Golf Leagues & Camps

SUMMER 2019

TEEN GOLF CAMP: Ages 13-17

BREC Golf is offering two-day golf camps for juniors. This includes instruction, practice, education, contests, on-course training and a field trip to Top Golf. Instruction is conducted by PGA Professional Jack Terry and staff in a safe and learning-infused environment. 1:5 instruction is designed to provide intensive training, practice and real time golf for each attendee.

This camp is designed for young people that are developing their games to play on a more competitive level. Be sure to look for the right camp for each teen. Ideal for players who are wishing to compete in the Metro High School League.

If you have more questions about the camps, emailJack Terry, PGA at jterry@brec.org

Pricing: Camp 5 is $175/junior, Camps 6,12, & 13 are $200 (this includes access fees to the golf courses, instruction, and Top Golf).

Clubs + Golf Balls: Juniors are encouraged to obtain full sets of clubs so that following the camps they will begin to play more golf; if players need additional equipment, please contact Jack Terry.

How to Register: Early registration will be available during the BREC Golf Program Expo, see that flyer for times, dates, and locations. After those dates, all registration will be subject to on-line registration. There is a distinct likelihood that these camps will fill quickly, therefore, those who register first will gain a spot in the camp. Limited to 20/camp.

Pre-Camp Orientation: Before the camps are hosted, there will be a session for parents and juniors to attend and find out even more about the camp and all that will take place. Invitations will go out once a junior is registered.

Schedule for Ages 13-17
Camp Day 1 Day 2 Level of Development
Camp 5 June 10 [Monday]
Webb Golf Course
June 11 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
13-17-year-old mid-level
Camp 6 June 13 [Thursday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 14 [Friday]
Webb Golf Course
13-17-year-old advanced
Camp 12 July 8 [Monday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
July 9 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
13-17-year-old mid-level
Camp 13 July 11 [Thursday]
Beaver Creek Golf Course
July 12 [Friday]
Webb Golf Course
13-17-year-old advanced

Explanation of Level of Development

In choosing the right camp for the junior, it is best to know what their given skill level is. These camps are not designed for brand new or beginning golfers, Get Golf Ready Clinics are better suited for them (see those brochures). Mid-Level Camps is for those who play and shoot scores between 84 to 97. Mid-Level players are in need of developing more consistency with their driver, iron play, and short game; plus, they need to develop better pace of play and understanding of the rules. Advanced players are those who shoot scores between 83 to 72 but need more development in order to play better under competition. A player who is developing rapidly but may still be classified as a Mid-Level golfer would benefit from attending first a Mid-Level camp first and then enter an Advanced camp. All these camps are specific in trying to develop players who wish to play High School golf, PGA Jr League, summer junior tournaments, and even BREC sponsored tournaments.

What do the camps entail?

Drop off for the camps will be from 7:30-7:45am. Juniors need to wear appropriate apparel which includes light clothing for summer. Collar shirts are required at all times, shorts are a good ideal, tennis shoes are acceptable, no blue jeans or cut off shorts. We will give out caps, but players are permitted to bring their own, sunglasses are permitted. Juniors are permitted to bring their own lunches, snacks, and water bottles.

Day 1: The first day players will receive instruction on the full swing, putting, chipping, and short game followed by periods of practice; there will be educational material presented during lunch; after lunch players will work on putting and the driver with instructions and practice. Another break with education, then concluding with putting contests. Parents can pick up juniors between 4-4:30 pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:30 pm.

Day 2: The second day is at City Park or Webb Golf Course where juniors will then play on the course and practice short game drills. Lunch will be around 12:15 pm. After lunch, the juniors and staff will take a field trip to Top Golf, arriving back at the golf course around 3 pm. There will be a putting contest and certificates awarded; Parents can pick up juniors between 4-4:30pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:30pm. Limited time permitted for phone/smart phone use.

JUNIOR GOLF CAMP: Ages 11-14

BREC Golf is offering two-day golf camps for juniors. This includes instruction, practice, education, contests, on-course training and a field trip to Top Golf. Instruction is conducted by PGA Professional Jack Terry and staff in a safe and learning-infused environment and instruction is designed to provide intensive training, practice and real time golf for each attendee.

Designed for beginners or those just starting to play more – Be sure to look for the right camp for each junior. Ideal for juniors who are wishing to compete in the PGA Jr League.

If you have more questions about the camps, emailJack Terry, PGA at jterry@brec.org

Pricing: Each camp is $210/junior (this includes access fees to the golf courses, instruction, and Top Golf).

Clubs + Golf Balls: Juniors are encouraged to obtain sets of clubs so that following the camps they will begin to play more golf. BREC will provide equipment to juniors that do not have clubs, but in a limited capacity.

How to Register: Early registration will be available during the BREC Golf Program Expo, see that flyer for times, dates, and locations. After those dates, all registration will be subject to on-line registration. There is a distinct likelihood that these camps will fill quickly, therefore, those who register first will gain a spot in the camp. Limited to 20/camp.

Pre-Camp Orientation: Before the camps are hosted, there will be a session for parents and juniors to attend and find out even more about the camp and all that will take place. Invitations will go out once a junior is registered.

