All Vanderbilt athletics-related summer camps and clinics scheduled through July 31 have been canceled.
The process to refund any payment or deposit made for Vanderbilt summer camps and clinics will begin immediately.
Vanderbilt will continue to communicate with public health officials and medical experts to determine the best path forward related to the coronavirus pandemic, while exploring options to potentially conduct camps and clinics later this year.
2020 Vanderbilt Golf Camp
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Vanderbilt Golf Camp is designed to accomplish two things…to have fun and become better golfers! Campers will receive instruction from the Vanderbilt men’s and women’s golf coaches on basic golf fundamentals, skill and technique, course management, rules, and etiquette. Campers will have the opportunity to apply what they learn at camp as they compete against each other in team competitions and in one-on-one competitive golf situations.
SIGN UP TODAY!! You DO NOT want to miss out on camp this year!
Dates: Friday-Monday, July 24–July 27, 2020
Location: Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club, Franklin, Tenn.
Age: 10-17 years
*Overnight campers must be 13 on the first day camp starts.
*10-17 years for commuters. If you aren’t entering the 13, you must commute or stay in a hotel with a guardian.
Cost: $850 Commuters (ages 10-17), $995 Overnight Campers
Description: For boys and girls, ages 10-17, of all skill levels. The price includes meals, housing, golf activities, and a camp amenity package. Each student is evaluated at the beginning of camp to ensure that the juniors of similar ability are grouped for instruction geared to their needs with student/Instructor ratio of no more than 6:1. Morning instruction rotates stations for putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers, full swing, games, and competition. The afternoon session is on-course play with coaches to work on shot selection and course management. At the conclusion of each day, campers will enjoy guest speakers, seminars, a tour of Vanderbilt University’s campus, movies, field games, and night golf. Full time coaches and counselors will be available to ensure the safety of the campers at the golf course and in the hotel.
For more camp information, please contact Margaret Stahm (email: email@example.com).
Note: Walk-up registration is permitted on the day of camp. You will be charged $50 on top of the camp fee.
Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender)
Refund Policy: If camp enrollment needs to be refunded, Vanderbilt University will retain $100 of your registration (including any fees associated with online registration). The remaining amount of the registration will be refunded to you in the same method used at registration.
Once a camp begins, money will not be refunded unless extenuating circumstances are approved by the Vanderbilt Athletics Department Administration.
Transportation: Ground transportation will be provided by Vanderbilt University to and from the Homewood Suites in Franklin to Vanderbilt Legends Club. Transportation also will be provided from Legends Club to Vanderbilt University on the day we go to tour campus.
Code of Conduct
- Vanderbilt Athletics Camps strives to maintain a fun and safe environment for all participants. Positive reinforcement is the preferred approach to discipline and all counselors strive to meet that goal. In keeping with our program goals, we encourage fun for all of our participants; however, certain rules are necessary to ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment.
- Campers are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times. Campers shall:
- Listen and follow instructions.
- Remain with the group at all times.
- Show respect to all campers, coaches, staff, equipment, and facilities.
- Refrain from using foul language.
- Refrain from fighting, pushing or shoving. Refrain from causing harm to him/her self or others.
- The following activities and/or behaviors pose significant risks to campers and the broader community and are strictly prohibited. Campers who engage in these prohibited activities and/or behaviors may be subject to immediate dismissal.
- Violating the rights of others, including bullying (physical, verbal, or otherwise)
- Damage, vandalism, littering, or theft of Vanderbilt University property, property of a University community member or campus visitor, or other property used during camp
- Violence of any kind, including, without limitation, fighting, assault, physical or verbal intimidation, cyber-bullying and sexual harassment
- Pranks and practical jokes with malicious intent or that pose a threat to camper safety
- Possession, use, manufacture, or distribution of matches, lighters, fireworks, explosives, or other incendiary devices
- Sexual Activity
- Sexual Misconduct
- Tampering with fire alarms or other emergency equipment
- Misuse or distribution of prescription or over-the-counter medications/drugs
- Possession, use, manufacture, or distribution of tobacco, alcohol, or chemical substances
- Possession, use, or distribution of firearms, ammunition, or other weapons or replicas of any description
- Violation of federal, state, or local laws
- Note: individual camps may add to this code of conduct as you see fit.
