TGA Premier Youth Tennis and Golf Camps offer an unforgettable experience for your child by combining expert instruction, daily matches, course playing, and exciting activities (fun games, STEAM experiment, and Olympic Day) that keep them active all day.
TGA camps focus on providing a fun atmosphere for youth of all skill levels in Kindergarten-8th grade to further develop their passion for tennis and golf, build friendships, and create lifelong memories.
Our enthusiastic and passionate coaches focus on improving each camper's skills and ensuring that they have fun by experiencing success through expertly designed lesson plans that include rules and etiquette as well as character development studies.
All participants will receive a TGA gift pack; tennis rackets and golf clubs will be provided on loan for free. Every session will have an Olympic Day where we will commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games that promote fair play, perseverance, respect, and sportsmanship. We will also do fun, interactive, hands-on STEAM experiments related to tennis and golf.
Dates and Times
- Half-Day Sessions: 9:00 AM–12:00 PM
- Full-Day Sessions: 9:00 AM–3:00 PM
- Tennis Center at Lone Tree Golf Club (Lone Tree): June 7-11, June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 12-16, July 19-23, July 26-30, and August 2-6
- Golf Half-Day Sessions are 1:00–4:00 PM
- Family Sports Center (Englewood): TBD
- Tennis: Half-Day: $209; Full-Day: $369
- Golf: $209 + $15 green fee
- Before Care 8:30–9:00 AM: FREE!
- After Care 3:00–4:00 PM: $10
- 5% multi-session and multi-sibling discounts
Exclusive Offer for Macaroni Kid Readers
- Use the code 21MAK at the checkout to receive 10% off
"My girls absolutely loved the tennis classes in Lone Tree. They want to go play tennis together and they really want to take another camp. Thanks so much!" –S.H.
"My son's tennis coach was wonderful with the kiddos! We appreciated how much he helped our son understand and enjoy the game!" –L.C
"The instructors are fun and seem to enjoy teaching the children the fundamentals of the game. We also liked that they worked on strength and conditioning through related games. They also separated the younger and older kids making it a more challenging and enjoyable experience for all." –R.H