Nike Junior Golf Camps, Diamond Bar Golf Course
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Nike Junior Golf Camps
Get better this summer at our new junior golf camps in Southern California. Hosted by long-time camp director, Jeff Hirose, these programs at Diamond Bar GC are designed to improve your game regardless of skill level.
Full Day Camps
The Full Day Camps run 9:00am to 3:00pm. Under the watchful eye of the instruction staff, each morning the campers practice all aspects of their games including putting, chipping, bunker play and full-swing. The morning session is followed by lunch and afternoon course play with the staff.
Half Day Camps
For three hours each day, campers sharpen their skills with the staff, made up of experienced teaching professionals. Strong emphasis is placed on the fundamentals—stance, grip, posture, full swing, rules & etiquette, etc. 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! These programs run from 9:00am-12:00pm each day.
- Small group instruction with low student/teacher ratio from experienced teaching professionals
- Morning instruction focusing on putting, chipping, pitching and full swing
- Daily course play with the staff (Full Day Camp only)
- Camper amenity package including a Nike hat, drawstring bag, one dozen SRIXON golf balls, camp workbook and graduation certificate
- Safe, healthy and fun learning environment
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Camp Director Jeff Hirose
Jeffrey Hirose is a US Kids Certified, PGA Apprentice and Certified Titleist Performance Institute Instructor who brings a life-long enthusiasm to teaching the game of golf.View Jeff's Bio ⟩
His background includes a decade of professional golf instruction at all levels of learning at several Southern California Courses. Jeff will bring in-depth knowledge and firmly believe that golf instruction should be enjoyable for all golfers. Previously Jeff served as Camp Director for Nike Junior Golf Camps at Scholl Canyon Golf Course.
This program is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 16. The Nike Junior Golf Camp staff is on hand to provide campers with top quality instruction each day. At Nike Junior Golf Camps we accommodate all skill levels; the junior player just discovering the game, the high school player trying to move up on the team, and the tournament level junior looking to improve his or her tournament results. 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, day campers depart)
- 12:45pm Course play with staff. Focus on strategy, course management, shot selection, rules and etiquette
- 3:00pm Full Day campers depart
Diamond Bar Golf Course
Located just minutes away from the 57, 60, 71, 10, and 210 freeways, Diamond Bar Golf Course is a convenient distance from a number of Southern California communities, including Los Angeles Country, Orange County, and the Inland Empire. Designed by prolific course architect William F. Bell, Diamond Bar’s three tees have provided golfers with a superior experience since 1963, earning the title of “Best Municipal Course” from Golf Digest. Diamond Bar Golf Course was honored with the Los Angeles County Course of the Year Award for 2012.
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"Scholl Canyon Junior golf camp was quite exceptional, great instructor Jeff!"
— Aaron S. Parent (review from Scholl Canyon Camp, 2014)
Thank you Jeff and Clinton!
"Jeff and Clinton were great. My three sons had a great time. We will be come back. A great camp that helps improve the golfing ability of young players."
— Rebecca M. Parent (review from Scholl Canyon Camp, 2014)