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Summer Camps at Pine Ridge

Ages 7 to 16 8:50-2:00
$400/Week if registered and Paid in Full before June 15
$425/week if registered and paid after June 15

Six, week-long camps Monday-Friday) held in June, July and August
Small Group Instruction (6 Campers per coach)
Coaches are Positive Coaching Alliance and AHA First Aid Certified
Safety is emphasized
We make it fun!


Our goal is to establish a solid foundation for each junior whether brand new to the game or a more experienced player. Our approach to the game is two-fold. The fundamentals will be stressed everyday so that every participant will have learned the importance of a good grip, set-up, posture, alignment, short game and full swing fundamentals. We also emphasize the "play" aspect of the game. Some juniors are more competitive than others. We encourage and challenge these children in different ways than we might juniors who are not so competitive in nature. We hope that each junior completes camp with a love for the game that will last a lifetime.

 
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General Camp Schedule:

8:55-9:05 AM Sign-in, order lunch, daily pairings
9:05-12:00 PM Fundamentals Stations and Golf Fitness: putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers, full swing irons and woods, skills challenges/video/specialty shots.
12:00- 12:30 PM Lunch with daily topic: rules, etiquette, mental game, maintaining equipment, pre-shot routine.
12:30-2:00 PM Play on course or preparation for on course play

 

Junior Clinics at Pine Ridge

Junior Chipper Clinics
for young players (Ages 4 to 6) who are new to the game
Saturdays $20/Clinic

CLINIC CONTENT

Fundamental golf skills-putting, chipping, and full swing
Clinics supervised by Julieta Stack, Director of Instruction.
Safety emphasized
Basic etiquette and golf rules
Tips for parents to help you practice and play with your junior
Clubs provided if needed

 

rookie/player clinics
for juniors who are new to golf

Saturdays $15/clinic

CLINIC CONTENT

Fundamentals of the grip, aim, stance
Swing skills associated with chipping, putting, and full swing
Introduction to the basic rules of golf and golf etiquette
Clubs provided if needed
Weekly clinics are limited to the first ten students who register
Parents are responsible for payment if the student registers and fails to attend

 

Wizard Clinics
juniors AGES 12 TO 17 WHO HAVE experience
Saturdays year round $15/Clinic

Weekly clinics are limited to the first 15 students who register. Parents are responsible for payment, if the student registers for a clinic and fails to attend. On course play following clinics is optional. Players are responsible for reserving their own Tee times.

These clinics are designed for junior golfers who are interested in playing in tournaments, on high school teams, or with friends and family in social situations. We strive to cultivate a love for the game of golf that will last a lifetime.

CLINIC CONTENT
Each clinic focuses on an important aspect of player development.

Drills
Video Analysis
Golf Fitness
Range Work (depending on weather)
Clinics held year round

 

On Course Opportunity $5 Rounds of Golf - youth on course

Sign up with with MSGA and pay $5 per round for your junior golfer at hundreds of participating courses including Pine Ridge during stated times. You also receive a free USGA handicap card for your junior.




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Girls ages 6 to 16 all levels of experience
Wednesdays 6:30-7:30
$10/Clinic

Clinic Content

Focus on fundamentals of grip, aim, stance and swing mechanics
Introduction to the basic rules of golf and golf etiquette
Non-competitive program develops skills for competitive play
On course play when course traffic allows
Monthly skills contests with prizes
Monthly parties at the end of clinic
Clubs provided if needed. Please request in advance
Site Director and Lead Instructor: Julieta Stack, BGA Director of Instruction, LPGA Teaching & Club Professional

LPGA*USGA Girls golf at Pine Ridge is sponsored by McCormick

LPGA*USGA Girls golf at Pine Ridge is sponsored by McCormick

 
Rookie/Player Clinic
 
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Wizard Clinic Participants

Wizard Clinic Participants

 
2019 USGA*LPGA Girls Golf at Pine Ridge

2019 USGA*LPGA Girls Golf at Pine Ridge


Junior Leagues at Pine Ridge

rookie/player Development league
Practices: Saturday April 27, May 4, May 11 5:00-6:00
Matches: Saturday May 18, June 1, June 8 5:00-6:30
$150

for juniors ages 7 to 11

Introduces and develops Juniors, who are newer to the game, to competitive golf and the Jr. League format. Our goal is to prepare these athletes to compete on one of our PGA Jr. League Teams in the future. Most of the players in this league will have some experience.