ABOUT THE COACHES
SCOTT LIMBAUGH Vanderbilt Men’s Head Golf Coach
In his eighth year at Vanderbilt, Scott Limbaugh has taken the program from the 75th ranked team in the country to #1 ranked team in the country by all three college golf polls. Since his arrival prior to the 2012 campaign, Limbaugh has quickly established himself as one of the nation’s preeminent coaches. He has mentored five first-team All-Americans, seven Palmer Cup selections, two Walker Cup members and 15 total All-America selections, all while also garnering seven consecutive NCAA Regional bids and six consecutive NCAA Championship appearances from 2014-19 for the first time in program history. Under Limbaugh, Vanderbilt has won 23 team tournaments — the most by a head coach in Vanderbilt golf history — and garnered 19 individual tournament winners. The coach has also led Vanderbilt to a first-place (2017), second-place (2015), third-place (2019) and fourth-place (2016) finish in the stroke play portion of the NCAA Championship, three Elite Eight appearances, and two Final Four appearances and the 2017 NCAA Championship. He has also had two of his Vanderbilt players participate in a PGA Tour event: Hunter Stewart in 2014 at the RBC Heritage and Matthias Schwab at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2017.
GREG ALLEN Vanderbilt Women’s Head Golf Coach
Greg Allen is in his 13th season at the helm of the Vanderbilt women’s golf program and his 20th season as a head coach in women’s collegiate golf. In the last two decades, Coach Allen has coached 16 all-Americans and has had 15 former players earn status on either the LPGA Tour, Symetra Tour or the Ladies European Tour. Coach Allen guided the Commodores to the 2014 SEC Championship and the East Regional Championship. Prior to coming to Nashville in 2007, Allen served as the head coach at the University of Arizona for seven years, where he led the Wildcats to two Pac-10 Conference Championships and a NCAA runner-up finish in 2002. While at Arizona, Coach Allen guided the Wildcats to two Pac-10 Championships and helped Lorena Ochoa to one of the best careers in collegiate golf where she won 12 out of 20 tournaments before turning pro and claiming the world number one ranking for 156 consecutive weeks. Former Vanderbilt standouts Marina Alex, Jennifer Hahn, Simin Feng, and Jacqui Concolino have enjoyed playing status on the LPGA Tour.
GATOR TODD Vanderbilt Men’s Assistant Golf Coach
A former standout at the University of Alabama, Gator Todd is in his third year as an assistant with Coach Limbaugh’s nationally ranked men’s team. Todd joined the Commodore coaching staff after one year at Marquette when the Golden Eagles capture the 2017 BIG EAST Conference championship. As an undergraduate at Alabama where he played for Limbaugh, Todd was a four-year letterwinner and 2007 All-SEC performer. He was a member of the 2005 and 2007 NCAA national championship squads for the Crimson Tide. He posted 11 career top 10 finishes at a collegiate player. As a professional, Todd earned PGA Web.com Tour membership in 2012.
EMILIE MEASON Vanderbilt Women’s Associate Head Coach
Emilie Meason has helped Coach Allen push the Vanderbilt women’s golf program back into the NCAA Top 25 and the number one ranking in Golfweek’s September 25th poll since joining the staff in July 2017. Meason was a four-time All-American as a standout undergraduate at the University of Georgia from 2009-13. She was also a four-time All-SEC performer, posting 14 top-10 finishes in her collegiate career. She was a three-time tournament medalist, including at the 2012 and 2013 Mason Rudolph Championships hosted by Vanderbilt. A native of Hoschton, Ga., Meason qualified for the 2016 U.S. Women’s Amateur and helped Georgia claim the USGA’s Women’s State Team Championship later that year. Earlier in her career, Meason qualified for match play at both the U.S. Girls’ Junior and U.S. Women’s Amateur. Coach Meason is passionate about helping develop student-athletes on the course and in the classroom.
Friday, July 24 – Day 1
3:00-4:00 p.m.: Registration/Check-in to Homewood Suites Cool Springs
3:30-4:00: Commuter Registration/Check-in at Vanderbilt Golf House at Legends Club
4:00-4:15: Leave for Vanderbilt Legends Club
4:15-4:30: Arrive at VLC and go over golf course rules
4:30-4:45: Warm up/stretch
4:45-5:30: Wacky Golf Ball Relay Race – intramural teams
5:30-6:00: Station Rotation #1 (full swing-Sneds; putting-Schwab; chipping-List; course talk-Marina)
6:00-6:30: Station Rotation #2 (course talk-Sneds; chipping-Schwab;full swing-List); putting-Marina)
6:30-7:00: Dinner – VU Golf House
7:00-7:30: Station Rotation #3 (putting-Sneds; full swing-Schwab;course talk-List); chipping-Marina)
7:30-8:00: Station Rotation #4 (chipping-Sneds; course talk-Schwab; putting-List; full swing-Marina)
8:00: Commuter Pick Up at Vanderbilt Legends Club
8:00-8:15: Drive to Homewood Suites
8:15-10:00: Free time in hotel
10:00: Return to rooms
11:00: Lights out!