Schedule for ages 11-14
Camp Day 1 Day 2 Level of Development
Camp 2 May 30 [Thursday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
May 31 [Friday]
City Park Golf Course
11-14-year-old Beginners
Camp 4 June 6 [Thursday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 7 [Friday]
Webb Golf Course
11-14-year-old Player classification
Camp 8 June 20 [Thursday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 21 [Friday]
City Park Golf Course
11-14-year-old Beginners
Camp 10 June 27 [Thursday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 28 [Friday]
Webb Golf Course
11-14-year-old Player classification

Explanation of Level of Development

In choosing the right camp for the junior, it is best to know what their given skill level is. For those who are brand new or have just started and need a good deal more instruction, the Beginners Camp is ideal for you. For those who are beginning to play more often, can manage to get the ball in the air, know how to putt, and can keep up on the golf course, the Players level is for you. In some cases where a junior is a Beginner but could learn enough to then attend a Players camp after attending a Beginners Camp, sign up for those appropriate camps that fit your schedule.

What do the camps entail?

Drop off for the camps will be from 7:30-7:45 am. Juniors must wear appropriate apparel which includes light clothing for summer. Collar shirts are required at Santa Maria, shorts are ideal, tennis shoes are acceptable, no blue jeans or cut off shorts. We will give out caps, but players are permitted to bring their own, sunglasses are permitted. Juniors are permitted to bring their own lunches, snacks, and water bottles; or, they can purchase a lunch at Santa Maria the first day of camp.

Day 1 The first day at Santa Maria players will receive instruction on the full swing, putting, chipping, and short game followed by periods of practice; there will be a lunch with educational material presented; after lunch players will work on putting and the driver with instructions and practice. Another break with education, then concluding with putting contests. Parents can pick up juniors between 4-4:30 pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:30 pm.

Day 2 The second day will be held at City Park Golf Course where juniors will then play on the course and practice short game drills. Lunch will be around 11:45am. After lunch, the juniors and staff will take a field trip to Top Golf, arriving back at the golf course around 3 pm. There will be a putting contest and certificates awarded. Parents can pick up juniors between 4-4:30 pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:30 pm.

 

JUNIOR GOLF CAMP: Ages 8-10

BREC Golf is offering two-day golf camps for juniors. This includes instruction, practice, education, contests, on-course training and a field trip to Top Golf. Instruction is conducted by PGA Professional Jack Terry and staff in a safe and learning-infused environment and instruction is designed to provide intensive training, practice and real time golf for each attendee.

Designed for beginners or those just starting to play more – Be sure to look for the right camp for each junior. Ideal for juniors who are wishing to compete in the PGA Jr League.

If you have more questions about the camps, emailJack Terry, PGA at jterry@brec.org

Pricing: Each camp is $210/junior (this includes access fees to the golf courses, instruction, and Top Golf).

Clubs + Golf Balls: Juniors are encouraged to obtain sets of clubs so that following the camps they will begin to play more golf. BREC will provide equipment to juniors that do not have clubs, but in a limited capacity.

How to Register: Early registration will be available during the BREC Golf Program Expo, see that flyer for times, dates, and locations. After those dates, all registration will be subject to on-line registration. There is a distinct likelihood that these camps will fill quickly, therefore, those who register first will gain a spot in the camp. Limited to 20/camp.

Pre-Camp Orientation: Before the camps are hosted, there will be a session for parents and juniors to attend and find out even more about the camp and all that will take place. Invitations will go out once a junior is registered.

Schedule for ages 8-10
Camp Day 1 Day 2 Level of Development
Camp 1 May 28 [Tuesday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
May 29 [Wednesday]
City Park Golf Course
8-10-year-old Beginners
Camp 3 June 3 [Monday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 4 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
8-10-year-old Player classification
Camp 7 June 17 [Monday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 18 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
8-10-year-old Beginners
Camp 9 June 24 [Monday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
June 25 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
8-10-year-old Player classification
Camp 11 July 1 [Monday]
Santa Maria Golf Course
July 2 [Tuesday]
City Park Golf Course
8-10-year-old Beginners

Explanation of Level of Development

In choosing the right camp for the junior, it is best to know what their given skill level is. For those who are brand new or have just started and need a good deal more instruction, the Beginners Camp is ideal for you. For those who are beginning to play more often, can manage to get the ball in the air, know how to putt, and can keep up on the golf course, the Players level is for you. In some cases where a junior is a Beginner but could learn enough to then attend a Players camp after attending a Beginners Camp, sign up for those appropriate camps that fit your schedule.

What do the camps entail?

Drop off for the camps will be from 7:45-8 am. Juniors must wear appropriate apparel which includes light clothing for summer. Collar shirts are required at Santa Maria, shorts are ideal, tennis shoes are acceptable, no blue jeans or cut off shorts. We will give out caps, but players are permitted to bring their own, sunglasses are permitted. Juniors are permitted to bring their own lunches, snacks, and water bottles; or, they can purchase a lunch at Santa Maria the first day of camp.

Day 1 The first day at Santa Maria players will receive instruction on the full swing, putting, chipping, and short game followed by periods of practice; there will be a lunch with educational material presented; after lunch players will work on putting and the driver with instructions and practice. Another break with education, then concluding with putting contests. Parents can pick up juniors between 3:45-4:15 pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:15 pm.

Day 2 The second day will be held at City Park Golf Course where juniors will then play on the course and practice short game drills. Lunch will be around 11:45am. After lunch, the juniors and staff will take a field trip to Top Golf, arriving back at the golf course around 3 pm. There will be a putting contest and certificates awarded. Parents can pick up juniors between 3:45 pm-4:15 pm. Staff will be leaving the facility at 4:15 pm.