Lakewood Ranch High School will host its 7th annual Mustang Golf! Camp for boys and girls ages 6-16 June 15-20 and 22-27 at Rosedale Golf and Country Club, 5100 87th St. East.
The weeklong camp will offer personalized instruction for both male and female beginner, intermediate and advanced junior golfers. Camp instructors include Lakewood boys golf coach Dave Frantz (U.S.G.T.F. Teaching Professional), former Lakewood girls golf coach Greg McGrew. In addition, golfers will receive instruction from Rosedale Head Golf Professional Mike Clayton (Master PGA) and Assistant Professionals Ron Moxom (PGA), Bob Morrow (PGA) and Sue Perkins (USGTF).
Camp sessions will be held from 9 a.m. to Noon and will include practice on the driving range, putting green and short game practice areas. Junior golfers will then play on the course on the Saturday following each weekly camp with an awards presentation and banquet to follow in Rosedale’s Clubhouse Restaurant. In the event of rain, camp sessions will be moved to Lakewood Ranch High, 5500 Lakewood Ranch Blvd.
The Mustang Golf! Camp is $180 per week with nearly a 25% discount available to families with more than one camper or campers who attend both weeks. Players are required to wear shorts with a collared shirt and bring a towel and sunscreen. “Softspikes” golf shoes are encouraged if possible and if not then players are required to wear tennis shoes. Trophies, golf shirts, certificates and other prizes will be awarded to every participant.
For more information contact coach Dave Frantz at 727-6100 ext. 2083 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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