“My Dad thought it would be beneficial to attend a college golf experience with one of my friends to give me the opportunity to see what life of a collegiate golfer was like. At the camp I got to interact with college coaches and players, and learned how bonded teams were; it was like having a family away from home. I met my college coach there, and after my experience I was sure I wanted to play collegiate golf. My career path has kept me in the golf industry ever since.”
Lauren Court, Georgia State, ’15
PGA of America Regional League Manager (FL)
- Experience facilities where the teams play
- Simulated collegiate golf tournament
- On-course lessons with college coaches and players
- Create a customized wedge system with yardages for your game
- Analyze driver ball flight to optimize specs
- Formulate a game plan for you and your game
- Daily competitions and prizes
- Explore a college golfer’s weekly routine
- Help formatting communications to college coaches
- Q&A discussion for parents and campers with coaches
- Create your progression from junior to collegiate golf
What does my tuition include?
Tuition includes all range balls, tee times, welcome gifts, breakfast, lunches, dinners, water and snacks.
What does my tuition not include?
Airfare (if applicable), lodging / hotel, transportation, money for gifts and trip incidentals.
*Campers and their family are encouraged to rent a car or Uber/Lyft to and from hotels, golf courses and airports.
Where should juniors and / or their family stay?
College Golf Experience makes arrangements with a host hotel close to the golf course. Information for the hotel will be shown on camp registration pages. All College Golf Experience campers will be given a hotel code to reserve rooms.
When should campers arrive?
If commuting from the local area or driving to the camp, campers should plan to arrive at the golf course 15-30 minutes prior to the start of camp on each day. If campers are staying overnight at a hotel, College Golf Experience recommends flying in the day before to ensure no camp is missed. If flying into the area on day one, your bags can be stored at the golf course until hotel check-in.
What should campers bring?
Campers should bring golf clubs, golf clothes depending on the weather, golf balls for 27-36 holes, gloves, rain gear, sunscreen, cell phone, casual clothing for evenings and any personal needs.
What does each camp consist of?
Junior golfers experience a college golfer’s weekly routine, receive help formatting communications to college coaches, create their own progression from junior to college tennis, daily competitions and prizes and most importantly engage with college coaches to gain a greater understanding of collegiate tennis at the institution.
*College Golf Experience camps do not provide transportation. If overnighting, juniors are encouraged to Uber / Lyft to and from the airport and the golf course.
What kind of food do campers eat?
Campers enjoy a full breakfast at the hotel with a hearty lunch at the course and dinners. No dorm food will be served.