Golf originated in Scotland in the 15th century. The British Open, THE US Open, the US Masters and the PGA Championship are some of the more well-known individual tournaments in the world.
With the popularity and younger age of golf, there are many international events at the junior level, and the top junior players have the opportunity to enter the U.S. Ivy League through excellent international rankings. Junior events in the U.S. include the International Junior Golf Tour(IJGT International Junior Series), Optimist and IMG Junior World, which require qualifying. And the AJGA, hosted by the Junior Golf Association of the United States, has seven tournaments for different ages and stages. The top Junior golfers in the U.S. compete in the U.S. Junior Amateur, the U.S. Girl’s Junior Championship and the PGA Junior Championship PGA Championship), as well as the top adult open above.
If you qualify or stand out at a junior tournament hosted by the USGA or at any of the above adult qualifiers, chances are high that a college coach will contact you and invite you to attend their college.
All day camp: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Age: 6-13 years old (grades 1-7)
Content: Led by a CPGA instructor, 30 minutes of daily warm-up, 2 hours of course instruction. In addition to the course, swing skills will be learned, including rules, etiquette and strategy. In addition, the camp is dedicated to improving students’ specific performance on the driving range, short green and putting green. Richmond Hill Golf Learning Center is also equipped with 2 simulators for all campers to use daily. All full day golf campers will receive a welcome package on their first day of camp.
Course provider by Wyse Academy