Jayhawk Golf Day Camp Session 1
2021 JAYHAWK GOLF CAMPS
Day Camp: Designed to meet the needs of junior golfers of all ages and abilities. All campers receive individual and group skill instruction covering every aspect of the game. Campers will go through some of the same drills used by the nationally ranked KU golf team designed to develop skills, build confidence and appreciate competition.
Registration: All registration will take place online.
Camp Size Limits: Day Camp will be limited to the first 40 registered per session. Campers will be organized by age and ability levels for more effective instruction.
Refund policy: Refunds will be given up until June 1st, but a $100 administrative fee will be applied. After June 1st, no refunds will be applied.
Staff: The Jayhawk Golf Camp will be directed by University of Kansas Head Men's Golf Coach Jamie Bermel and Men's Associate Head Coach, Chris Wilson.
Clothing & Equipment: Each camper will be expected to have their own golf clubs, golf bag and balls. Golf Attire is expected to be worn during camp.
Meals & Snacks: Lunch, snacks and a hydration station will be provided daily.
Pool Party & Dinner: After camp on Monday June 14, 2021, we will host all campers for dinner and fun at The Jayhawk Club swimming pool.
Health & Safety: Full time coaches and counselors will be available to help ensure the safety of each student during camp sessions. Camp counselors will be University of Kansas golf team members along with other college coaches and players.
COVID-19: Camp will follow all Douglas County and University of Kansas safety guidelines and expectations. More information will be provided prior to camp start date.
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. A doctor is on call, and hospital and student 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.
NCAA Guidelines: NCAA Guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (transportation, camp tuition, spending money, etc.) by any representatives of the University of Kansas’ 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.