Q5: Lakeside Junior Golf Summer Camp

May 26, 2017 - summer camp

Lakeside Memorial golf march executive of instruction Amy Daniel talks about a summer youth golf camps reason during a City of Stillwater’s open golf course.

1. Can we give us a simple information about your summer camps?

We’re holding camps Jun 6-8 and 20-22, Jul 10-12 and Jul 31-Aug. 2 during Lakeside Memorial golf course. Sessions run from 8-9:45 a.m. and 10-11:45 a.m. The cost is $80 per session.

We’ll cover a golf grip, how to swing, how to chip, how to putt and how to play out of a fort along with an introduction to a manners of a diversion and golf etiquette. For some-more information or to pointer up, people can call me during 405-938-9372 or email amydaniel@stillwater.org. We have mixed instructors so there is still copiousness of room.

2. Is this a new program?

This is a initial year to horde a shorter camps. Lakeside has traditionally reason a youth academy in a summer though we’ve found that with vacations, it’s tough for people to dedicate to 4 weeks during a summer. We will still reason a unchanging ongoing academy module in a tumble that we’ve reason for a past 4 years.

3. What do kids need to bring?

Students can move their possess clubs if they have them and they wish to. If they don’t have clubs, it’s not a problem. We yield roughly all they’ll need including clubs, operation balls and tees. They’ll need to wear jaunty shoes. Aside from that, they’ll only need to move a good attitude. That’s substantially a many critical thing!

4. What age organisation was a stay designed for?

The camps are designed for kids 5-12 years old. We’ll order them into groups by age and/or ability level. We have a 5/1 camper to instructor ratio.

5. What do we wish to accomplish with these camps?

We’re always perplexing to develop future golfers so we can continue to grow a game. That’s what we wish for. When a kids finish, they’ll have a ubiquitous believe to play a turn of golf if they keep practicing their skills.

– Michelle Charles

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