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Glenview National 9


2800 West Lake Ave.


New! Junior Golf Camps


Glenview National 9 Golf Club and Kinetic Performance Center (KPC) have teamed up to bring a new level of junior golf camp programming as well as fun well-rounded athletic training for kids.


Our new Junior Golf Camps will help your child increase his/ her golf skills and increase skills in other sports such as baseball, hockey and lacrosse. As their proficiency improves, so will their confidence and enthusiasm for golf and sports.


Instructors are PGA professionals with Titleist Performance Institute certifications in Golf Instruction, Junior Development and Biomechanics. The camp utilizes only the most cutting-edge technology available on the market and train all campers with the same equipment used on the PGA and LPGA Tour. Junior training equipment ranges from top of the line junior golf clubs, Snag golf gear, SkilZ training equipment, AMM 3D Motion Capture System, TrackMan Launch Monitor and High Speed Video Analysis.


Cyclone Camp —


Campers learn the basics of putting, chipping, and full swing while working with a variety of different, fun, age-appropriate activities. The game of golf is brought to life with SNAG golf equipment, great golf games, and kid-friendly on-course challenges. Golf clubs are available for use during the camp if your young golfer is new to the game! (D) WHO: ages 5 to 8 yrs.; MAX/MIN: 12/6 ID#


DAY/TIME


537980-A 537980-B 537980-C 537980-D


M-Th 9 am-12 pm M-Th 9 am-12 pm M-Th 9 am-12 pm M-Th 9 am-12 pm


FEE: $349 (no additional NR fee)


Smash Camp — PGA and LPGA players were great athletes in a variety of sports before they became the best golfers in the world! Junior golfers learn the precision skills needed to excel at golf and a variety of other sports. Golf skills covered include putting, green reading, chipping, advanced short game shots, bunker play, and multiple full swing shots. Juniors learn how to further their golf and athletic development at home with other power/skill training exercises and games. Golf clubs are available if your young golfer is new to the game! (D) WHO: ages 9 to 13 yrs.; MAX/MIN: 12/6 ID#


DAY/TIME


> Resident priority registration begins: Jan. 9 General registration begins: Jan. 23


> Please register your camper according to his/her current grade level during the 2011-12 school year (unless age/grade level is otherwise indicated).


> No additional non-resident fees!


> Registration deposit (D) accepted through April 1 for all camps that cost $150 or more.


> 4 ways to register: online at glenviewparks.org, in person, via fax or by mail using the registration form in this brochure.


537981-A 537981-B 537981-C


M-Th 9 am-12 pm M-Th 9 am-12 pm M-Th 9 am-12 pm


FEE: $349 (no additional NR fee)


Excel Camp — Learn what it takes to compete at the highest level in junior golf, high school golf, and beyond! Improve your golf swing and quickly reach success with the game of golf. Excel campers get a game evaluation including 3D biomechanical analysis, TrackMan Launch Characteristics, high speed video analysis, golf specific fitness evaluation, personalized workout routine, vision, visualization, and depth perception testing. Clinics will cover putting, chipping, short game strategy, bunker play, full swing, body sequencing, impact, and much more! Our experts will also devise a plan of attack for effective, individual improvement. (D) WHO: ages 13 to 17 yrs.; MAX/MIN: 12/4 ID#


DAY/TIME


537982-A 537982-B


M-Th 9 am-1 pm M-Th 9 am-1 pm


FEE: $449 (no additional NR fee) 26 | glenviewparks.org


BEG/END 6/25-6/28 7/23-7/26


BEG/END 6/18-6/21 7/16-7/19 8/6-8/9


BEG/END 6/11-6/14 7/9-7/12 7/30-8/3 8/13-8/16


pure fun


National 9 Camps Supervisor:


Blake Manhart, (224) 521-2023, blake.manhart@glenviewparks.org


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