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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

Coffee Creek Golf Club is proud to remain committed to its already established tradition of smaller class sizes and a low student/teacher ratio that is one of the best in the entire state of Oklahoma! A smaller class size helps to promote a safer environment and makes it possible for each student to receive more individual attention and a higher quality of instruction!

Spaces for the 2012 Coffee Creek Golf Club Fall Break Junior Golf Camp are limited. Information sheets and enrollment forms are available at the Coffee Creek Golf Club pro shop, the cost for the camp is $60.

Coffee Creek Golf Club is located at the corner of Coffee Creek and Kelly in Edmond. Questions? Contact Coffee Creek Golf Club, 340-4653.

The instructor will be Tosh Hays, former program firector of the First Tee of Metropolitan Oklahoma City and a member of the Edmond Junior Golf Hall Of Fame.

Due to his work with junior golfers from all across the state, Hays was awarded the prestigious Jim Thorpe “Man Of The Year” award for golf in Oklahoma and has been voted Edmond’s “Most Popular Golf Pro” by the readers of The Edmond Sun.

Tosh has worked with some of the top young golfers in Oklahoma and many of his students have gone on to successful college golf careers at some of the country’s most prominent programs, including Kansas State University, the University Of Oklahoma and college golf powerhouse, Oklahoma State University.

One of Tosh’s current students is Robert Streb, who recently won on the Nationwide Tour, and as a result, has secured his membership on the 2013 PGA Tour.


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