Southern California College Golf Experience
The Southern California College Golf Experience provides junior golfers the opportunities to get in front of college coaches to showcase their talents and ask questions, as well as have an amazing camp experience. All which are essential to playing college golf.
Featuring Loyola Marymount’s Men’s Head Coach, Jason D’Amore
“Becoming a collegiate golfer is a process that takes hard work and constant communication with college coaches. The latest recruiting rules have made it so there are few opportunities to interact with coaches.
Learn, compete and showcase your talents while interacting with college coaches and players. It’s never too early to start thinking of your golfer’s future.”
Unforgettable Camp Experiences
- Play amazing and renowned So-Cal courses (details below)
- On-course lessons with college coaches and players
- Create a customized wedge system with yardages for your game
- Analyze driver ball flight numbers to optimize specs
- Formulate a game plan for you and your game
- Daily competitions and prizes
Explore College Golf
- Explore a college golfer’s weekly routine
- Help formatting communications to college coaches
- Q&A discussion for Parents and Players with Coaches and Players
- Create your progression from junior to college golf
- LMU campus tour and practice grounds
- Short game challenge at LMU’s practice facility
Live the So Cal Life
- Explore Los Angeles with chaperones
- Beach Experience
- Dodger baseball game (schedule permitting)
- Bowling Night
- Santa Monica Third Street Promenade
- Eat great meals with friends
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Unlike other college golf camps, you play multiple top layouts, receive professional instruction, have continuous interaction with coaches and players and have an amazing all-around experience with new friends. We welcome boys and girls ages 10-18.
Dates: June 19-21 | June 26-28 | July 24-26 | August 14-16
Cost per overnight camper = $899 + Hotel*
*Campers can commute or stay overnight at our partner hotel: Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott in El Segundo, CA.
Single room rate – $175 per night / Double room rate – $100 per night
Our camp will match you up with a roommate if you indicate a double room.
If you are not commuting from the Los Angeles area, we recommend booking flights that arrive LAX Tuesday afternoon between 2 PM and 5 PM and depart LAX on Friday afternoon between 2 PM and 5 PM. Counselors will be at the hotel to greet campers as well as see them off.
Camps are limited to the first 20 registrations.
Registration deadline is seven (7) days before the start of camp. Registrations cancelled within seven (7) days incur a $500 fee.
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Jason D’Amore is in his third season as the Head Coach of the LMU Men’s Golf Program. Jason played professional golf and is a former member of the Canadian and Web.com Tours. Coach D’Amore is an alum of the LMU golf program as well as an inductee to the LMU Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2015. He is the only player in LMU golf history to be a First-Team All-WCC selection all four years at LMU. He had two collegiate wins and helped lead the team to the 2006 NCAA Finals, including a WCC Championship. Jason now lives in Redondo Beach, CA with his wife Megan, and their son Bennett.
Camp Counselors – Click here for a list of LMU Players.
Rustic Canyon Golf Course – Practice and play at what was named as the best valued tee time in the U.S. A links style course designed by Gil Hanse just outside of Los Angeles plays host to SCGA Amateur Championships and a number of junior tournaments.
Rancho Park Golf Course – Practice and play at the historic Los Angeles City golf course designed by William Bell that has hosted PGA and Senior PGA Events. It’s the 2nd busiest course in the United States for a reason!
Wilson Golf Course – Practice and play at this George C. Thomas design that hosts the Los Angeles City Championships and the Los Angeles City High School Championships.
Olivas Links Golf Course – Practice and play at this links design that’s hosted California State Open and SCGA Championship qualifiers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What transportation does the camp provide?
A: Resident Campers – When you arrive at LAX, take the free Fairfield Inn & Suites Marriott El Segundo shuttle to the hotel. The camp then provides all transportation throughout the week, including back to LAX on Friday.
Commuting Campers – Can be dropped off and picked up at hotel or can work with camp staff to workout a transportation schedule. Please call Jason to discuss logistics. All transportation is provided in 15-passenger vans.
Q: What should a camper bring?
A: Campers should bring golf clubs, golf balls for four rounds, gloves, rain gear, sunscreen, cell phone, clothing – golf and evening attire (casual), and any personal needs.
Q: What kinds of food do campers eat?
A: Campers will enjoy a full breakfast with a hearty lunch and dinner. No dorm food will be served.
Q: What might campers bring money for?
A: Campers should bring money or a credit card for golf course apparel and gifts as well as trip incidentals.
Q: What activities are included outside of golf?
A: Examples of evening activities include: bowling night, 3rd Street Promenade and Santa Monica Pier night.
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