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PGA Junior Summer Camp Registration

Registration is Open for PGA Junior Summer Camps!

Select Your Facility to go straight to the registration page on the PGA Junior Camp site:

Redwood Canyon Golf Course

Franklin Canyon Golf Course

Watch the video!


More Info about the Camps:

REDWOOD CANYON

We have camps almost every week of the summer beginning June 27th, with the last camp the week of August 15th.
The Camps run Monday thru Friday. You can choose either Half-day (9:00-12:00) or Full-day (9:00-4:00) sessions.
The half-day sessions are open to all juniors from age 6 to age 17. The full-day camps are open to all juniors age 10 -17.
Click REDWOOD CANYON to register.

Here’s another highlight reel from our summer camp in 2015


FRANKLIN CANYON

Camps at Franklin Canyon start a little earlier in the summer and run almost every week beginning June 20th, with the last camp the week of August 15th.
The Camps run Monday thru Friday. You can choose either Half-day (9:00-12:00) or Full-day (9:00-4:00) sessions.
The half-day sessions are open to all juniors from age 6 to age 17. The full-day camps are open to all juniors age 10 -17.
Click FRANKLIN CANYON to register.


ABOUT THE SUMMER CAMPS

Challenging, rewarding, and lots of fun! These aren’t just any camps – they are the official Junior Golf Camps of the PGA.

Taught by PGA Teacher of the Year Eric Jones, the half-day (9:00-12:00) and full-day (9:00-4:00) camps are open to all boys and girls between the ages of 6-17, of all athletic abilities, golf experience, and competitive desire. Whether your child has professional aspirations, collegiate scholarship goals, or simply wants to learn how to play a round with mom or dad, each child enrolled in our camps is guaranteed to leave with skills and smiles.

The camp curriculum is based on Progressive Skill Development developed by the best teachers in the PGA, focusing on the game’s fundamental areas such as full swing, putting and chipping. Additionally, the curriculum places emphasis on the development of “life skills” such as good sportsmanship and personal integrity both on and off the course.

“We have always strongly believed that the game of golf provides a highly unique platform for athletic development as well as character development. There is truly no other game where such an emphasis is placed on playing with integrity, manners, and athleticism. At our camps we not only teach golf’s traditions and techniques but most importantly we let kids be kids, so they have fun learning a game they will play for life.” Marc Haddad, PGA Junior Summer Camp founder.

 

 

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