Professional Golf Management Student or equal level of experience
Solid understanding of Rules of Golf & Etiquette
Desire to work with junior golfers
Willingness to team with other counselors in instruction and supervision
Strong Verbal and Organizational Skills
Assist in conducting overnight and day golf camps
Organize weekly camp golf tournaments
Assist with instruction of fundamentals of golf
Supervision of junior golfers during free time
Assist in production of instructional video tapes given to campers
Mid-May through mid-August
Typical work week is 6 days
Weekly stipend based on education and experience
Room & Board provided during camps.
Living accommodations are shared dormitory rooms in the Academy.
The only meals not covered are during times off.
Golf shirts provided
Playing & practice privileges on the 27-hole Legend’s of Indiana Golf Course and Indiana Golf Foundation Par-3 Dye Course and Academy practice facilities.
The Indiana Golf Foundation was formed in 1994 with a mission of investing in the future of the game of golf through its newest generation of players while celebrating the past history and accomplishments of the many who came before them. The Foundation opened the Gongaware Golf Academy in June of 2001 with the vision of educating young people on the skills and honor of the game of golf. The Academy is located in the Indiana Golf Office complex which houses the administrative offices of Indiana Golf Foundation, Indiana Golf Association, Indiana Section PGA, Indiana Golf Hall of Fame, Indiana Women’s Golf Association and the Indiana Junior Golf Program. The Academy will accommodate 48 golfers per camp. A typical camp will cover the fundamentals of all parts of the game, rules of golf, proper golf etiquette and cover the life skills of The First Tee program. Junior Golfers of all abilities levels and economic backgrounds will be attending camps.
Gongaware Golf Academy
Attn: Roger Lundy, PGA
Director of Junior Golf Development
P.O. Box 516
Franklin, IN 46131
Email to: email@example.com