Posted On: 04/4/19 3:00 PM
If you haven’t started planning your summer, this is your reminder. Most programs have listed their summer camps along with registration. Taking advantage of these opportunities is a wise decision for anyone looking to improve their game while having fun during the “off season.” Here are three things to consider when choosing a camp:
- Out of Program – Picking a camp put on by another club team or another high school coach is a great idea. They will provide new ideas, new instruction, and a new perspective. It’s exciting to try different drills and games. Also, a fresh perspective is always refreshing.
- Cost – Set a budget for how much you are willing and able to spend. Ca