Develop Your Golf Game and Have Fun!
Crimson Junior Golf Camp @ Ritz-Carlton Members Club Sarasota Jan 1 - 3, 2016 The Ritz-Carlton Members Club Sarasota: 15150 70th Terrace E, Bradenton, FL 34202
The goal of these three-day winter camps is two-fold: to help participants enhance all aspects of their golf game in a positive and fun environment and educating participants about the collegiate process. Participants will receive skill-building instruction for putting, chipping, bunkers, pitching, and full swing, along with golf etiquette education and course management training. To assist with the development of a well-rounded student-athlete, the camp will focus on golf-related drills and exercises along with informational sessions on various topics. Values such as respect, sportsmanship, and integrity through life lessons in golf will also be prioritized and discussed. Camps are open to boys and girls of all ages and abilities.
Dates: Jan 1 - 3, 2016 (Fri - Sun) Times: Jan 1 - 4:00pm – 5:00pm / Jan 2 - 3 12:00pm – 5:00pm Ages: All ages and abilities (12 max)
Cost: $800 per person, payable through this website. Course fees are included, and water and light snacks will be provided. Harvard Men’s and Women’s Assistant Coaches Curtis Rhoads and/or Naree Song will instruct the camp. The number of coaches will depend on the final number of camp participants. If you have further questions please email CrimsonGolfCamps@gmail.com or contact Naree Song at (407) 454-0111 or Curtis Rhoads at (925) 899-2993. Upon signing up a registration packet will be emailed to you.
Cancellation Policy: 50% of camp fees will be refunded to you if you notify us at least 7 days in advance of the start date of camp by emailing CrimsonGolfCamps@gmail.com
Camp Motto: Have Fun!! (The more students enjoy their camp experience, the more golf they will want to play)
Coach Naree Song
Naree began her golf career at the age of seven and quickly became one of the top junior golfers in the world. She won her first professional event, The Thailand Ladies Open, at the age of 14. She also went on to win three AJGA major championships and became a two-time AJGA First Team All-American. She competed in her first U.S Women's Open at the age of 14 where she took Low-Amateur honors. Naree attended University of Florida at the age of 17 and after one semester, turned professional and competed on the Symetra and LPGA Tours, winning one event on the Symetra Tour in 2004. Due to injury she retired from professional golf. Naree resumed her college education at Rollins College and holds a B.A in English and a Master's degree in Human Resources Management. She joined the Harvard women’s golf team for the 2015-16 season as an Assistant Coach.
Coach Curtis Rhoads
PGA Professional Curtis Rhoads competed as a junior and amateur golfer and was a member of the University of Southern California golf team for four years. As an Assistant Professional at the Olympic Club, he organized and facilitated junior camps for 10 years. Curtis joined the Harvard men’s golf team for the 2014-15 season as Assistant Coach.