Pradogy Golf and Broken Tee Golf recently hosted a one-day golf camp on Wednesday, May 31, offering young golfers between the ages of 8 and 14 an opportunity to learn and develop their skills. Led by Head Golf Coach David Briones, along with former college players and high school athletes, the camp proved to be a resounding success, drawing a great turnout from the community.
David Briones shares that the purpose of the camp was to promote college golf. Showing young kids they can make it to the college level!
“Our former golfers who are now playing college golf assisted with the camp.”
Coach Briones expressed his delight with the summer golf tournament and extended his gratitude to all the participants who made the event a memorable one. He particularly thanked the former players who are currently excelling at the college level and this year’s golf commitments. Their presence and contributions greatly enriched the camp experience for the young golfers, inspiring them to pursue their passion for the sport.
The Tony Butler Golf Course served as a great local venue for the camp, providing a great field for learning and practice. Coach Briones expressed his appreciation to the course and Jeff Hart for their support and for graciously allowing the camp to take place. As a show of community spirit, he also encouraged everyone to come out and support the local golf course, which hosted its own camp the following week.
The one-day golf camp at Tony Butler Golf Course not only fostered skill development but also offered a fun and engaging experience for participants. Aspiring golfers had the opportunity to receive instructions and guidance from experienced coaches and accomplished players, allowing them to gain valuable insights and improve their techniques. The camp aimed to inspire a love for the sport while instilling discipline, teamwork, and sportsmanship among the young golfers.
Coach Briones to providing the opportunity for the local community’s youth to explore and develop their potential in golf. Briones thanks all those that attended and made it possible.