Bill Montigel Golf Camps
Elite Golf Camp
Elite Golf Camp
Ages: 12 - 18 (Max 30 campers)
Time: 7:45am - 4:30pm
Location: Squaw Creek Golf Course
November 9th - 10th
Who is Eligible:
Any young man between 12 and 18 is eligible to attend the camp. Please call the TCU Assistant Golf Coach, Adrien Mork, if you have any further questions, at 817-727-2767. Thirty spots are available for this November Camp.
Camp Size Limits:
Camps size will be limited to the first 30 boys applicants, so register today to reserve a spot. Campers will be organized by age and ability for more effective instruction.
Health & Safety:
Full time Coaches and a dedicated TCU Athletic Trainer will be available to help ensure the safety of each student during camp sessions.
$590 covers all instruction from TCU Coaches, range fees, practice balls, gifts, prizes, snacks, drinks, lunches and green fees expenses.
Arrival & Departure:
Registration and drop off will be from 7:45am to 8:00am and pick up will be approximately 4:30pm at Squaw Creek Golf Club 1605 Ranch House Rd, in Willow Park.
Clothing & Equipment:
You will be required to bring the following: warm golf attire, rain gear, golf bag, clubs and balls.
Lunch, drinks and snacks:
An athletic trainer will be on site and will provide drinks and snacks to participants, making sure everybody is fine. Lunches are included both days.
NCAA Guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (transportation, camp tuition, spending money, etc.) by representatives of any University athletic interests. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admission for prospects (ninth grade or above). If you have any questions, please notify officials prior to camp.
All camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender) after the camp eligibility.
Insurance & Medical:
Accident / Medical coverage for the camp will be provided on an excess of secondary basis. This means that all claims for medical expenses as a result of injuries incurred during camp MUST be sent to the injured child's parent for filing with their insurance carrier. The camp policy will pay for those expenses not paid for under the parent's coverage or if the parent does not have coverage, subject to exclusions. An Athletic Trainer will be on site, hospital and medical facilities are readily accessible. Every effort will be made to protect the health and safety of our campers. The camp assumes no responsibility for accidents or illness.
These activities are not sponsored by, nor do any fees paid accrue to the benefit of TCU, none of which assumes any responsibility for injury or damages to person or property arising out of any occurrence during this activity.