IJGA Announces Open Enrollment for Junior Golf Winter Camp
The International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) announces open enrollment for the Junior Golf 2018 Winter Camp Program for boys and girls ages 10 – 19, at the Old Carolina campus in Bluffton, South Carolina. IJGA is the premier golf destination for middle and high school players seeking a competitive advantage amongst their peers.
Under the direction of Jonathan Yarwood, British PGA Master Professional and IJGA Director of Golf, campers will train with world-class coaches learning golf fundamentals, solid swing mechanics and proper course management. Students will practice in the newly renovated 20,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art IJGA Performance Training Center featuring the Swing Catalyst 3D Motion Plate & Studio, hitting bays and short game area with full access to cutting edge technology and swing analysis systems such as TrackMan, 3D Golf Biodynamics, K-Vest, V1-Video, BodiTrak and SAM PuttLab system.
Juniors will elevate their game at the on-campus, outdoor Challenge Course, St. Andrews style, “Himalayas” and 18-hole putting green. Nearby, players have access to train on the newly expanded Pinecrest Golf Club driving range and short game area, exclusive to IJGA students.
The Winter Program offers attendees three sessions: December 20-23, December 27-30, and January 2-5, 2019, with boarding and non-boarding options. The program includes three and one-half days of individualized instruction, daily meals and on-campus housing with experienced residential instructions on-site for extended student supervision.
Space is limited. Contact Patrick O’Toole to reserve your weeks, 843-384-1141, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit: https://ijga.com/winter-camp/
About IJGA: The International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) was founded in 1995 on Hilton Head Island, SC as a home for elite juniors from around the world looking to earn college golf scholarships in the United States. Since 1995, IJGA has achieved nearly 100% college placement and graduates have earned over $52 million in college golf scholarships. IJGA continues to develop the character and skill of junior golfers, while helping them achieve their goals.
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