1. Camp Savings Packages

    Designed For Repeat Campers

Camp

Camp savings packages are designed for athletes who want to attend events on a regular basis to get the best value per event. Kohl's wants to offer enough options for athletes to choose from so they can custom design a training regimen to fit their needs.

Gold Package - Register

This is one of our most popular programs. It is a great option for athletes who want to receive excellent training and who also want to receive a national ranking and national exposure. The program includes participation at either a 1-Day or 2-Day Training Camp of choice, attendance to one National Showcase Camp, and an Advanced Player Profile.

Basic Training Package - Register

This package was designed for serious athletes who want to consistently train with a top coach leading up to their season. This program includes ten sessions (1st session is four hours, other nine are 1.5 hours long). A focus of this program will be on field instruction and technical breakdown of an athlete’s form and tendencies. We will be using video technology and tips that our pros implement into their daily routines. Practices will be held twice a month from March through July.

Advanced Training & Exposure Package - Register

This package was created for athletes who want training leading up to their season and have opportunities to compete at National Events and receive national exposure and a national ranking. This package includes everything included in the Training Package (ten sessions). This package also comes with unlimited access to any 1 Day Training Camps, 2 Day Training Camps, National Showcase Camps, as well an invite to the National Scholarship Camp if athlete qualifies based on training coaches recommendation.**  This package does not include the Underclassman Challenge, the Fall In-Season Training, or the Spring Break one-on-one Camps. The program does include an Advanced Player Profile.

**Does not include cost of food, lodging, or transportation for scholarship camp.

Focus Program - Register

This is the year round training option for people who don't live in an area with a weekly training division. This is our longest running training program. It is designed for the serious specialist who truly desire to be the best they can be. The program runs for 365 days from the day a camper joins. All program members have unlimited access to all Kohl's 1 Day Training Camps, 2 Day Training Camps, All Kohl's National Showcase Camps, A Spring Break one-on-one Camp, two private lessons, National Invitational Scholarship Camp (if qualified)**, Two recruiting seminars, Premium Profiles, three in-season phone calls. For more information please contact Luke Radke to see if this program is a good fit.

**Does not include cost of food, lodging, or transportation for scholarship camp.

Premier Training & Exposure Package - Register

This is our premier training and exposure package. It includes everything that the Advanced Training and Exposure Package offers along with: A spot at one of the Spring Break one on one Camps, two recruiting seminar conference calls, three in season phone calls /film breakdowns. The Underclassman Challenge or Fall In-Season Training is not part of this program. This program does include the Premium Player Profile.

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Private Lessons

Private lessons give each athlete much more personal instruction than at a normal camp. Private lessons are available at locations posted on the website and all year by appointment in Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois, Florida, California, Texas, and Louisiana.

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