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This isn't just any Golf Camp, it's the PGA Junior Golf Camp. Learn why the PGA instruction is best in class.
PGA Junior Golf Camps Will Enrich Your Child in More Ways than One.
Take advantage of the sunshine and perfect weather, and have your child attend a PGA Junior Golf Camp. Our camps provide a fun and educational reason go outside to play.
As you know, golf is a remarkable game. It’s a great family sport that can lead to a lifetime of fun. It’s full of action, discipline, and integrity, just like life. And while PGA Junior Golf Camps help develop your child’s game, we believe our programs also helps develop character. Each camps’ curriculum is designed to help your child become a leader—on and off the course.
Frequently Asked Questions
What ages and skill level are the PGA Junior Golf Camps geared toward?
PGA Junior Golf Camps are offered to young athletes ages 6 through 17. Most of our programs are designed to accommodate players of all skill levels from beginner to top high school players. For the more advanced junior golfer, the PGA Junior Golf Camps’ now offers the Competitive Edge Overnight Camps. These overnight camps are hosted at nationally-ranked and recognized golf courses such as Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin, and two California locations including Pauma Valley Country Club, just outside of San Diego, and Silverado Resort & Spa in Napa Valley. To learn more about this summer’s Competitive Edge Overnight Camps, click here.
How are the campers supervised?
The campers are supervised by the staff both on and off the course. Our staff is chosen not only for their golf teaching ability, but also for their ability to understand how to best work with children and teens.
Is my child on the driving range all day? What other activities are planned?
The majority of our camp sessions are spent out on the practice facility but our time there is by no means boring and overly repetitive. With our unique PGA Junior Camp curriculum, we integrate learning with fun by combining skill development with games, friendly competitions, and other activities which serve as a vehicle for learning and lets kids have a whole lot of fun at the same time!
What if my child has never golfed?
We are excited to welcome the “new junior golfer” in that one of our primary goals is to introduce the great game of golf to as many “future golfers” as possible. Our curriculum has been developed to make the introduction to the game relaxed, non-intimidating, and most of all fun.
How can I be assured that my child will be safe and supervised?
We take your child’s safety as seriously as we take our own children’s. Our entire staff undergoes an extensive interviewing process and we also conduct extensive background checks on each of our staffers. We only hire teaching professionals who have experience working with juniors and understand how to make children feel safe, supported, and encouraged.
Is there a benefit to registering for consecutive weeks of camps?
By registering for multiple weeks of camp, your child will experience continued game development, as our instructors will have the opportunity to really get to know your child, his or her game, and how to get the most out of your child’s game.
Is there a sibling or group discount available?
Yes, we are pleased to offer select promotional offers including incentives for groups and siblings. Check out all available incentives being offered this summer.
Are there any special clothes or equipment that I need to purchase?
It is recommended kids bring their own clubs to camp, but if junior clubs are not available, we will be able to furnish, upon request. Additionally, golf shirts are recommended for campers, as they are often required attire on the course. Lastly, golf or tennis shoes are acceptable.
Where can I find detailed information for a camp that I’m already registered for such as what to bring, schedules, directions etc.?
After you register for one of our camps, a detailed confirmation and registration packet is emailed to you. The registration packet contains answers to all the important questions about camps, including what to bring with you, what time to arrive, as well as directions and maps to the facilities. This packet of information also contains important health and release forms, which every camper must complete before attending camp. These forms may also be completed online.
Do I need to bring a camp info packet health form to camp?
Yes, all campers are required to complete the health form online prior to the camp start. This form may also be printed. We cannot allow campers to participate unless the required health forms and waivers have been completed and turned in.
I paid a deposit when I registered. When is the balance due?
Your balance is due by 5/15/2017 (for summer camp programs only). You may pay the balance online or by phone. If you are registering for a camp after May 15, 2017, then the total amount of tuition is due upon registration.
What is your cancellation and refund policy?
Campers who wish to cancel 10 business days or more prior to the camp start date will be issued a refund less a $50 processing fee and less the non-refundable, one-time registration fee ($15 for Half Day Camps and $25 for Full Day Camps). For campers who have registered for a camp but cannot attend and do not qualify for a refund as stated above, a camp credit will be issued. Cancellations for any reason received AFTER 5pm PST on Friday of the week preceding your registered camp session will result in a forfeiture of 50% of camp tuition (in addition to the registration fee). The remainder of camp tuition (50%) will be placed in a camp credit.
The camp credit may be used to select an alternative PGA Junior Golf Camp program session, subject to availability and according to the following terms:
- Camp credits are transferable only to family members.
- Notice of transfer must be submitted in writing by email to email@example.com by phone to 1-888-PGA-PLAY (742-7529).
- No prorated credits will be issued for partial attendance at a program session or missed days due to illness, dismissal, behavioral issues, or any other reason.
- If the alternative program session request is not redeemed by the conclusion of the 2017 summer program season, the credit amount will be applied as a camp credit for the 2018 season.
- In the event the alternative program session is more expensive than the sessions originally paid for, the camper(s) guardian shall pay the difference in program fees at the time of registration.
PGA Junior Golf Camps reserves the right to cancel a class as a result of insufficient registration. In this case, an alternative session may be selected or a full refund will be provided, including the registration fee.
In the instance of inclement weather, we will make every effort to determine whether or not to cancel class in advance, so please check your email. In most cases, drizzle or light rain does not constitute a case for cancellation. Students should pack rain gear in their bags for each session. Any sessions cancelled due to inclement weather or otherwise by PGA Junior Golf Camps will be made up at a day and time specified by PGA Junior Golf Camps.
Camper waives any and all damages that may otherwise arise out of any camp cancellation and agrees to accept as liquidated damages the refund of said camp tuition fees.