HOOSIER GOLF CAMP
June 22-26, 2014
Overnight Camper - $1125.00 (Boys Only)
Day Camper - $925.00 (Co-Ed, 8 am-9 pm)
All Skill Levels welcome:
Level I - Beginner
Level II - Intermediate
Level III - High School
Level IV - Advanced
FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
TO CONTACT COACH MAYER:
Mail Questions To:
Assembly Hall 1001 East 17th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
All IU Camps Open to Any and All Entrants
Mike Mayer and Indiana University cordially invite junior golfers to Bloomington this summer for a fun-filled week of great golf instruction at one of the most recognized universities in the country.
Coach Mayer and his staff promise to deliver a rewarding experience to beginners and advanced golfers alike. Each day of camp consists of work in four primary areas: full swing,partial swing, short-game (pitching, chipping, and bunker play) and putting. Daily activities also include playing the IU championship and executive courses. Other activities include: video swing analysis, course management strategy, rules and etiquette seminars and NCAA recruiting/scholarship seminars. The camps conclude with a golf tournament followed by an awards ceremony.
Upon arrival, all campers are evaluated by the Director and staff and placed in a program that addresses their own instructional needs.
Mike Mayer - Men's Golf Coach, Indiana University
Coach Mayer took over the IU coaching helm 14 years ago, after a nine year tenure as assistant coach. Under his guidance and recruiting efforts, the Hoosiers are consistently ranked in the top twenty for Division I college golf.
IU enjoyed one of its most successful seasons in 2012, placing in the top five in nine out of 10 tournaments, including a runner-up finish at the Big Ten Championships. The Hoosiers placed five golfers in the top 25 at the Big Ten Championships, headlined by David Mills who finished fourth.
A former Big Ten and Midwest Region Coach of the Year, Mayer has helped develop golfers that have gone on to tremendous success after their Hoosier careers have concluded. Among Mayer's alums:
This two-time Big Ten Player of the Year finished sixth in the PGA Tour's 2010 FedEx Cup
standings, earning him $3.5 million and a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team. He had three
runner-up finishes in 2010, six top-10s, and was the highest placing American in the 2010
British Open (11th). He's earned more than $10 million on the PGA Tour, and had an eighth place
finish in the 2013 season-opening Sony Open in Hawaii.
Another two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, Campillo is playing on the European Tour. He had two top-5 finishes on the Tour a year ago, finishing second at the Avantha Masters and fifth at the Reale Seguros Open in Spain.
In addition to excelling on the course,Mayer’s teams have accomplished great things in the classroom. During his tenure, IU golfers have earned 64 Academic All-Big Ten honors, and nine have been recognized as All-America scholars.
Along with his coaching duties, Mayer serves as Director of Golf for Indiana University and oversees the operation of IU’s entire golf facility, including the state-of-the-art practice area he helped bring to fruition in 2002. He has undergraduate degrees in journalism and literature (1987 - IU) and a master’s degree in sports management (1998 - IU).
IU GOLF COURSE
Junior golfers participating in Nike Junior Golf Camps at IU have an opportunity to practice and play each day at the university-owned IU Golf Course, one of the finest college golf facilities in the country and home to the IU men’s and women’s golf teams. The IU golf facility runs adjacent to the campus and includes an 18-hole championship course, nine- hole executive course, 10-acre driving range and four large practice greens. IU's championship course plays host to Indiana Section PGA events as well as numerous collegiate tournaments including the 2002 Northern Intercollegiate and 2003 Big Ten Championship.
IU PRACTICE FACILITY
In addition to practicing at the range and playing the championship and executive courses, campers utilize IU’s new practice facility, home of the Hoosier men’s and women’s golf teams. Widely considered one of the finest of its kind in the country, this state-of-the-art, short game facility comes complete with bent grass tees and fairways as well as seven bent grass greens and 20 sand bunkers.
Nike Golf Campers stay just minutes from the golf course at the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority house, located on the IU campus. The Nike Golf Camp staff resides with the campers and provides supervision and guidance throughout the entire camp week. Campers stay two per room and roommate requests are honored in most situations. All meals are buffet style. For more information on the Indiana University campus, please visit www.indiana.edu.
Check-in will take place on Sunday from 1:00 - 3:00 pm at the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House. Graduation will take place at 3:30 pm at the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House on Thursday. Roommates are guaranteed and linens are not provided.
Campers arriving to Indianapolis Airport at suggested to have a flight arrival from 9:00am - 12 pm on Sunday and a departure time between 4:30 - 6:30 pm on Thursday.Campers are responsible for their own transportation to and from the airport.
The Overnight fee includes lodging, all meals, all golf functions and evening activities.The Extended Day fee includes all golf, lunch, dinner and evening activities.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Overnight option is open to boys only, but girls can participate as extended day campers.
A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be e-mailed to all registered campers in the spring.
THE DAILY SCHEDULE
|8:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.||Stations (full swing, partial swing, short game and putting)|
|1:30 - 2:45 p.m.||Stations|
|3-5 p.m.||Golf (championship or executive course)|
|5:15 - 6:30 p.m.||Dinner|
|8:30-10 p.m.||Seminars (rules, etiquette, scholarships, etc.)|
REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!
Have questions? E-mail Coach Mayer or call (800) NIKE-CAMP