Q: Does my child need their own clubs?
A: Anaheim Hills will provide golf equipment for those who do not have their own.
Q: Is my child on the driving range all day? What other activities are planned?
A: The majority of our camp sessions are spent out on the practice facility but our time there is by no means boring and overly repetitive. We integrate learning with fun by combining skill development with games, friendly competitions, and other activities, including actual playing on the golf course, which serves as a vehicle for learning and allows the kids have a whole lot of fun at the same time!
Q: How are campers grouped?
A: Campers are divided into groups according to age and skill level. The groups will remain together the entire week and rotate daily through short game, putting, and full swing. Accommodations can be made to keep siblings or friends together.
Q: What if my child has never golfed?
A: We are excited to welcome the "new junior golfer" because our primary goals is to introduce the great game of golf to as many "future golfers" as possible. Our curriculum has been developed to make the introduction to the game relaxed, non-intimidating, and most of all fun.
Q: How can I be assured that my child will be safe and supervised?
A: We make your child's safety a top priority. Our entire staff has several years of experience working with juniors and understand how to make children feel safe, supported, and encouraged.
Q: What is the next step for my child after attending this camp?
A: If you would like your child to continue their progress we suggest that you sign up for a private lesson (one-on-one) or semi-private lesson (you form a group of 2 or more) with one of our PGA Instructors. Detailed information on how to book a lesson as well as pricing on each instructor is available in the golf shop.
Addisional questions? Email Brandon Lesher