into the LPGA Hall of Fame in 2007 at 30 year’s old.

I remember my warm up for the final match. I always start my warm up
with wedges. Here I am on the biggest stage of my career and my first 3
shots were hosel rockets. My palms started sweating, my heart started
racing and I thought, “holy crap…here I am and I have the shanks.” I did
the only thing I knew to do…I stood further away from the ball and my
“Spanish Fades” disappeared. My final match was against an Australian
player name Anne Marie Knight…I won that match 4&3.

Let’s go to 1996…Firethorn Country Club in Lincoln, Nebraska. I was
the defending Champion. I took one look at “my trophy” and knew I had to
bring it home to go on my Momma’s table. So I did just that. I beat
Marisa Baena in the finals and won 3&2.

Here’s what I remember most about my wins…consistency and the will to
never quit. Let’s face it…everyone is talented when you get to that
level of competition…but the person who wins is the one who stays the
most even keeled and doesn’t get ahead of themselves. The one shot at a
time mentality is a must.

My advice to any young aspiring golfer: work hard, but most
importantly…have fun. Commit yourself to small goals each day and when
you achieve your daily goal…leave for the day and do something away from
the course. Expect that there will be highs and lows…don’t give the
lows too much merit. Focus on the highs and keep building on them…that
will do nothing but help develop and build confidence. Confidence is a
tricky thing…but it is a vital component to successful golf. And like I
mentioned earlier…have fun and enjoy the walk…golf is an incredible
game…don’t ever lose sight that it is in fact just a game.

Fairways and Greens,

Kelli

Kelli’s Korner – Prep work and Winning the US Amateur

Prep Work …Find What Works for You

Prep work is the key to performing your best at big events…it is as
simple as that. The challenging part is learning what works for you as a
player to elevate your game at the right time. Timing is everything…

The stakes are high and most of us are guilty of putting more
pressure on the big events. I did this throughout my junior and
professional career. I always set goals for myself at the beginning of
each year. Then, I would set smaller goals that pertained to my playing
schedule. I would rank my goals in order, and basically gear my entire
season towards my Top 3. It took some time for me to find the right
program, but I found my recipe for success as a junior golfer and
carried that with me throughout my LPGA career.

Preparation was one of the aspects of golf that I loved most when I
was playing. I knew that in order for me to perform my best, I had to
have a plan mapped out for success. I would schedule tune-ups with my
Instructor several weeks prior to the tournament. This always allowed me
the opportunity to fine-tune the hiccups, without being too close to my
big event. I would typically set aside a few hours in the morning to
work on technique, then, spend the afternoon on course.

I still believe that one of the trickiest aspects of golf is how to
adjust what you are working on with your technique, without being too
technical on course, while you are trying to score. That can be a tough
balance. But, you will notice the transition starting to happen and you
soon find the groove you were searching for and your scores start to
reflect your work.

The key to all of this is timing. The most challenging aspect of
peaking at the right time is finding what works for you in order to play
your best. Set your goals, do the work, attempt to enjoy the process,
and look forward to playing some great golf when you are at your next
event.

Winning the US Am’s…

What can I say about winning two US Amateur’s? I remember both wins
vividly…I didn’t realize it at the time…but in hindsight…that was the
best golf of my career during that 2-3 year span.

Let me set the stage…I won the US Junior Girls in 1994. I beat Molly
Cooper in the final match at Meadow Lark Country Club in Great Falls,
Montana. That win inspired me to want to achieve bigger and better
things in golf.

1995…The Country Club in Brookline, MA. That was the site of the US
Amateur. I remember registering for the event and catching a glimpse of
the trophy…it is still to this day the most incredible and beautiful
trophy I have ever seen. Then my Mom told me she had the perfect table
for that trophy to go on in our house…that was all the motivation I
needed.

I remember my first match. It was against Caroline Peek. She was a
bomber and could take advantage of the Par 5’. Here’s the thing: her
power didn’t faze me a bit. Match play is such a mental thing. You have
to keep the momentum steady and never get too high or too low…the second
you loose focus is when you start getting beat. It is imperative to
stay in the moment and focus on the shot at hand. I hit Driver, 5 wood
into the 1st hole. Caroline hit Driver, mid iron. I made par and was 1up after the 1st. I kept chipping away at my matches…one match at a time…and I kept winning.

I remember my match against Kellee Booth. She was one of my biggest
competitor’s during my Junior Career. She was a very talented and well
rounded player. That match went to the 18th. I won it 1up. That’s when I knew I was going to win my first US Amateur.

I played Se Ri Park (now known as Se Ri Pak) in the semi finals. I
beat her 5&4. She paved the way for so many of the Korean players
and was inducted into the LPGA Hall of Fame in 2007 at 30 year’s old.

I remember my warm up for the final match. I always start my warm up
with wedges. Here I am on the biggest stage of my career and my first 3
shots were hosel rockets. My palms started sweating, my heart started
racing and I thought, “holy crap…here I am and I have the shanks.” I did
the only thing I knew to do…I stood further away from the ball and my
“Spanish Fades” disappeared. My final match was against an Australian
player name Anne Marie Knight…I won that match 4&3.

Let’s go to 1996…Firethorn Country Club in Lincoln, Nebraska. I was
the defending Champion. I took one look at “my trophy” and knew I had to
bring it home to go on my Momma’s table. So I did just that. I beat
Marisa Baena in the finals and won 3&2.

Here’s what I remember most about my wins…consistency and the will to
never quit. Let’s face it…everyone is talented when you get to that
level of competition…but the person who wins is the one who stays the
most even keeled and doesn’t get ahead of themselves. The one shot at a
time mentality is a must.

My advice to any young aspiring golfer: work hard, but most
importantly…have fun. Commit yourself to small goals each day and when
you achieve your daily goal…leave for the day and do something away from
the course. Expect that there will be highs and lows…don’t give the
lows too much merit. Focus on the highs and keep building on them…that
will do nothing but help develop and build confidence. Confidence is a
tricky thing…but it is a vital component to successful golf. And like I
mentioned earlier…have fun and enjoy the walk…golf is an incredible
game…don’t ever lose sight that it is in fact just a game.

Fairways and Greens,

Kelli

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