Saturday, July 25 – Day 2
8:00 a.m.: Wake up
8:30-9:00: Breakfast at Homewood Suites
9:00-9:15: Drive to Legends
9:00-9:15: Commuter Drop Off at Vanderbilt Legends Club
9:15-9:50: Station Rotation #1 (full swing-Sneds; putting-Schwab; chipping-List; course talk-Marina)
9:50-10:25: Station Rotation #2 (course talk-Sneds; chipping-Schwab; full swing-List; putting-Marina)
10:25-11:00: Station Rotation #3 (putting-Sneds; full swing-Schwab; course talk-List; chipping-Marina)
11:00-11:35: Station Rotation #4 (chipping-Sneds; course talk-Schwab; putting-List; full swing-Marina)
11:35-12:00: Vandy Players Clinic
12:00-12:30: Lunch – VU Golf House
12:30-1:15: Station Rotation #1 (full swing-Sneds; putting-Schwab; chipping-List; course talk-Marina)
1:15-2:00: Station Rotation #2 (course talk-Sneds; chipping-Schwab; full swing-List; putting-Marina)
2:00-2:45: Station Rotation #3 (putting-Sneds; full swing-Schwab; course talk-List; chipping-Marina)
2:45-3:30: Station Rotation #4 (chipping-Sneds; course talk-Schwab; putting-List; full swing-Marina)
3:30-4:00: Warm up
4:00-7:45: Play on the South Course
7:45-8:15: Dinner – VU Golf House
8:15-8:45: Team Trivia
8:45-9:45: Play Night Golf – Holes 1 and 18 on South
9:45-10:00: Commuter Pick Up at Vanderbilt Legends Club
9:45-10:00: Drive to Homewood Suites
10:00-11:00: Free time in room
11:00: Lights out
Sunday, July 26 – Day 3
8:00 a.m.: Wake up
8:30-9:00: Breakfast at Homewood Suites
9:00-9:15: Drive to Legends
9:00-9:15: Commuter Drop Off at Vanderbilt Legends Club
9:15-9:45: Drive to Vanderbilt University
9:45-11:45: Campus and VU Athletic Facilities Tour
11:45-12:15: Drive to Legends
12:15-12:45: Lunch – VU Golf House
12:45-1:00: Stretch and warm up
1:00-2:30: Skills Challenge
2:30-3:15: Hand-Eye Agility Test
3:30-6:30: Play on the North Course
7:00-7:45: Putting Contest
7:45-8:00: Commuter Pick Up at Vanderbilt Legends Club
8:00-8:15: Drive to Homewood Suites
8:15-10:00: Free time in Homewood Suites
10:00: Return to rooms
10:30: Lights out!
Monday, July 27 – Day 4
7:30 a.m.: Wake up
7:45-8:05: Breakfast at Homewood Suites
8:05-8:15: Drive to Legends
8:15: Commuter Drop Off at Vanderbilt Legends Club
8:15-8:45: Warm up
8:45: Load carts
9:00: shotgun 9-hole Camp Tournament- North Course
11:00-12:00: Tournament BBQ for campers and parents; Awards Ceremony – VU golf house
12:00-12:30: Drive back to Homewood Suites and pick up luggage
1. Where will camp be held?
Camp will be held at the Vanderbilt Legends Club. Vanderbilt Legends Club offers an exceptional instruction facility located in the heart of Tennessee, with a two-sided driving range, a short game area with three putting greens and three chipping greens. It is the home of the Vanderbilt Commodores men’s and women’s golf teams.
This year, we will be staying at the Homewood Suites just minutes from the golf course.
2. Can I register the day of the camp?
- Only commuters are allowed to walk-up & register the day of the camp. Online registration will close at 12 PM CST the day prior to the camp. Check In & walk-up registration will be from 3 PM-4 PM at the Vanderbilt Golf House at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.
- Upon registering, all walk-up campers must have a parent, guardian &/or adult present to help complete the medical information form & a release from liability.
- At this time cash or checks will be acceptable at registration. All checks should be made payable to Vanderbilt University.
- Online registration is preferred.
3. What are the costs of the camps?
- CAMP FEES: $850 Commuters (ages 10-17)
**If you aren’t entering the 8th grade, you must commute or stay in a hotel with a guardian
- $995 Overnight Campers (age 13 by July 24, 2020)
4. What should campers bring?
Cell phones are permitted at camp, but campers must abide by the rules relative to their daily usage. Cell phones are strictly prohibited during instruction and course of play. If a camper is seen using a cell phone when usage is prohibited, it will be confiscated and returned upon the end of the day. Cell phone usage is limited to periods of free-time and in the evenings. Parents-Please make sure your child has read and understands this policy.
Spending Money: We recommend that each camper brings at least $50 of spending money for snacks or souvenirs. We will be taking a tour of the Vanderbilt University campus. Campers are responsible for keeping up with their money.
