Campers will meet at Park to travel by bus to the Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course where the PGA golf professionals are sure to inspire a love for this great lifelong game.
Starting New at Golf uses special equipment to help kids learn the basics of golf. At SNAG, campers will develop their swings using plastic golf clubs with over-sized heads and miniature tennis balls to develop the skill of hitting the ball. Playing golf is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination, decision-making skills, and self-confidence. In the afternoon, campers will return to the Park School campus for a swim and an afternoon group game to end the day. Come and take a swing at it! No prior experience with golf is necessary.
Grades K - 2 Only
Get a grip on your golf swing! In this program for young, aspiring golfers of all skill levels, campers will receive expert training from PGA-certified instructors. Our professionals will demonstrate and teach the fundamentals of the game, emphasizing technique, equipment, rules and etiquette. In the afternoon, campers will return to the Park School campus for a swim and an afternoon group game to end the day. At the end of each week, campers will venture out on the course! This program is a surefire ticket to many fun-filled, sunny days on the links!
Grades 3 - 8 Only
Tom Ellis - 5th summer at Park
Tom, a PGA member since 2005, was named the head professional at Robert T. Lynch Municipal Golf Course in Brookline in the spring of 2012. He spent three seasons as a PGA professional at Salem Country Club and ten years as a PGA Professional with the TPC Network, three of which as Head Professional at TPC Boston. Tom enjoys promoting the game with the goal in mind that students improve while enjoying the learning process.