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I appreciate the fact that Jon and Jeff address the complete athlete and not just the tactical and technical aspects of the game.  I take great comfort knowing that my son is in the best hands as he moves forward with his golfing aspirations.

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IntroducingtheGame

New Competitors
Age 9 – 13

We offer “New Competitor” programming at various facilities in the outdoor season.  In our view, New Competitor athletes will typically enjoy golf as just one of their many sports that they play.  This program offers a holistic approach to skill development designed by the recognized experts in junior golf development.  The goal is to develop dynamic athletes who understand the fundamentals of golf and, more importantly, how to learn and evolve as athletes.  Each practice covers a theme in golf and helps young athletes draw connections between the game of golf and other skills they already have.  We then show them how to further develop those skills in relation to golf, all the while having a great time.  Download the 2017 handbook.

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Developing Competitors
Age 12 – 15

“Developing Competitors”are young teens who are falling in love with the game and who would like to seriously explore competitive golf.   This is a critical age in the development process, and players in this program are exposed to the advanced fundamentals of the game and are coached largely within the technical and physical pillars. Players in this program are typically experiencing accelerated physical and emotional growth, and this program offers a comprehensive environment for them to develop their golf skills in a fun and structured environment.  Participating athletes can expect to have practices 2 or 3 times per week and to explore complex skills which pertain to high level training for golf.  Download the 2017 Handbook

 

 

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Advanced Competitors
Age 15 – 18

“Advanced Competitors” are passionate, accomplished golfers who have made a conscious decision to make golf a major part of their lives.  These are committed athletes who display training habits which foster excellence. The year-round  program challenges individuals to seek out their full potential in the game through a comprehensive curriculum and the very best efforts in junior golf coaching. This dynamic program supports the unique evolution of each individual player while also creating a team atmosphere that encourages cooperation and interaction. Players commit to regular team practices, individual coaching, support in competition, and a guiding influence from an award-winning coaching staff.  Programming at this level of development requires considerable commitment on the part of the athlete.  Download the 2017 Handbook

 

 

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March Break Training Camp
All ages

This popular training camp offers over a week of playing and training golf.  It’s an ideal scene for players to train their skills intensely and have a great time in the process.  The curriculum combines high level coaching from four Canadian PGA professionals and the benefits of an exceptional facilities provided by TPC Myrtle Beach.  Players train and compete throughout the week and are fully immersed in golf with a great group of peers, culminating with a multi-day tournament with a deep field of players.  The 2017 Training Camp ran from March 10-18 and was a great success, including a trip to an NCAA event and hours and hours of quality training under not so warm sunshine in the company of many other players and coaches who simply love the game.  Click here for information

 

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Jon and Jeff have a well-rounded coaching style, and extensive experience in junior player development.  Their holistic style encompasses fitness, body mechanics, nutrition, psychology, equipment fitting, and tournament planning, as well as the traditional swing mechanics, course management and short game skills.