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Learn to Play, Play to Learn

Children learn very differently than adults. In fact, the main style of learning for young children is through play. Blending goals with challenge, imagination, and self-discovery create the basis for a child’s learning environment. Research shows that people who self-discover a concept are more apt to embrace and ‘own it’ more fully than being told what and how to execute something by another person.

The learn to play, play to learn concept is very important at When we teach golf we like to teach the whole game. When we teach children we like to show them how to play the game by incorporating games that resemble situations out on the golf course. Let’s not line our children up across the driving range to hit golf balls, why not assist them in self-discovery, and encourage imagination. At the junior golf camps, our junior golfers are encouraged to be creative, to experiment and learn for themselves discovering what works best for them.

At the junior golf programs we help kids build a love of the game that will last a life time.

Rhona is an LPGA Class “A” teaching professional, and is the owner of

I like Rhona very much. She has helped me be a very good golfer. She laughs at me and my jokes but she also wants me to focus when I have to. I like her very much as a teacher. She has been my teacher for quite a long time already ever since I started golfing at the age of 6 years old. You will love her as your teacher.
Ryan Verburg, Jr Golfer