Summer Camps

New to the Game | U.S. Kids Level 1

Monday – Friday; 9 A.M. – Noon

Ages: 7-12 | $325.00 Per Participant

The New To The Game Camp is geared towards beginning golfers attaining U.S. Kids Level 1. Each day, the first section will cover the short game (bunkers, chipping, pitching, and putting); the second section will cover the full swing (backswing and setup); and the last section will cover etiquette (equipment and rules). Throughout the day, the kids will be playing competitive games to put all that they have been learning into play. On the last day, they will work on their scoring by playing three holes of golf, shooting six strokes or less for each hole (100 yards).

Required Items:
Please ensure your kids have the right clubs. The height of the child (not the age) is the correct way to buy them. Kids grow on average three inches each year. The sets can be bought at either ACE Driving Ranges off Boyette Road (Riverview).

Recommended Items:

    • Ball Markers (One Box), Balls, Gloves, Golf Hat, & Tees
    • Band-Aids, Sunglasses, & Sunscreen
    • Golf Attire – Collared Shirts, Golf Shoes Or Sneakers, &Shorts
    • Pants & Rain Jacket (School Will Run, Rain Or Shine)
    • Snacks For Their Breaks

 

For more information:
Contact J.D. at 813-957-3205

Intermediate
 U.S. Kids Level 3

Monday – Friday; 9 A.M. – Noon

Ages: 7-12 | $325.00 Per Participant

The Intermediate Camp is geared towards beginning golfers attaining U.S. Kids Level 3. Each day, the first section will cover the short game (bunkers, chipping, pitching, and putting); the second section will cover the full swing (backswing and setup); and the last section will cover etiquette (equipment and rules). Throughout the day, the kids will be playing competitive games to put all that they have been learning into play. On the last day, they will work on their scoring by playing three holes of golf, shooting six strokes or less for each hole (150 yards).

Required Items:

Please ensure your kids have the right clubs. The height of the child (not the age) is the correct way to buy them. Kids grow on average three inches each year. The sets can be bought at either ACE Driving Ranges off Boyette Road (Riverview).

Recommended Items:

  • Ball Markers (One Box), Balls, Gloves, Golf Hat, & Tees
  • Band-Aids, Sunglasses, & Sunscreen
  • Golf Attire – Collared Shirts, Golf Shoes Or Sneakers, & Shorts
  • Pants & Rain Jacket (School Will Run, Rain Or Shine)
  • Snacks For Their Breaks

For more information:
Contact J.D. at 813-957-3205

Advanced
 U.S. Kids Level 5

Monday – Friday; 9 A.M. – Noon

Ages: 7-12 | $325.00 Per Participant

The Advanced Camp is geared towards intermediate golfers attaining U.S. Kids Level 5. The full swing and short game fundamentals are covered to help them be more successful in their attempts at their tryouts. Each day will cover one area of the short game (bunkers, chipping, pitching, putting, and uneven lies) and one area of the full swing (backswing, impact, lag, and setup). The last hour will be spent on the course learning course management and the rules (team ball under match play rules). On the last day, they will play nine holes to score 51 (Level 5).

Required Items:

Please ensure your kids have the right clubs. The height of the child (not the age) is the correct way to buy them. Kids grow on average three inches each year. The sets can be bought at either ACE Driving Ranges off Boyette Road (Riverview).

Recommended Items:

  • Ball Markers (One Box), Balls, Gloves, Golf Hat, & Tees
  • Band-Aids, Sunglasses, & Sunscreen
  • Golf Attire – Collared Shirts, Golf Shoes Or Sneakers, & Shorts
  • Pants & Rain Jacket (School Will Run, Rain Or Shine)
  • Snacks For Their Breaks

For more information:
Contact J.D. at 813-957-3205

High School
Prep

Monday – Friday; 9 A.M. – Noon

Ages: 13-17 | $325.00 Per Participant

The High School Prep Camp is geared towards golfers whose goals include making their high school golf team.

  • Day #1: Player evaluation that includes full swing, on course areas, and short game.
  • Day #2: Drills to work on the areas identified (by the player evaluation) specially to that kids’ weaknesses.
  • Day #3: On course – three teams will alternate shots for nine holes.
  • Day #4: Drills to work on the areas identified (by the player evaluation) specially to that kids’ weaknesses.
  • Day #5: On course – playing nine holes with their own ball to give them an idea.

It is recommended to bring a pull / push cart. They will be walking nine holes to simulate their high school matches.

Recommended Items:

  • Ball Markers (One Box), Balls, Gloves, Golf Hat, & Tees
  • Band-Aids, Sunglasses, & Sunscreen
  • Golf Attire – Collared Shirts, Golf Shoes Or Sneakers, & Shorts
  • Pants & Rain Jacket (School Will Run, Rain Or Shine)
  • Snacks For Their Breaks

For more information:
Contact J.D. at 813-957-3205