Session #1: June 24-26, 2019
Golf Camp for Girls at DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Location: Hanover N.H.
Hanover Country Club on the campus of Dartmouth College
Limited to 12 girls per camp
Instructor Ratio 4:1
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Monday: June 24, 2019 (12:00pm-4:00pm)
Tuesday: June 25, 2019 (9:00am-4:00pm)
Wednesday: June 26, 2019 (9:00am-4:00pm)
Tuition Cost Including Boarding $2,450
Check In Monday June 24 10:00am-12:00
Payment: $500 non refundable deposit required at time of registration. Balance due April 1, 2019. No refund after May 1, 2019.
Information session on night of check in.
Overnight boarding 2 nights in Dorms at Dartmouth College
Resident Advisor each night
3 meals each day
Snacks and water
2 Dartmouth Camp Golf Shirts
1 Dartmouth Camp Golf Towel
1 Dartmouth camp water bottle
1 Dartmouth Camp Golf Hat
1 Rules of golf book
1 copy of Playing the Game, inside athletic recruiting in the Ivy League.
45 minutes each day discussion on combining college search process of academics and golf.
End of Camp analysis with Dartmouth Women's Coach Alex Kirk and Boston University Women's Coach Bruce Chalas.
Individual instruction range
Individual instruction on course
Daily use of Hanover CC
Daily use of short game facilities
Daily use of Hanover CC practice course
Situational shot instruction
Course management strategies
Daily Rules of Golf Discussion and Testing
TRACKMAN: Each player will receive Trackman data for each club in bag.
SAM Putt Lab: Each player will receive putting data
Personal game analysis with stated goals for achievement in competition.
A player hits a shot and TRACKMAN measures 26 individual parameters giving the player valuable data regarding their flight and swing which when understood properly, can exponentially improve a players fundamental understanding of ALL the cause and effect relationships which exist in the golf swing.
As you go through the process of beginning to understand the data and feedback which TRACKMAN provides the better your foundation of knowledge will be when trying to assess what happened on each shot but more importantly knowing where your “miss” on the golf course comes from and how to correct it immediately.