The Robins Junior Golf programs 5-day golf camp is designed to progress and challenge beginner and intermediate junior golfers to learn and improve their game. Over the course of the camp we teach the importance of developing skills through hard work and the proper way to measure improvement. Your junior golfer will not only get holistic instruction covering all areas of the game, but will also be exposed to team challenges, games and drills that makes improving their game a fun and motivating experience.

NOW ENROLLING beginner-intermediate skill levels between the ages of 5 and 16.

$550 per junior - Full Day 9AM-4PM 

$300 per junior - Half Day 9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM

Dates: June 11-15th, June 18-22nd, June 25-29th, July 9-13th, July 16-20th, July 23-27th, July 30- Aug 3rd, Aug 6- 10th, Aug 13-17th  

Time: 9 AM - 4 PM (Full Day)  9 AM- 12 PM (Half Day) 1 PM- 4 PM (Half Day)

Camp Details: 

  • Clubs recommended (not required)
  • On-course instruction
  • Golf presentations
  • Rules and etiquette education
  • Putting Instruction
  • Full swing instruction
  • Chipping instruction
  • Golf fitness games
  • Golf development games
  • 35 hours of golf instruction
  • Daily lunches
  • Daily prizes

Registration is open!  Click here 

Have questions? Contact Drew Clements at 804.601.8607 or drew@playigc.com.

​​Half Day Camp 

Just the right amount of time to introduce the golf camp experience. Camp is held rain or shine Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 12:00pm. Drop off starts at 8:30am at the patio outside Tavern 19. Pick up is at the same place at 12:00pm. Campers are provided with a snack, beverages, collared camp golf shirt, favors, play on the short course (one day), range balls and instruction.  Campers will have a fun competition on Friday. Campers will also receive an RJGP golf hat & shirt. 

Camp concludes with a graduation ceremony on Friday afternoon at 12:30pm in the pavilion. Parents and family members are encouraged to attend.

Robins Junior Golf Camp

Fore Children

Robins Junior Golf Program is based in a setting of a nationally recognized 18-hole championship golf course along with a 9-hole short course, both built by Tom Fazio with facilities that provide an experience campers will never forget. The short course was built exclusively forteaching children critical life skills through golf.

Unsurpassed Golf Experience

The campus has a short course, and an 18-hole championship course, both designed by Tom Fazio. FORE Children’s program is unique in Richmond to other golf programs as it provides teens who have ‘aged-out’ or ‘skilled-out’ of the short course the opportunities to play on a longer course. Access to an 18-hole course allows them to be able to stay with the sport, improve their skills, and most importantly, develop and strengthen the 21st century skills necessary for a bright future. It also provides the opportunities to continue with the camp experience. Otherwise, many of the teens would stay home with the temptation of getting into trouble.

Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of two donors, we have installed a golf simulator. With this simulator, we will enhance the overall golf experience – especially during inclement weather. As a proxy for the actual golf course, the simulator will keep the camp experience fluid, while learning new skills such as adaptation and collaboration.

​​​​Full Day Camp 

Campers of all skill and development levels enjoy a fun, safe, and rewarding curriculum featuring interactive golf and near-golf games, on-course & as sport performance components. Our activities are adapted to meet the needs of each skill and development level. In addition to golf and motor development skills, participants are provided the opportunity to develop and strengthen essential 21st century skills. Camp is held Monday through Friday, rain or shine, from 9:00am – 4:00pm. Drop off begins at 8:30am and pick up is at 4:00pm at the patio outside Tavern 19.                      

​Campers are provided with lunch and snacks, beverages, an RJGP golf shirt and hat, play on the short course, range balls and instruction. Campers will play at least 9 holes each day on the short course with a fun competition on Friday.

Camp concludes Friday afternoon at 12:30pm with an awards ceremony for all campers in the pavilion. Parents and family members are encouraged to attend.