Two different levels of schools are available throughout the summer. The basic 2 hour 5 day a week school is designed for junior with limited to very little experience. Players are grouped by age and experience and rotate through 4 stations each day. The four stations include putting, chipping, irons and woods. Instruction is provided by professional staffers who are aided by accomplished high school and college players. Student to instructor ratio is approximately 5 to 1. Loaner clubs are available. Students can Stay and Play at the conclusion of each two hour school on the Academy course under the supervision of staff for an additional cost of $20 per day.
The second level school is a six hour program designed for intermediate and advanced juniors. The morning hours are spent in small groups by age and or skill level rotating through stations. Stations are expanded from level I to include pitching and sand play. Again instruction is provided by professional staffer with a student to instructor ratio of approximately 4 to 1. Video will be shot of students as a visual aid in the instruction process. After a short lunch break (lunch can be brought or purchased at the main clubhouse) students then play nine holes each day under the supervision of staff. While on the course students are encouraged to practice skills taught in the group setting.