Packing List: Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items that we recommend you bring. Vanderbilt University is not responsible for lost or stolen articles or money. DO NOT bring valuable items to camp with you and remember to label clothing and equipment.
5-6 collared golf shirts
4-6 Bermuda length shorts
Softspike golf shoes
6-8 pair of socks
1 set of golf clubs (labeled with your name/address/phone #)
Lightweight carry bag
2 golf gloves
2 dozen golf balls
Hat or visor
Rain gear and/or umbrella
Athletic tape (for blisters)
Pants and Shirts
Pajamas and Bathrobe
Sweater and Jacket
Underwear and Socks
Extra Spending Money
Movies to watch
***Do NOT forget to label all clothing, equipment, and items you bring to camp.
5. When & where is check-in/check-out occurring for camp?
- Check In will be from 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm on Friday July 24, 202o at the Homewood Suites by Hilton Nashville/Franklin. The hotel is located at 2225 E. McEwen Drive, Franklin, TN 37067. Phone number is 615-465-0400.
- Vanderbilt Athletics Camp Policy requires that you sign your camper in when you drop him/her off and sign your camper out when you pick him/her up at the conclusion of camp.
- Camp closing ceremony is at 12:00 pm on July 27 following the tournament at Vanderbilt Legends Club – Parents are invited to attend! Departure is following the ceremony between 12-12:30 pm on Monday at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.
6. What type of medical care will be provided?
- Vanderbilt’s certified athletic trainers and doctors will be on call during camp sessions. Camp counselors are all CPR certified.
- Campers &/or their parents must complete a release from liability and a medical form found at the online registration site. Please turn in the liability and medical forms prior to camp.
- Upon registering, all walk-up campers’ must have a parent, guardian &/or adult present to help complete the medical information form & a release from liability.
7. What is the camp refund policy?
- If camp enrollment needs to be cancelled, Vanderbilt University will retain $100 of your registration (including any fees associated with online registration). The remaining amount of the registration will be refunded to you in the same method used at registration.
- Once a camp begins, money will not be refunded unless extenuating circumstances are approved by the Vanderbilt Athletics Department Administration.
8. Will food be provided?
- All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) will be provided during camp starting with dinner on July 24 through lunch on July 27.
- Campers stay 3 per room. The rooms are assigned according to sex, age, and roommate requests.
- A female camp counselor will be assigned to stay on the floor with the female campers in the hotel and a male camp counselor will be assigned to stay on the floor with the male campers in the hotel.
- If you don’t have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity for you to meet someone new!
Vicinity Map & Driving Directions to Vanderbilt University & Nashville
Nashville International Airport Information
Located approximately 15 minutes away from Vanderbilt University and 25 minutes from the Vanderbilt Legends Club/Homewood Suites Franklin
Directions to Vanderbilt Legends Club
Nashville … Take I-65 SouthTake exit 71 for Concord Rd/TN-253. Turn right onto Concord Rd/TN-253. Turn left at Franklin Rd/Franklin Pike/TN-6/US-31. Continue to follow Franklin Rd/TN-6/US-31. Continue to follow Franklin Rd/TN-6/US-31 (4.2 mi). Turn left at Legends Club Lane Travel Time: 20 min
Memphis … From I-40 East towards Nashville, take Exit #182 Franklin/Fairview, and turn left towards Fairview onto Hwy 96. Take 96 and continue on as it turns into Hwy 100. Stay on Hwy 100 through Fairview past Camp Marymount and turn right back onto Hwy 96. Take Hwy 96, under the Natchez Trace Bridge, into Historic Franklin, and take a left onto Hillsboro Road at Bank of America. Stay on Hillsboro Road past the High School to the intersection at Mack Hatcher and turn right onto Mack Hatcher. Take a left at the next intersection onto Franklin Road. Take an immediate right into the Vanderbilt Legends Club. Travel Time: 3 hrs. Allow 30 minutes from exit #182 to:
Vanderbilt Legends Club
1500 Legends Club Lane
Franklin, TN 37069
Directions to Homewood Suites from Nashville International Airport (BNA)
Head south on Terminal Drive. Merge Onto 1-40 West take exit 213A on the left for I-440 West toward Memphis. Follow until exit 5 for I-65 South continue on I-65 South to Exit 67 McEwen Dr. Turn Left on East McEwen until Carothers Parkway make Uturn and Hotel is on right.
Transportation from the Nashville International Airport
If you have a child flying to camp, please let the camp director know so arrangements can be made for your child to be picked up at the Nashville International Airport or you may visit the Nashville International Airport website for information on ground transportation services to and from Vanderbilt University Campus (flynashville.com).
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