|Mikey T. and Dakota working on their chipping while Ali Wells gives a tip to a camper.|
Unlike some of the "traditional" junior golf programs I have been involved with ours does not rely on the number of players to determine how successful it has been. Do we want to see as many kids as possible enjoying the game and having fun outside on a sunny summer morning? You better believe we do. But we do not use this number as the focal point in deciding if the golf clinics should continue on in the following year's camps. Rather we look at the faces of the kids while they are hitting golf balls and as they are heading back inside to Warner's Corner for more fun and games. Those expressions we see are the determining factor of whether or not we have achieved success.