2002 Sun Devil Golf Camp
Becoming a champion is never easy. But, over the years, no other collegiate golf program in the nation has consistently launched more championship careers than Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. And, now your son or daughter can benefit from this expertise by attending the Sun Devil Golf Camp at Arizona State University.
Directed by ASU's Randy Lein and Mickey Yokoi, two of the most successful college golf coaches in the country, the five-day Sun Devil Golf Camp will provide your athlete with the instruction and counseling required to excel in collegiate golf.
Instruction will focus on improving the student's swing, short game, putting, chipping and course management skills. Campers are grouped by ages and skill levels. Each group (maximum 10) will be guided by a skilled instructor and counselor throughout the camp.
Instruction will be provided by some of the most outstanding collegiate golf coaches, PGA and LPGA teaching professionals and former and current ASU collegiate players.
In the past, we have had guest appearances by PGA and LPGA standouts such as Phil Mickelson, Billy Mayfair and Wendy Ward. (Appearances may vary due to professionals' schedules.)
Fun, Challenging Activities
We finish the camp with an 18-hole tournament followed by an awards reception which is open to the campers' families.
Educational seminars covering the following topics:
- How to earn a golf scholarship
- What to expect from college golf
- Golf history, rules and equipment
- Golf course management
- Nutrition ï¿½Weight training
- Sports psychology: ï¿½The 'mental game'
All campers will be met upon arrival at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix and will be fully supervised from the time of arrival until their departure.
Registration will be at the ASU dormitories on the day of arrival. The official program will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will end after the awards reception at approximately 3 p.m.
Transportation will be provided to and from the airport.
Please plan on arriving prior to 5 p.m. on the first day of camp and departing after 3 p.m. on the last day of camp.
Who, What, When, Where ...
Boys and Girls Ages 12-18
(NCAA rules will not allow students to attend the academy who have attended college.)
- 1st session: June 5-9
- 2nd session: June 13-17
- 3rd session: June 19-23
The Karsten Golf Course at ASU
Pete Dye championship golf course, driving range, putting green, practice bunkers and indoor video instructional facility.
$800 per week
(Includes room and meals, personal videotape, instruction workbook, T-shirt, hat, golf balls, tournament and awards)
Discounts available for groups or families
Of course, the final judgment of any golf instruction is how well it delivers the desired results. And, while no one can guarantee that your athlete will some day become a stand-out in the professional ranks, virtually no other collegiate golf program has had more success in helping young players achieve their dreams.
Example of Daily Schedule
|6:30 a.m.||Wake-up and meet at vans|
|8-11 a.m.||Instruction (refreshments and tents set up at the practice site)|
|1-5:30 p.m.||On-course instruction/play: Karsten Golf Course|
|6:45-8:30 p.m.||Return to Karsten Golf Course for intramural competitions|
|8:45-9:45 p.m.||Guest speakers at dorm|
|10:15 p.m.||Lights out|
During his 19 seasons as a collegiate head coach, Randy Lein has racked up a record 59 tournament victories, including the 1996 NCAA Championship, while tutoring 48 All-Americans. Three Sun Devils earned All-America recognition last year. Over the last two years, Lein has coached the 2000 U.S. Amateur Champion Jeff Quinney and the 2001 U.S. Pub Links Champion Chez Reavie.
Currently in his ninth as mentor of the nation's top collegiate golf program, Lein has guided the Sun Devils to six straight Pac-10 Championships from 1999-2000, a conference record, and seven in nine years.
Lein holds a Class A standing in the PGA.
Mickey Yokoi is in his first year as head coach of the ASU women's golf program. He had spent the previous five seasons as an assistant coach for the Sun Devil men's program under Randy Lein.
During his five years as a Sun Devil assistant, ASU won four Pac-10 Conference titles and advanced to the NCAA Championships each year.
Yokoi was an All-America and All-Pac-10 Conference selection at UCLA and went on to play on the Asian Tour, the Canadian and Australian PGA Tours and the PGA Hogan Tour.
An excellent and well-respected teacher of the game, Yokoi oversaw all golf operations as a head golf professional at the Country Club of the North in Dayton, Ohio, from 1994-95 and assisted the head professional from 1993-94 before coming to ASU.
He has been a member of the PGA Tour since 1994.
One Session: $800
A $400 deposit is due at the time of application.
Final application and payment in full is due by June 1, 2002.
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