Golf News for Friday, May 17, 2013 | Instruction

Puerto Rico's Royal Isabela announces junior golf camp series

ISABELA, Puerto Rico -- Royal Isabela—the world-class golf and private membership club on the cliffs of northwest Puerto Rico—announces its fourth annual junior golf camp series beginning in June.

Royal Isabela's Director of Golf, Miguel Suarez, will lead two five-day sessions of instruction for youngsters from 7 to 15. Participants will receive training in every aspect of the game including fundamental motor skills, sports skills, development of both the full swing and short game, rules, etiquette, and exercise.

Each session is limited to 30 students.

The clinics—to be held from 9am-noon on June 3-7 and June 10-14—will be held on the Royal Isabela practice range with opportunities to play the Links at Royal Isabela, which opened in 2011 to immediate acclaim from leading golf magazines and other publications.

Besides instruction, students will participate in contests, win prizes, receive a special Royal Isabela t-shirt, and receive daily refreshments. The clinics are open to young golfers from all over, and special arrangements can be made for accommodations for them and their families during the camps.

Each session costs $275 per student. Students can enroll in both sessions for $450. For more information, contact Miguel Suarez at (787) 374-0282 or msuarez88@royalisabela.com.

For more information on Royal Isabela and upcoming events, contact (787) 609-5888 or access the web site at www.royalisabela.com.

Contact:
Karen Moraghan
Hunter Public Relations
(908) 876-5100 office
(908) 963-6013 cell
kmoraghan@hunter-pr.com



 
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