WWJT Summer Golf Camp Registration // July 22nd @ Big Fish Golf & Events Center (Hayward, WI)
We are very excited to announce the following golf camp and 18 hole tournament at Big Fish Golf Course on Sunday July 22nd.

Here are the details:
9:00 AM - Registration
9:30 - 11:30 AM - Golf Camp featuring some of the top boys and girls golf coaches in the state of WI.
11:30 AM - Noon - Lunch
1:00 PM - 18 Hole Tournament on one of the best golf courses in Western / Northern WI. Big Fish Golf Course is a Pete Dye designed course. This will help your player prepare for the upcoming golf season and hopefully the post season and possibly even State at University Ridge.
Awards ceremony immediately following the event. Medals will be given to the top 3 players in each boys and girls division.

Please let us know your status for the clinic.

Payment: Only $54 for all of the above. Priority for this clinic will be given to members. The event will be capped at 60 players max. Middle School players will be put on the waiting list and if the HS Division doesn't fill up, we will open this opportunity up to middle school boys and girls as well.

You can become a paid member at www.wwigolf.com (click the store tab).

It is free to fill out the registration form below and let us know your interest level.

Questions: Call or text Coach Eric Holen @ 651-216-4539

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