www.pgatourcamps.comTOUR Academy Junior Golf Camps

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For the past 11 years, PGA Tour Academy Junior Golf Camps have provided kids aged 7-18 world-class golf instruction from the country’s top PGA instructors at renowned PGA world-class venues nationwide. The goal of the Academy is to provide junior golfers the skills and abilities to achieve success both on-and-off the course. They achieve this with their commitment to programs that give campers a complete education under the guidance of motivated and highly skilled Tour golf instructors.

Baby boomer kids and grandkids at all golf skill levels will enjoy top golf destinations, many of which host PGA Tour events, while participating in golf schools and clinics, private instruction, short game lessons, club fittings, fitness, and mental conditioning. State-of-the-art training facilities are equipped with the latest technology in golf training to give campers the latest tools and instructional techniques to improve their game. Programs are based on the four “Cornerstones of Improvement” and supported by and based on what the best PGA Tour players in the world are doing, geometry of golf specific motion, and biomechanics of golf specific motion.

Half-Day Junior Golf Camps are for boys and girls, ages 7-13, and all skill levels. Activities include range practice, instruction which focuses on stance, swing evaluation, grip and golf fundamentals, as well as rules and proper etiquette. Full-Day Junior Golf Camps are for boys and girls, ages 9-16, and all skill levels. Campers spend mornings working on putting, chipping, bunker play, and full swing followed by 9 holes of golf accompanied by TOUR Academy instructors. Elite Junior Golf Camps are for boys and girls, ages 12-18, and recommended for advanced and tournament-level juniors. This training-intensive program includes seminars, guest speakers, video analysis, course instruction, and tournament preparation. Campers play 18 holes alongside TOUR Academy instructors. Overnight Camps are for boys and girls, ages 10-17, and all skill levels. Campers spend mornings receiving range instruction and work on putting, chipping, pitching, bunker play and full swing. Afternoons are for course play followed by guest speakers and seminars. Evening activities include movies, field games, swimming and night golf.

Visit this awesome website to connect with other junior golfers at the TOUR Academy Junior Golf Club, their online junior golf community. Our baby boomer kids and grandkids will learn how to continue to improve their game and can read about their favorite PGA TOUR player.

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