Steve Oltman Golf School Junior Golf Program, Ages 5 to 17
*Students are allowed to register for more than one camp each summer. In the past, I have had students participate in as many as 5 weeks worth of camps in the same season. Many kids will start the summer at one level and then bump up to the next level in the same summer. (An example would be starting in Beginner and then moving up to Advanced Beginner for the next camp. I do not recommend moving more than one camp level in the same summer.) Please don't hesitate to discuss this with Steve or Doug during the summer.
2013 Junior Golf Camps
Beginner Camp: ($69) The minimum age for students is 5 and the maximum age limit is 10. Each session is One Hour in length, Monday through Thursday, 4 camp days, Friday is a rain day. Cost = $69 per student. (Price includes all golf practice facility fees, golf course fees and shirt).
Advanced Beginner: ($99) The minimum age for students is 8 and the maximum age is 13. Each session is 1 hour and 45 minutes in length, Monday through Thursday, 4 camp days, Friday is a rain day if needed. Students should have at least one season of experience playing golf either on the golf course or at a practice facility. All students must have their own clubs as we will playing the 9-hole short course at Waltz Golf Farm.
Intermediate Camp: ($129) Ages 8 to 15, Monday through Thursday, 2 hours and 30 minutes per day, Rain day is Friday. Cost = $129 per student. (Price includes all golf course fees, practice facility fees and shirt)
Advanced Camp: ($249) Ages 9 to 17, 6 hours per day for 3 days. THIS CAMP RUNS TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY!! (Friday is our rain date, we will not have class on Monday) We will host this camp at Waltz Golf Farm on Tuesday and then an area golf course each day. We will work extensively on golf course management, how to score consistently from 100 yards in and tournament preparation. Camp size is limited in order to keep our coach:student ratio at a maximum of 4:1. Cost = $199 per student. (Price includes all golf course fees, lunch, shirt, and practice facility fees)
Beginner: Students should have an interest in learning the game of golf. Golf clubs will be provided if needed. Camp fees include all equipment usage, range fees and instruction. Minimum age is 5 and the maximum age is 10. Kids older than 10 and still brand new to the game will fit perfectly into the Advanced Beginner level of camp.
Advanced Beginner: Students should have an interest in learning the game of golf with some experience either through the Beginner camp, any other facilities golf camps or experience with family/friends on a golf facility. Camp fees include all equipment usage, range fees, facility use and instruction. Students are not required to have their own golf clubs, but it is recommended as we will attempt to play one round on the short course at Waltz's. Minimum age is 8 and the maximum age is 13.
Intermediate: Students should have a minimum of two years experience either on the golf course or at a practice facility. All students must have their own clubs as we will be playing the 9-hole short course at Waltz Golf Farm. Camp fees include range usage, golf course fees and instruction. Minimum age is 8 and the maximum age is 15. Kids age 8 or 9 must have taken part in the Advanced Beginner class or in a similar program at another golf facility or taken at least 3 private lessons that include some instruction on golf course etiquette and management.
Advanced: Students should have a minimum of two years playing experience on the golf course. All students must have their own clubs as we will be playing the 18-hole course at an area golf course 2 days out of the week. Camp fees include range usage, golf course fees and instruction. I am changing the direction of this camp to a more competition basis focused on scoring on the course. We will work every day on short game fundamentals, sand play, golf course management and competition etiquette. On the first day, we will spend the entire day at Waltz Golf Farm working on Full Swing fundamentals and various other short game work. At this level, I want the kids to learn how to score and to play within themselves in order to prepare them more fully for competition. Most of these students are also playing competitive summer golf on the KO Junior Golf Tour or Philadelphia PGA Junior Tour.