What are the requirements to participate in the camp?

You must be at least 14 years old and be able to train golf and fitness independently. You should be a member of an elite or top elite squad or have a single hcp. We are flexible and can find a solution for everyone, so contact us if you are unsure.

Arrival day is always Sunday - are there any exceptions?

Yes, we try to meet all requests and needs. But in general arrival and departurde day ist always Sunday. For questions just contact us .

Are parents allowed to be on site?

In principle, the camp is intended for juniors who can train alone without parents and coaches. The Swiss staff on-site will take care of all juniors and look after them 24/7. Parents are welcome to bring or pick up their children. During the camps, parents will certainly find time to enjoy their holidays and play on other golf courses.

What does the supervision in the camps look like?

We are available 24 hours a day and the young people are looked after by us (Swiss staff) around the clock. The juniors only have to travel by themself and we will organise the transfer from and to the airport including support for the check-in.

What does a daily routine look like?

The weekly schedules and approximate daily routines can be found in the camps section. Please note that deviations may occur.

Can you create your own daily routine if, for example, you have to study for school?

Yes, definitely. Our daily schedule is a rough plan, but we can accommodate any need. Contact us in advance to discuss further details.

How do I register for the camp and who books and pays for the flight?

In the camps section you will find all important information including dates and prices. Each camp has a number. You can register for one or more camps via registration form, email or phone. We will then send you a confirmation and tell you which flight to book. You have to book and pay the flight yourself, it is not included in the price.

What is the difference between the camps offered?

Here you will find a daily schedule of all the camps on offer. Check-out the camps section, where alle camps are listed. You can choose between one-week and two-week camps:
- one-week camps are 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
- two-week camps are 3, 6, 9 For the one-week camps, we distinguish between camps with or without a WAGR tournament:
- Camps 1, 4 and 7 are without WAGR tournament. These camps are full training camps, which end with a camp-internal, handicap-effective tournament over 18 holes.
- Camps 2, 5 and 8 are camps with a WAGR tournament included. These camps include 2 days of training (Monday and Saturday) and 4 days of WAGR tournament (1 practice round and 3 handicap-effective 18-hole rounds). In the two-week camps, you play the camp's own handicap tournament in the first week and continue training and play the WAGR tournament in the second week.


What are the requirements to play in the WAGR tournament?

Anyone can register for the tournament, so it is an open, international WAGR tournament. You can do this under the link tournaments. The tournaments are limited to a maximum of 60 players, whereby the lower Hcp's have priority.

How are the tournaments rated?

All tournaments are WAGR events. More information can be found in the tournaments section. After the tournament, you are responsible for reporting your results to your national association and/or club.

Which age groups are envisaged?

All WAGR events will have U21 & U18 age categories. However, there will probably also be an additional prize category U16, depending on the number of players.

Where and when can I play and book my practice round?

The official practice rounds will take place one day before the tournament. The costs for these practice rounds are included in the tournament price. The practice round must be booked by the player directly at the golf club itself. A further practice round before the tournament must be paid for and organised by the player. Further information can be found under the tournaments.

Can parents be present at the tournaments? Is a caddy allowed? What about distance measuring devices?

Parents are welcome to come along as spectators. Parents must keep a distance of at least 20 metres from their own child. Exceptions are the 1st tee and the green 18. Parents are also allowed to run ahead as a caddy and also help to find a ball. Coaching on the course is prohibited and will result in a warning and subsequent exclusion. Distance measuring devices are allowed.

How do I register for a tournament?

You will find all the necessary information about the tournament, the course and the hotels under tournaments. As soon as you have chosen which tournament you would like to play, then register by email or register yourself directly for the tournament. Please note that the number of participants is limited and you will only book your hotel and flight once we have confirmed your participation. All camp participants are automatically registered for the tournament and do not have to do anything. The practice round will also be organised by us.

Where can I find a hotel recommendation for the respective tournament?

You will find all the necessary information about the course and the hotels under tournaments. Our partner hotel is the Sheraton Arabella Golf Hotel Son Vida *****.

Are external tournament players also looked after on site?

Yes, tournament participants can also be looked after by us. For an additional fee, the players are integrated into our camp. You can get more information by phone or email. Just contact us, we will surely find a solution.

If you have any further questions, please contact us directly by email or via the contact form.