As you gear up for the 2015 winter season, it is important to stay focused on how you are training. Golf camps for juniors over winter help you stay in shape and keep your skills sharp so you can continue to develop as a golfer in time for the spring competition season. Let’s face it; your competition is not going to take winter break off. Whether you have a few weeks off from school over the holidays in December or an entire month, you have more than enough time to spend working on the physical and mental aspects that will make you a better golfer. The 2015 Winter Golf Program at the International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) is the perfect way to spend your time this winter.
The Benefits of a Winter Golf Program
One of the major benefits of a winter golf program, especially at IJGA, is that you receive the same level of training and individualized instruction as full-time academy students. In addition to working with some of the top coaches at unrivaled facilities in the United States, you get a taste of academy life to see if it is the right fit for your academic and golf career moving forward.
IJGA is the #1 academy for competitive junior golfers and players from around the country who will make their way to South Carolina for this year’s winter program. A winter golf program provides golfers with mental and physical training from top instructors at a time when it is easy to put the sport on the back burner. Instead of sitting around on the couch at home waiting for the next tournament, golfers have the opportunity to improve their swing, short game, putting, and course management.
What to Expect from the Winter Program
The goal of IJGA’s Winter Program is to maximize the quality of instruction for all participants. The program is available for all golfers (boys and girls) ages 11 and older, and it will take place from either December 19-23 or December 26-30, 2015. It is designed for both local junior golfers and those around the country, and includes options for commuters and residents. The Winter Golf Program is three and a half days of individualized instruction, going from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on full days, and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the final day.
Transportation for out-of-town golfers can be provided to and from Savannah or Hilton Head airports. Residential students will arrive on either December 19th or 26th and depart after 1 p.m. on December 23rd or 30th. While at the academy, tuition for the winter program includes daily golf instruction, housing, and all meals. Those commuting to and from the academy each day will receive daily instruction and lunch on the full days of training.
The residential option for the winter program is also a great way for junior golfers to bond on and off the course. Camp instructors are on campus, and golfers are able to share tips and advice with one another each day. You can learn more about the 2015 Winter Golf Program at IJGA, including daily schedules and registration costs, and other golf camps for juniors by contacting a representative today at (843) 686-1500.