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Chicago School of Golf’s Summer Camp @ Buffalo Grove Golf Course
Golf is moving into a new era especially with the youth group. More kids are enrolling in golf than ever before.
Why do kids love our camp? All kids leave feeling like they have accomplished new skills. They feel they are improving at something while spending time with friends and playing games. The kids will be rewarded for doing a good job and learn to enjoy friendly competition.
Our summer camp takes learning to the next level with game based learning and skill acquisition development. We were the first school to implement the deliberate play model into golf camps in the Mid West.
Your child will experience multiple different stations each day, be given a booklet to work through, and have before & after swing videos taken.

Camp is 4 or 5 days a week.

Levels are age suggested. If your child is more experienced we will change the level to be skill appropriate.
Level 1 (Ages 5-7) — Learns the fundamentals, and understands the importance of safety, rules and etiquette, with our PGA team.
Level 2 (Ages 8-10) – Some playing experience beginners to intermediate participants learn and apply basic golf skills and develop shot techniques.
Level 3 (Ages 11-13) – Play and instruction with our PGA team develops and improves decision-making, the mental game and scoring skills.
Level 4 (Ages 11 and up) – Must have be able to walk 9-holes. Take your game to the next level. Participants will play 9-holes 3 times days during the week.
Highschool “aka” – Level 5 (Ages 13 and up) – For older kids with some experience who want to learn golf or seasoned players who would like to continue expanding their skills . They will play 18- holes everyday during the week.

Week 1: June 10 – June 14
Week 2: June 17 – June 21
Week 3: June 24 – June 28
Week 4: July 1 – July 5
Week 5: July 8 – July 12
Week 6: July 15 – July 19
Week 7: July 22 – July 26
Week 8: July 29 – August 2
Week 9: August 5 – August 9
Week 10: August 12 – August 16

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