JUNIOR GOLF PERFORMANCE CAMP PROGRAM INFORMATION
½ Day AM 9-12pm $349
½ Day PM 12:30-3:30pm* $349
Full Day 9-3:30pm $549
*Junior Athletes must have a minimum three years of golf experience to register for ½ day pm
Week 1 – June 19th – 23rd
Week 2 – June 26th – 30th
Week 3 – July 3rd – July 7th
Week 4 – July 10th – July 14th
Week 5 – July 17th – July 21st
Week 6 – July 24th – July 28th
Week 7 – July 31st – August 4th
Any questions about the Summer program please contact Brandon Wessel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Register Today at www.willowhillgolfcourse.com
The North Shore Elite Golf Performance Academy will further enhance the reputation of the Willow Hill Junior Golf Program by infusing the key components from the most successful golf programs in the world.
Long Term Athletic Development
This very successful NSEGPA program deviates from traditional methods of teaching golf to youngsters, in which children spend hours at the driving range mindlessly beating golf balls. Instead, this program is based on the principles of long-term athletic with the brain at different stages of life. It is the very program responsible for training many of the top professional athletes today! This program is designed to instruct juniors to become both sound athletes and skilled golfers.
As co-founder of one of the North Shore Elite Golf Performance Academy and the one professional who has earned the highest certifications in the United States from the Titleist Performance Institute, SOMA Golf, and the CHEK Institute Brandon Wessel will lead a staff that will teach your child key aspects of golf, fitness, health, wellness while respecting all concepts of Long Term Athletic Development.
This is a uniquely different junior golf opportunity than you would receive at a park district, private golf club, or collegiate summer program.
This program differs from all other programs on the North Shore because of the 16 certifications that Brandon has in Athletic Development to back it up. Brandon is one a few golf professionals in the world to first incorporate the LTAD model and has enjoyed watching his athletes go on to have success at the high school and college level. There are other programs that have aspects of LTAD by providing fun games that a child can enjoy but lack the understanding and purpose of athletic development. It makes all of the game playing fun but "hit or miss” as far as helping develop your child. Our program intensely observes a child’s development and provides developmental age appropriate games and drills. Teaching proper movement patterns and training at the appropriate time in your child’s life is critical for maximizing a juniors’ athletic potential. It is our goal to make your child physically literate by the developmental age of 12 thereby allowing them to achieve their maximum athletic potential.
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So this summer don't leave your child athletic future in the hands of a less experienced Park District camp or a collegiate camp with very little experience and education in Junior Performance. Brandon is one of the best in the business when it comes to golf performance and he is the professional driving this program!
8:45-9:00am Check In:
Each athlete will sign themselves in as well as give ALL staff members a hand shake with eye contact.
9:00am: Welcome, Q&A with all athletes
9:10: Dynamic Warm-ups and Long Term Athletic
Development Directed by Lead Instructor Brandon Wessel
10:00: Golf Skills (practice facilities and/or golf course) - Activities with age and skill appropriate training, games, and drills. Nutrition, block or random hitting drills, rules, fitness, wellness, self-respect, respecting others, and golf etiquette will be covered.
11:50: Return to the clubhouse for review of key concepts for the day. (Half day athletes need to be prepared to be picked-up at noon).
12-12:30pm: Afternoon Lunch: Each athlete will need to bring a nutritious lunch.
Education about good nutrition is a critical part of the program. During camp hours, the athletes have a few basic nutritional rules:
1. We only drink water
2. We do not eat: refined salt & sugar (the white stuff!)
3. We do not eat highly processed foods (Examples: Doritos,
Fritos, fruit by the foot etc.)
12:30 to 1pm: Tee times Play 9 holes of golf
3:20: Return to the clubhouse or practice green for review and objective feedback from the nine holes of golf. Pick up at 3:30pm.
Master Golf Instructor & Performance Coach
North Shore Elite Golf Performance Academy