Traveling to the US for Summer Golf Camp

Continuing to improve your golf game over the summer session is important, especially as you begin competitive play and prepare for college and beyond. Traveling to the United States for summer golf training in an academy setting is ideal for junior golfers around the world. Not only are you able to train and compete in excellent weather at world-class facilities and courses, summer camp in the U.S. also allows you to meet and compete against others in your age and skill groups.

International students have a unique opportunity to enroll in a summer camp at the International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) in Hilton Head, South Carolina, to learn from certified instructors and participate in top-tier junior events.

Why Attend a Summer Camp?

Summer golf camps, in general, offer participants unique training opportunities they won’t get on their own. A weeklong camp allows junior golfers to focus on every aspect of their game while under the watch of professional coaches.

In addition, structured days at camp emphasize the importance of practice and training, while also leaving time for recreation, socialization, and camp activities. This allows golfers to get the practice and instruction they want to help their game, while also leaving room for valuable time off the course.

Traveling to the United States for a golf camp allows juniors from Europe, Asia, and elsewhere to broaden their cultural perspective and compete against other top golfers in events in the region.Golf Camp for Juniors

The Benefits of Enrolling in an IJGA Summer Camp

A summer camp at IJGA is unlike any other you’ll find. Junior golfers who attend our camps have the opportunity to learn proper techniques and hone their skills at our exclusive training facilities in Hilton Head, one of the premier golf regions in the world.

IJGA coaches teach young golfers how to become better and more knowledgeable players, especially in respect to course management and the mental side of golf. In addition to working on your techniques on the course, IJGA helps junior golfers prepare for the road ahead, whether they have dreams of playing professionally or making a collegiate team.

When you travel to IJGA for a camp, you are able to train at Pinecrest Golf Club, Rose Hill Golf Club, Dolphin Head Golf Club and Island West Golf Club, which include private facilities for putting, short game, and practice ranges, as well as courses.

Junior golfers can also train at Crescent Pointe, the only course in Hilton Head designed by Arnold Palmer and ranked as the #7 Best Course in South Carolina, and Eagles Pointe, a Davis Love III Signature design.

With sessions scheduled throughout the summer, any week you attend falls around a junior tournament for which you may qualify. Some of these tournaments include:

  • Davis Love III Junior Open – June 6-9 in Brunswick, Georgia
  • HJGT Myrtle Beach Junior Challenge – June 18-19 in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
  • HJGT Coastal Carolina Junior Challenge – July 9-10 in Hilton Head, South Carolina
  • AJGA Greg Norman Junior Championship – August 8-11 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • IZOD AJGA Championship – August 15-18 in Kannapolis, North Carolina

Due to our convenient location in Hilton Head, South Carolina, it is easy to create a schedule that includes elite golf training at IJGA and top-tier junior tournaments in the southeastern United States. Contact us directly at (843) 686-1500 today to learn more about international enrollments for summer camps in 2016.

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