Coach golf at Camp America

Young adults with golf skills needed to teach children at summer camps in the US. One could be you.

Bob Warters's picture
Fri, 25 Feb 2005

Can you pass on your golf skills to kids?

Are you a young golfer, aged 18 or over, looking for the summer job of a lifetime and prepared to pass on your skills to American kids at summer camp?

Well, Camp America comes to London on Saturday March 12 (11am to 4pm), at Kensington Town Hall (Hornton Street), looking to recruit young job seekers for a nine-week placement. And they’ve asked Golfmagic for help.

Camp Directors have hundreds of vacancies on their summer camps and are especially looking for individuals with a particular sporting skill that could be taught to campers. Golf is a sport that’s in great demand.

Camp America offers free return flights to New York, medical insurance, accommodation, pocket-money, a free phone helpline as well as visa assistance. There is also an additional ten-week period in which applicants can travel around the US.

American summer camps are part of the American culture and way of life with over 12,000 throughout the the USA entertaining children aged 6-16 years old from different kinds of backgrounds. They have the opportunity to learn new skills, try new activities, make friends and have fun.

All they need are young adults with time on their hands to teach them new skills. Applicants must love children, travelling and the adventurous outdoors. For further information call 0207 581 7306 or visit

If your interested in golf abroad then take a look at our Travel Partners who specialise in golfing breaks to European and Worldwide destinations.



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