This is a Pulse Sports partner. All camps will be run by The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort.

Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort

Monroe County, PA


Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort provides world-class golf, grounds, spa services, recreation, dining, accommodations, entertainment, and service to its guests. This beautiful resort is located right along the Delaware River and provides numerous outdoor activities such golfing at the championship Pocono golf course, guided hikes, outdoor archery, and skiing or snowboarding just down the road at Shawnee Mountain.

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Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort Camp Information

Facilities

  • 24 of 27 holes are located on an island in the middle of the Delaware River
  • Tee-to-green irrigation
  • Tillinghast Chip n’ Putt offers 6 par 3 holes of varying length
  • Driving range is 250 yards long and is architecturally designed with a few bunkers and target greens by Tom Doak

Camp Hours

Junior Golf Camps: 9:00 AM-2:30 PM
Teen Golf Camps: 9:00 AM-4:30 PM

Lunch

Lunch will be provided daily for the campers.

Swim

Swim will not be offered at this location.

Venue Address and Sign-In Info

The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort
100 Shawnee Inn Dr
Shawnee on Delaware, PA 18356

Sign-In/Out Policy
Please accompany your child at the sign-in area daily. All children must be signed in/out each day by their parent/guardian.

FAQs

Does my child need specialist sport experience to attend?
No, our camps are for all experience levels, from complete beginner to the advanced player.
   
My child is an advanced player. Are your camps for them?
Yes, absolutely. Our coaching staff has extensive experience in coaching elite level junior and college players.

Is there a sibling discount?
No, there is not a sibling discount available.
      
I only want to attend X number of days of camp. How much will this cost?
Our camps can be pro-rated based on the number of days you want to attend. Please divide the week rate by 3 and that will get you your daily rate.
      
Can I register and pay at the camp location on the first day?
You must register in advance of the first day of camp so we have an accurate count going into the week, but you may pay on the first day.

My child has a disability / special educational needs, can they join in your camps?
Yes, absolutely. We can accommodate any special needs.
      
Do I need to submit health forms? Can I bring these to the field?
We do not require any official health forms, however, please advise one of coaches upon check-in of any food allergies your child may have, as well as any medical allergies, medication, or special needs.
        
What happens if a camp I have signed up for is cancelled due to low enrollment?
If a camp is cancelled, you will receive a refund, or have the option to transfer the enrollment to a future camp week.

Can I switch the camp I am registered for an alternative option?
You may switch the camp to any other week that may work that is aligned with your child’s age group requirement.

My child isn't going to be the appropriate age by the time the camp runs, can they still register?
Age requirement for our camps is a recommendation. If your child is outside of the stated age group, please contact the professional coaching staff to have a conversation about whether or not your child can register with an exemption from the coaching staff.

What if I need to cancel my order? Can I get a refund?
You may cancel your order up to 48 hours with a full refund.

What happens in the event of inclement weather?
In case of inclement weather, the coaching staff will determine whether the day will be completely cancelled, or may just be indoors for part of the day if it is not a total wash on the day. This info will be available by 7 a.m. of the day of the camp.

What happens if the weather is bad while camp is running?
Our coaching staff will follow our inclement weather and dangerous weather protocols and move the campers to a safe location if the weather is dangerous.

How can I find out if my program is cancelled due to inclement weather?
An email/text will be sent out to all parents/guardians of the camp by 7 a.m. if there will be a weather cancellation.

What happens if it's extremely hot outside?
If it is extremely hot out, we will take more frequent breaks, and allow campers to go inside periodically to cool off. Additionally, the coaches will make sure that all campers have proper hydration.

Who are the coaches?   
The coaches are the professional staff at Shawnee:

• Brian Bergstol (Head Teaching Professional)
• Nick Lussier (Head Golf Professional)
• Brandon Hendershot (Assistant Golf Professional)
• John Marone (Assistant Golf Professional)
    
Are your coaches background checked?
Yes, our coaches are background checked.

Will there be a nurse on site?
There will not be a nurse on site, however a CPR Certified individual, as well as a First Aid kit, will be available at all times.

Does my child need to bring any equipment?
Your child should bring any golf clubs and equipment they may have. However, if they do not have any equipment, we will supply them with clubs, and they can purchase balls and tees in the golf shop.

What do I have to bring?
Clubs, bag, balls, tees, golf shoes (if they have; sneakers are fine), and water.

What does my child have to wear?
Proper golf attire is required; a collared shirt, and golf shorts or pants. No gym shorts, sweatpants, jeans, or t shirts. Golf Shoes are advised, but sneakers are ok as well.

Can the coach apply sunscreen to my child?
We ask that all parents apply sunscreen before camp starts, but coaches can help reapply if need be throughout the day.

How are players grouped?
Players will be grouped by age and skill level. However, if your children are coming with friends that they want to be grouped with regardless of age or skill, we will make sure to keep them together.

Can I request for my child to be in the same group as a friend?
Yes, you can absolutely request this, and we will make sure they are together.

What is the coach to player ratio?
The minimum coach to player ratio for the morning instruction will be 5 to 1 (This is the minimum ratio, often times the ratio will be 4 to 1). For on course play and afternoon activities, the ratio will be a minimum of 8 to 1, with it often times being closer to 5 to 1).

Can I bring my child early or pick him/her up after camp ends?
We have built in a 30 minute early drop-off time for parents before camp, as well as a 30 minute pickup window following the completion of camp.  If your needs are beyond these windows, please contact the coaching staff and we can make special arrangements in most cases.

How do coaches contact parents in an emergency?
We will contact parents by their emergency contact phone number.

How do parents contact camp in an emergency?
They can contact the camp in an emergency by contacting the golf shop at Shawnee.

Do you provide any after care?
We do not provide after care for camp.

Do you provide transportation to camp?
We do not offer transportation to camp.

Is lunch provided?
Yes, lunch will be provided daily for the campers.

What is the daily schedule?     
For the 13-17 age group, Drop off time is from 8:30-9 a.m., Instruction Stations from 9-12 (Full swing, chipping, pitching, bunkers, and putting), Lunch at Noon, 12:30-4:30 is Golf on the Championship golf course with coach supervision, and the Pick-up window is 4:30-5:00 p.m.

For the 7-12 age group, Drop off time is 8:30-9 a.m., Instruction Stations from 9-12 (Full swing, chipping, pitching, bunkers and putting), Lunch at Noon, 12:30-2:00 will be an afternoon activity (Approach course tournament, skill competitions, or other athletic games and activities that are supplements to golf), Pick up window is from 2:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Does my child receive anything for attending the camp? (E.g., T-Shirt, Certificate, Ball, etc.)
No, but they will receive a swing video via text or email from the week, as well as breakdown of what they learned and need to work on.

Can parents stay and watch?
If parents do want to stay and watch we will allow them to do so, as long as they stay a considerable distance away from the campers, and are simply there to observe.