Nike Junior Golf Camps, Morningstar Golf Club
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Nike Junior Golf Camps
Nike Junior Golf Camps in Indianapolis are hosted by Morningstar Golf Club under the direction of Steve Seibel. With two program options to choose from, we accommodate junior golfers of all skill levels and experience.
Full Day Camps
These camps are an excellent opportunity for junior golfers to improve their skills and their course management at the same time. Full Day campers enjoy three hours of instruction each morning. The morning sessions focuses on all facets of the game and prepares the junior player for the challenges of the course. After a lunch, it’s off to play the course. During course play professionals teach strategy, etiquette and course management.
Half Day Camps
Half Day Camps run Monday through Thursday from 9:00am-Noon and include fifteen hours of total range instruction. For three hours each day, campers sharpen their skills with strong emphasis on the fundamentals—stance, grip, posture, full swing, rules & etiquette. As the week unfolds, campers receive quality short-game instruction and by Friday, each Nike junior golfer will see improvement in his or her golf game!
- Small group instruction with low student/teacher ratio from experienced teaching professionals
- Three hours of practice with our experienced staff covering all facets of the game; putting, chipping/pitching, full-swing
- Daily course play with staff (full day camps only)
- Camper amenity package including a Nike hat, drawstring bag, one dozen SRIXON balls, camp workbook, and graduation certificate
- A healthy and positive learning environment designed to help every camper get better!
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Camp Director Steve Seibel
Steve has been a PGA Member since 1983. A graduate of Ball State University, he has an excellent playing record including an NCAA ranking in 1975 - 47th in the nation, a participant in the NCAA Golf Championship 1972-1975 and received a national ranking all four years of college.View Steve Seibel's Bio ⟩
In addition to his playing career, Steve has coached the Warren Township Middle School and High School Boys and Girls golf teams, and is a certified video and computer swing analyst, and golf club custom fitting specialist.
Coach Chris Seibel
Graduate of Tennessee State University - Nashville, TN Bachelor Degree in Human Performance and Sports Science 2010 TSU Athlete of the Year, and MVP for the Men's Golf Team, OVC First Team. PGAView Chris Seibel's Bio ⟩
Graduate of Tennessee State University - Nashville, TN
Bachelor Degree in Human Performance and Sports Science
2010 TSU Athlete of the Year, and MVP for the Men's Golf Team, OVC First Team.
PGA National Minority Champion with a career low of 66, 72.8 scoring average, 5 top-5 finishes, 8 top-ten finishes.
Played in nine events...Shot a career low of 69 in the third round of
the Ohio Valley Conference Championship (4/29/09)... Managed an average of 74.6 for the season... Registered two top 10 finishes, and three top 20 finishes...Named OVC Golfer of the Week (3/35/09)
Appeared in all seven events... Shot a season low of 70... Shot an average of 77.2 for the season...Tallied a top five, a top 10, and top 20 finish.
At Warren Central High School:
Played varsity for four years...Two time MVP...Four time All-County...Had eight top-ten finishes...Ranked 15th in the state as a freshman...Ranked sixth as a senior.
This program is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 16 (vary by program). The staff is on hand to provide campers with top quality instruction each day. At Nike Junior Golf Camps we accommodate all skill levels and, upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.Show Less See More Camp Details
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the spring.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00am Instruction - practice on skills and fundamentals; grip, stance, posture, pitching, putting, bunker play and full swing
- Noon Lunch (included in full day camp price, half day campers depart)
- 1:00pm Course play with staff. On-course instruction on club selection, course management, rules and etiquette
- 4:00pm Full day campers depart
Morningstar Golf Course
Morningstar has the reputation of having the smallest and most undulating greens in Indiana. Bunkers, water hazards and narrow fairways provide enough of a challenge for every golfer. At 6,500 yards from the back tees Morningstar may seem benign, but those who know better say it is best to come to play with a good short game! Morningstar is one of Golf For Women magazine's "Top 100 Fairways for Women".
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Love the camp
Love the camp and the instructors! Wish we had a little more information upfront - e.g., emails going out before hand from the actual instructors, details on what happens during weather issues, more information about lunch and what to expect. But otherwise, my kid loved this camp! Steve Seibel was a great instructor, gave good yet constructive criticism! We will definitely be signing up for this camp again!
— Avi M. Parent
Good First Camp
"As a first year Nike Camp, I was impressed with Steve's patience and dedication to helping the campers. He did a great job with organization and my son learned a lot."
— Mallory S. Parent
Will Send Again Next Year
"I had a great camp week. My parents will send me again next year!"
— Tim N. Camper
Exceeded My Expectations!
"My child enjoyed this camp very much! I thought the staff were great and they were genuinely sincere with helping my 7 year old. It was just a great week that was above and beyond my expectation!!!!!!!"
— Jay C. Parent
Thank you to my Coaches
"This camp has already cut five strokes off my score. Thank you Coach Mayer, Al Jennings, Corey Zedonis, Coach McCants, Coach Fleck for providing the instruction."
— Ilze T. Camper
Improvements Could Be Made
"Our son had a positive experience and learned some great basic skills. I was a little disappointed that it was only 4 days for $200. I know the instructors loved to teach the boys, but I felt there was some lack of Professionalism that I expected from a camp with Nike sponsoring the camp. He did learn though, considering it was his first camp."