Nike Junior Golf Camps Opens New Locations at Villanova University and Haverford College in 2018
19 January 2018
Nike Sports Camps recently reached an agreement to operate golf, tennis, soccer and basketball camps with the Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs (JKCP) staff at their two prestigious home universities, Villanova University and Haverford College. JKCP has been in business in the Philadelphia area for over 40 years, providing intensive instruction in academics and sports programs. Under this agreement, Julian Krinsky Camps will now run Nike Junior Golf Camps at their facilities for day and overnight participants.
“Julian Krinsky Camps are some of the most widely recognized and revered summer programs in the country,” states Westy McQueen of Nike Junior Golf Camps. “We are so excited to work with such a great organization of people at JKCP and bring our camps to their beautiful facilities.”
Nike Junior Golf Camps, Haverford College and Nike Junior Golf Camps, Villanova University will be led by JKCP School of Golf Director, Danie Steyn, and his staff of dedicated assistant professionals. As a player on the pro tour, Danie was the Captain of South Africa’s Free State Provincial Team and is a winner of the Pelco Open.
“We are honored to become part of Nike Sports Camps,” said JKCP CEO, Steve Robertson. “As we collaborate together over the next few months, our tennis, golf, soccer and basketball programs will be powering up to the next level. Additionally, students can enjoy all the amenities of our existing programs and campuses.”
Haverford College offers 12 weeklong day camp sessions for students of all abilities, ages 7-18. The day camps run 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and include breakfast, morning instruction, lunch and afternoon course play. Overnight programs are hosted at Haverford College for ages 10-13 and Villanova University for ages 14-18. The overnight camps include accommodations, all meals, instruction, course play and evening activities. All campers at Haverford and Villanova will bus to local courses each day, participating in morning instruction and supervised course play in the afternoon with the camp staff.