If you are a young golfer who wants to be in line for a college golf scholarship then you should consider signing up for a showcase or sports summer camp. Golf camps will provide you with very specific additional training and development and you get seen by the people that count, the college coaches.

Most golf summer camps cater for either girls or boys of different age groups and skill levels.

Sports camps offer Instruction that is provided by some of the top collegiate golf coaches, PGA and LPGA teaching professionals and current and former college golfers.

There are a lot of great golf camps throughout the country that will help you improve your game including, elite golf clinics, golf instruction camps, golf showcases, college golf camps, college golf prospect camps and summer golf camps most of the year.

Individual attention is usually offered to all golfers and there is plenty of time devoted to actually playing golf.

Instruction at college camps usually focuses on improving the student’s swing, putting, short game, chipping and course management skills.

Many of these summer camps will have college golf coaches coming to watch you play but make sure that you select golf camps that are run by the colleges and the college coach. You will get to see what the coach is looking for and YOU WILL BE SEEN.

I get asked by young golfers all the time, “how can I get the golf coach or scout come to watch me play”?

Well it’s a very simple answer, attend a summer golf camp at the college.

The Downswing:

The downswing is one of the key elements of the game so you need to keep your head in the same position. Start your downswing with the hips and you should keep your head behind the ball until you follow through. Try not use your right hand to in an attempt to generate more power. The power in your golf swing will come from the leverage in the angle between your wrists and the club. Try to hold the angle between the wrists and the club as much as possible so that you can generate maximum power.
If you rush the downswing poor shots and inconsistency will be the result. You need to gradually increase the speed on the downswing and make sure your balance is good and swing well within yourself.

Are you ready for the NEXT STEP!