A combination of team building, golf instruction, and playing the game all indoors at our Club14 Windham facility. Program is appropriate for ages 6-12, players will be grouped by skill level.
February camp runs 9 am - 1 pm; Mon Feb 25th - Friday March 1st and the cost is $250/student for the entire week bookings can be made via email to . Extended hours and afternoon care can be provided upon request.
Our summer camp program runs each week starting mid-June through August. Its comprised of two parts, a morning session at Club14 which will include 1 hour of small group instruction as part of the regular program.
For afternoons students will be bused to a local outdoor golf facility where they will play a course, hit the driving range, play putt putt or all three! The program will be a combination of team building, golf instruction, and playing the game similar to our February program. Morning and afternoon will switch throughout the week so half day students will experience both onsite and offsite programs.
This camp is appropriate for ages 6-12, and players will be grouped by skill level. Hours will be 9am - 5pm with extended hours available upon request.
The cost for a half day program is $249/week and the full day program is $399/student/week and spots can be reserved each week via email to
Early bird discount: Bookings made with a non-refundable $50 deposit by 3/1/2019 will save $25/week off published rates
All summer long discount: Students who book at least 8 of the available 12 summer weeks by 3/1/19 will save $50/week off published rates.
**If a week is cancelled by Club14 due to low enrollment, deposits will be returned**
Sample Weekly Themes (actual themes may vary)
Week 1 (June 17 - 21)
Golf Basics: Students will learn the rules of the game, the history of golf, and be review introductory skills
Week 2 (June 24 - 28)
Mechanics of Golf: Students will learn a variety of effective swing techniques and build small scale mechanical models to test theories on ways to improve a swing.
Golf for fun: Learn about the different ways golf can be played and scored. Students will spend each day playing with a different scoring technique. Students will also work together to invent a brand new way to play and score a game and play their new method on the final day.
Week 4 (July 8 - 12)
How to teach: Explore different teaching techniques of golf and other sports. Students will be encouraged to teach each other what they know and how they learned it. Instructors will try different techniques with each student group and compare at the end of the week to see what was the most successful.