Package includes:

Team Jersey
3 Practice Sessions led by BGA Coaches with assistance from parent volunteers
3 5-Hole Matches overseen by BGA Coaches and parent volunteers
Matches held at either Pine Ridge or Mount Pleasant


PGA Junior League Golf at Pine Ridge (PGA JLG) $225
Players must be registered with PGA Jr League Golf

PINE RIDGE TEAMS - CAPTAIN: JULIETA STACK, LPGA (COACH J)
PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE 17U AGES 14 TO 17 (LIMIT 8 PLAYERS)SUNDAYS 4:00 APRIL-JUNE

PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE 13U AGES 9 TO 13 (LIMIT 14 PLAYERS) TEAM FILLED

PGA Jr. League provides a fun, team-oriented approach to learning and enjoying golf. Boys and girls of all skill levels learn and play the game with expert coaching and guidance from PGA/LPGA Professional Captains, wear numbered jerseys, and compete on teams with friends in a two-person scramble format that encourages mentoring and builds confidence.






PGA JLG at Pine Ridge - essential information from COACH J

Pine Ridge Teams compete in matches against teams from other facilities within the Baltimore area.
Scramble format as opposed to stroke-play competition means players experience Less Stress and More Fun!
Each hole should be played in 15 minutes or less
Players should be able to walk 9 holes carrying clubs or using a pull cart
Some experience is required. Players should have played at least twelve, 9-hole rounds prior to playing on this PGA JLG team.

Parents and players must read Tips from Coach J

 
2018 ROOKIE/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

2018 ROOKIE/PLAYER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE

 
2019 PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE TEAM - THE PINE RIDGE LONGSHOTS

2019 PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE TEAM - THE PINE RIDGE LONGSHOTS

congratulations Pine Ridge Longshots!

PGA Junior League - 13u Final Standings

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tournaments

 
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2019 baltimore junior golf tour - Presented by Classic 5 Golf and MECU

  • The first of 9 Events takes place on June 17 at Clifton Park Golf Course.

  • Events are intended to provide junior golfers of all ages with an opportunity for competitive golf at Baltimore’s municipal golf courses.

  • Events take place on Mondays in June, July and August. Start time is 1:00.

  • To compete in any of the scheduled events players must become a BJGT Member. Memberships are $25.00.

  • BJGT members receive the following: BJGT Hat, BJGT Bag Tag, Sleeve of BJGT Logo Golf Balls, Lunch at each event.

to register and get more information contact: Lawrence Moses, BJGT Director, Lmoses@pga.com 410-243-3500.
to pay for your Junior’s BJGT Membership online,
follow this link.

You will need both of these forms:
* Download a copy of the Baltimore Junior Golf Tour Schedule
here.
* Download the Baltimore Junior Membership Form
here.


Junior golf FAQ

Why register and pay online for BGA programs?
It Saves You Time and Money!
· You can register one or more children by name and all at one time.
· Clinic prices are lower for students who register and pay online.

What is the cost of private lessons?
Fees vary by instructor but usually range between $35.00 and $50.00 for 30 minutes.

What is the cost of clinics?
Prices vary by course but typically range from $10 to $20/golfer/clinic, if paid online. Prices increase by $5 when paid at the course on the day of the clinic.

What is the cost of summer camps?
$400/camper/week
$425/camper/week late registration. (After June 15)

What is the cost of equipment?
• Prices range from $20.00 per club to $400.00 for a more advanced junior set.
• Good sets costing between $100.00 and $200.00 are the norm.

 

Do juniors have to bring equipment or can they borrow equipment from BGA?
We provide equipment for use during clinics and camps, if needed. Please request in advance.

How many lessons are needed before juniors can go on the course?
The answer varies with ability but usually 4-8 private lessons or 4-8 clinics are enough to get them on the course. During summer camp, course time is built into every day.

How old do juniors have to be to start in BGA programs?
• Private lessons are open to any age.
• There are BGA clinics for every age group, beginning with Junior Chippers, ages 4 to 6.

Are BGA instructors certified by a professional organization?
• Members of our primary teaching staff are either LPGA, PGA, or USGTF accredited.
• BGA Coaches, who help with clinics and camps complete training programs that include safety and skills.
• BGA Coaches are Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coaches and AHA First Aid Certified.
• Background checks are required for everyone over age 18 who assists with BGA Juniors.

Positive coaching alliance

Baltimore Golf Academy is a proud partner of the Positive Coaching Alliance. All BGA Coaches are Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coaches and AHA First Aid Certified. Our Coaching Staff is fully prepared to help our students achieve their personal and athletic goals.

BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE
PCA Double Goal Coaches model and teach players respect through Honoring the Game. Players focus on mastering the game, which leads to greater effort, learning and improved athletic performance.

PCA Double Goal Coaches

  • Teach players the skills and strategy of the game

  • Model and demonstrate respect for the tradition of the game and for all who are involved - opponents, officials and other players.

  • Encourage their players to focus on their effort and personal improvement, rather than simply on the results of the game.

  • Believe that honoring the game contributes to a growing sense of responsibility and maturing moral reasoning that helps athletes prepare to become contributing citizens of the larger community.

 
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