Here is a glimpse into the life of a camper from this past summer!
Activities vary from week to week and year to year. We like to mix things up, so be sure to contact us if you have specific questions about the weeks your child will be attending.
|8:45-9:00 AM||Room Clean-Up|
|9:00-12 Noon||Golf Instructional Stations (6)|
|12:45-1:30 PM||Rest Period|
|1:30PM – 5:30PM||Golfers leave for the Golf Course; Kiski Golf Course Opens; Private Instruction and Clinics; Driving Range Opens; Afternoon Camp Activities: Swimming, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Fitness, etc.|
|6:45-7:45 PM||Golf Contests and Clinics; Driving Range Opens|
|8:00-9:45 PM||Evening Activities: Mini-Putt, Club-Making, Ping Pong/Pool/Foosball Tournaments, etc.Driving Range Opens|
|10:00 PM||Junior Lights Out|
|10:45 PM||Senior Lights Out|
The weekend schedule differs from our weekday curriculum. In addition to playing golf, we offer a number of fun activities during the weekends. Availability of these activities varies each weekend.
US Golf Camps sessions are held at the prestigious Kiski School. Founded in 1888, Kiski is the oldest boys boarding school in the United States.
The large (350+ acres) campus is located Saltsburg, PA – near Latrobe.
Private golf course on campus…
EXCLUSIVELY for our campers!
Campers live in newly renovated, air-conditioned dormitories right on the golf course. Two campers per room. Dorms are supervised by our staff 24/7.
Each dorm’s “family room” offers a number of fun activities, including table tennis, pool, board games, and TV.
We know that golfers never fare well on an empty stomach, so we make sure we feed them well with healthy, nutritious, and delicious meals that they will truly enjoy.
Here is a sample menu to give you an idea of how we feed our campers. Vegetarian meals are available each meal, and special needs meals are available upon request.
Our goal last summer was to provide a safe & fun environment for our campers. By implementing additional operational guidelines & safety procedures, we were able to operate our camp without one positive Covid case.
Below are a few of the guidelines & safety procedures we implemented: