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2024 Junior Girls Camp Tocumwal

Open to girls between the age of 10-16 with or without a handicap, the camp aims to build friendships, support and develop all aspects of their golf game and have fun. The camp provides a great opportunity for girls to meet other young girls from around the State with a passion for golf! The girls will be under the guidance of PGA teaching professionals and Golf Australia staff for the duration of the camp. Throughout the three days girls will cover long game, pitching, chipping, bunkers, putting, strength and conditioning and course management. Nighttime activities will include games and team building activities.

SWGA is funding 8 girls through a grant received from Vic Health Jump Start 2023.

The following juniors are going to attend.

Ivy Timmins, Lucy Joyce, Tahni Muscat, Izzy Law, Lila Kierr, Mathena Chan, Maeve Cromer, and Chloe Budzynski

The camp has always been a way for girls to make friends with other girl golfers and form friendships for life.

With the aim of connecting girls and providing opportunities for friendships to flourish as well as improve golf skills, the camp will consist of a mix of skills practice and on-course play, plus non-golf related activities.

Camp program is designed to grow girls’ knowledge, skills and experiences, foster their love of the game, and help them build critical social connections with other girls who have a burgeoning interest in the game.

Coaching, delivered by PGA professionals and Golf Australia community instructors, will focus on key elements of the game including long game, pitching, chipping, bunkers, putting, warm-up and movement, and course play all delivered through fun, game-based coaching.

Off-course sessions will explore various topics such as team building, mindfulness, social connectivity, or leadership.

We look forward to seeing these girls become role models and leaders for future junior golf programs.