Coffee Creek Golf Club plans Fall Break Junior Golf Camp

COFFEE CREEK JUNIOR GOLF Modified: October 1, 2012 at 2:34 pm •  Published: October 1, 2012

EDMOND -- Coffee Creek Golf Club is pleased to introduce its inaugural “Fall Break Junior Golf Camp,“ one of the few such camps available for young golfers during the Edmond Public Schools fall break holiday.

This new and improved fall camp will take place Oct. 10-12 and is available to kids ages 6 and up, with morning and afternoon sessions available to meet the needs of participants and their families.

Traditionally, junior golf camps are held during the summer months, with very few options available once school has started. This camp will fill that void and give kids, as well as their parents, a fun, healthy activity they can rely on during the three-day school holiday.

The fall break camp will focus primarily on PRACTICING golf, and while students will also get solid, easy to understand golf instructions, special emphasis will be given to new and exciting ways to PRACTICE golf.

The camp will consist of three one-hour classes and students will be divided into two groups, ages 6 to 8 and 9 and older.

Over the last year, Coffee Creek Golf Club has been working to develop a junior golf program that goes far beyond what families have come to expect from golf courses! To meet the needs of busy families, Coffee Creek has been striving to develop year around programming, and while the summer junior camp is a large part of that strategy, it’s just one of the many camps and activities Coffee Creek has introduced and established.

Each camp is unique and completely independent from one another, it’s this variety that offers a fresh, new experience for participants! The “Fall Break Junior Golf Camp” will be an excellent addition to the Coffee Creek Golf Club portfolio of junior golf offerings and more amazing activities are in the planning stages.

Coffee Creek Golf Club is committed to redefining junior golf and what golf can do for kids, for families and our entire community.

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