Golf Camp

Golfers are divided into small groups to ensure individualized instruction and personal attention.

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Golf Camp at GP Sports Camps

Georgetown Prep with the dedication and commitment of Frank Emmett started junior golf in the Washington area in 1927. From 1927 until his death in 1982, Frank Emmett was called the “guiding spirit” of junior golf. His passion for the game left an everlasting spirit that continues to resonate on the fairways and in the minds of all who have experienced the educational values taught playing the great game of golf.

It is with this spirit that Georgetown Prep Golf Camp has forged positive experiences for young golfers who have attended golf camp the past twenty years. Golf shadows the experiences and emotions that young players face in their lifetime and with a healthy atmosphere the lessons learned on the course will forever provide a competitive foundation of sportsmanship and good character.

Dan Paro Georgetown Prep’s Director of Athletics and Head Football Coach has overseen golf operations at GP Golf Camp for the past twenty years. Coach Paro has created an atmosphere that provides skill development, golf etiquette, educational understanding and implementation of the rules, along with competitive spirit of the game. Having grown up playing competitive golf, Coach Paro understands all levels of the educational experience provided on the course.

The key to any camp are the counselors and instructors that oversee the young and formidable minds and actions of campers. Prep’s staff consists of former high school and college golfers along with young adults who value the formation of young campers.

Prep golf camp offers structure; however, it works hard to create an environment that allows all levels of experience to achieve positive results with an enjoyable and healthy atmosphere.

Prep’s instructors will oversee the following areas of skill development:

  1. Putting
  2. Chipping
  3. Sand play
  4. Swing basics
  5. Rules, regulations and etiquette

Instruction of the skills above will take place in the morning. Following lunch each afternoon will consist of competitions on the golf course. Having nine holes it is important that our campers experience first-hand the ups and downs of this great game during competition.

2017 Camp Information

Camp Duration:

Camp runs from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

  • Morning Drop Off: 8:15-8:45am
  • Afternoon Pick Up: 3:15-3:45pm

Camp Dates:

  • June 19-23
  • June 26-30
  • July 3-7 *4 day week
  • July 10-14
  • July 17-21
  • July 24-28
  • July 31-August 4
  • August 7-11

Ages:

  • 8-15

Each player goes home with:

  • Skill Improvement & Confidence
  • Camp T-Shirt

What to Bring:

  • Lunch
  • Golf Spikes or Athletic Shoes
  • Golf Clubs
  • Light Comfortable Clothing

Tuition:

  • Until 3/31 – $390
  • After 3/31 – $440

There will be no camp on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, due to the July 4th holiday. Camp session tuition during the week will be reduced accordingly.