Augusta Golf Camp for kids set for June 5-8

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Augusta University men’s and women’s golf programs have announced plans to host the 2017 Augusta Golf Camp June 5-8 at the J. Fleming Norvell Golf House, adjacent to Christenberry Fieldhouse off of Wrightsboro Road.

Hosted By: Jack O’Keefe (men’s golf head coach) & Caroline Hegg (women’ head coach)

When: June 5-8 (Monday-Thursday)

Where: J. Fleming Norvell Golf House and the Augusta University Golf team practice facility

Who: Ages 6-18 boys and girls (split into groups). All skill levels invited to attend.

Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm for boys and girls ages 11-18 (Lunch Included)] 8:00 am – 12:00 pm for boys and girls ages 6-10 (Lunch Not Included)

Price: $450.00 for boys and girls ages 11-18 and $200.00 for boys and girls ages 6-10

Payment: Cash or Check (please make checks payable to: Jack O’Keefe
MEMO: Golf Camp
MAIL TO: Jack O’Keefe, 421 Waverly Drive, Augusta, GA 30909

Sign up: View the application.

Camp costs include all instruction from Augusta University coaches and players, range balls, greens fees at Forest Hills Golf Club, snacks, drinks, prizes and golf camp T-shirt. Golf Camp participants will receive skill instruction in the following areas: Full Swing, Chipping, Pitching, Bunker Play, Putting, Wedge Play, Course Management as well as grip, posture, alignment and ball position. There will also be daily drills, skills challenges and other contests.

Please contact Jack O’Keefe for more information: 706 373-8403 or jokeefe@augusta.edu.

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