Junior Golf Schools & Junior Players Golf Academy
Junior Golf Camps include:
- 3 days of instruction with renowned PGA Professionals
- Pro to Junior ratio no more than 1-10
- 3 nights in a beautifully appointed suite at Seaview Resort
(comfortably sleeps 4 people)
- Full Breakfast each morning for the family (up to 4 people)
- Lunch each day for the juniors with the pros
- Unlimited golf for the juniors
- For the complete junior program itinerary click here
- Cost for this complete package is $1,269 + tax
To reserve your spot, please contact Beth Williams at Seaview Resort at (609) 748-7608 or email Beth, at [email protected] Spaces will be limited to the first 20 students, so please make your reservations well in advance. This is a unique opportunity for children to experience golf’s incredible teachers in a setting a little bit different than their regular golf schools.
Mary Mills, LPGA Member
Winner of the 1963 U.S. Open, Mary’s career as a player and teacher is second to none. A member of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, Mary enjoyed 18 years on the LPGA Tour, during which time she won 9 tour events, including three major championships (the LPGA Championship in 1964 and 1973, as well as the U.S. Open). Now an accomplished golf course architect, Mary’s first love remains teaching. A member of the LPGA Teaching Division since 1980, Mary prides herself on working with players of all skill levels. As a student of the game, Mary has studied and worked with some of the game’s legendary teachers: Johnny Revolta, Tommy Armour, Paul Runyan, Bob Toski, and Ángel de la Torre to name a few. Mary’s extensive background allows her to evaluate each student differently and individually – and makes a golf school with Mary a “once in a lifetime experience.”
Tim Peightal, PGA Member
Tim began his 25 year career as a PGA professional at the Disney World golf resort in Orlando where he had the opportunity to observe and study with some of the legends in golf instruction; Davis Love Jr., Jim Flick, Bill Strausbaugh and Bob Toski. Tim would later work with 1928 US Open Champion, Johnny Farrell and 1935 PGA Champion, Johnny Revolta. Tim served as the Head professional at Indiana Country Club for 7 years before returning to Florida where he was the Director of Instruction for The United States Senior Golf Academy for six years. Tim’s goal is to find as many ways as possible to make learning fun and feels that since every golfer is different, then each of his students should be taught, differently. His enormous skill as a teacher comes from his understanding of several different methods, and being able to identify, the perfect method and style with each of his students. We are proud to have Tim as our East Coast, Head Professional.