Saw a comment on my junior golf post from last year. So, I’ll summarize this year and what my plan is next year.
Jr Camps, once again averaged 40 kids over 4 camps. Everything has gone well there. The instructors we have brought in from the outside comment on how simple, organized and smooth it is. We changed from serving chicken and cheese taquitos to having chicken nuggets. The kids liked that move. Next year, I need to add more targets for kids to hit into and buy a dodgeball set. We h
This year has been great! A lot of work, but something I’ve needed to further my coaching career. At my prior employment, the course was cart mandatory so junior golf was almost non existent. Now at a muni that has a great practice facility, junior golf is big. This summer, I coached 2 13U PGA Jr League teams (24 players), ran (ongoing) 4 junior camps with around 40 kids each time, and the course held a Drive, Chip, and Putt qualifier.
Prior to the year, I completed ADM (American Devel
One of my players (who normally shoots about 74 to 77) shot a 71. Another who normally shoots 75 to 78 shot 74.
And I had a player who normally shoots 80-84 shoot 95, too. Some of that was putting, though, as the greens were relatively fast today.
I may have missed some details along the way. You are enrolled in college, yes? "Methodist" is which college?
Right now you are pursuing a degree in Professional Golf Management (PGM)? I am slightly familiar with the PGM program as a state university in Michigan has a PGM degree program (Ferris State in Big Rapids, MI). It would be great if you obtain an internship down the road at Augusta or some other well known club. We ran into a Ferris State PGM student/intern working as the starter