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Three Day National Junior Golf Exposure Camps – Boys – Dallas, Texas 2018

Registration Begins: August 1, 2017 at 09:00 PM EDT
Entry Deadline: July 20, 2018 at 09:00 PM EDT
Camp Fee: $1,695.00
Deposit: $695.00
Open To: Open to any junior golfers limited only by age, gender and total campers

 

18 College Coaches who have committed to this camp in its entirety.

Stanford University – Conrad Ray, Head Golf Coach

University of Southern California – Chris Zambri, Head Golf Coach

University of Mississippi – Chris Malloy, Head Golf Coach

Rice University – Justin Emil, Head Golf Coach

Auburn University – Nick Clinard, Head Golf Coach

Texas Tech University – Greg Sands, Head Golf Coach

Middle Tennessee State University – Brennan Webb, Head Golf Coach

Kansas State University – Grant Robbins, Head Golf Coach

Louisiana Tech University – Matt Terry, Head Golf Coach

University of New Mexico – Glen Millican, Head Golf Coach

University of Arizona – Jim Anderson, Head Golf Coach

Kansas University – Jamie Bermal, Head Golf Coach

University of Houston – Jonathan Dismuke, Head Golf Coach

University of Oklahoma – Ryan Hybl, Head Golf Coach

Texas A&M University – JT Higgins, Head Golf Coach

McNeese State University – Austin Burk, Head Golf Coach

Princeton University – Will Green, Director of Golf

University of Nevada – Jacob Wilner, Head Golf Coach

General Info

College Golf Camps of America invites you to our 5th Annual College Golf Camps™ Boys – Junior Golf Exposure Camp in Dallas, Texas, July 22-24, 2018 at the beautiful TPC Las Colinas Golf Club.  College Golf Camps will accept the first 92 junior golfers from all over the world. This is a unique college golf opportunity designed specifically for junior golfers wanting exposure to college golf.

If you would like to Learn, Compete, Showcase, Interact with College Golf Coaches guaranteed, then College Golf Camps™ is what you’re looking for!

Yes, we guarantee the college coaches listed will be in attendance for two full days. Our camper-to-coach ratio is at least 6-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.

Highlights

Exposure Camp Curriculum: 21 hours of Education and 11 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.

College Golf Camps provides each player with a CGC Notebook to take notes and track your improvement over the camp!!

Junior Golf Exposure Camp Highlights:

  • Estimated 32 hours of education(21) and competition(11)
  • 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
  • 9 hole short game challenge with College Golf Coaches
  • Evaluations from 3 College Golf Coaches for educational purposes
  • Trackman Skills Assessment – 15 shots
  • Optional TrackMan Combine
  • Putting Skills Assessment
  • Video Analysis
  • TPI Evaluation
  • Mental Assessment
Date Time Event
July 22 12:00pm – 1:30pm Camp Check-in
July 22 2:00pm Welcome meeting for junior golfers/parents
July 22 2:30pm Transition from junior golf to college golf – Conrad Ray, Stanford
July 22 3:30pm Callaway Chrome Soft Par 3 Challenge
July 23 6:30pm Evening mixer – Coaches/Junior Golfers
July 22 6:30pm Road map for junior golf parents
July 23 7:00am Instruction – Play with Freedom – Glen Millican, New Mexico
July 23 8:00am 18 hole competition – shotgun start
July 23 1:00pm Team games and practice routines with college coaches
July 23 3:00pm Championship Golf – Chris Zambri, USC
July 23 4:00pm Be the student in Student-Athlete
July 23 5:00pm Small group session with college golf coaches
July 23 6:00pm Dinner
July 23 8:00pm Optional – College Golf Fellowship, special guest
July 24 7:00am Play to WIN – Nick Clinard, Auburn
July 24 8:00am 18 hole competition – shotgun start
July 24 1:00pm Lunch
July 24 2:15pm Life skills for college freshman – Chris Malloy, Ole Miss
July 24 3:30pm Open Q/A with all college golf coaches
July 24 5:00pm Conclusion of camp

Having trouble registering? Call or text 469-207-9100

 

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