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The Rich Marik Junior Golf Academy

The Rich Marik Junior Golf Academy
Here is an opportunity for junior golfers and their parents to get involved in a program run by one of the most successful junior instructors in the country. Rich Marik was the National Director of Instruction for Nike Golf Schools and Jr. Camps and director of the Nike Junior Golf Camps at Pebble Beach for over 15 years. Over the past 20 years Rich has taught hundreds of juniors that have gone on to play college golf and beyond. Rich is ranked as one of the Top 50 Kids Teachers in the US and is responsible for helping to build many junior golfers who have become nationally ranked players. Along with his impressive teaching credentials Rich also had a successful playing career winning the 1982 USGA Jr. Amateur, ranked number #1 junior golfer in the US by Golf Magazine, and earned a full scholarship to Stanford University where he was team captain of the Stanford Men's Golf Team.

The Player Performance Program
The Rich Marik Junior Golf Academy offers a core instruction program, through which students receive 3 hours of instruction covering all aspects of the golf game with special focus on full-swing development and short game skills and strategy. The group setting and three hour block of time allows the instructors to go into much more detail then they could during a private lesson. In depth explanations, discussions on strategy and course management will be a larger portion of the learning, allowing students to understand their golf game better and have tools that directly contribute to lower scores. The academy staff will also be available as a resource for parents who have questions about junior golf and especially college golf.

Player Performance Program classes fill up quickly, to maintain the student to teacher ratio and the high level of personal attention the classes are limited.

To get more information and take advantage of this great program please send Rich an email.