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The Parents' Zone

what you need to know

Junior Golfer | Mypro Golf Camp
Booking A Camp
First of all, let’s talk about how to book a camp.
Once you know the dates and camps you’d like your child to attend, head to our booking page and complete our Application Form. To go to this page now, please click here:
Once your application submitted, we’ll send you a confirmation email.

Make sure to check your spam folder if you don’t hear from us. You’ll then receive extra information and travel questionnaires to complete. This ensures we have all the information we need to provide the best experience for you and your child.

Congratulations, you’re coming to Mypro Golf Camp!
Prepare your trip to the Home of Golf
Visa or not Visa?
In most instances, juniors attending Mypro Golf Camp will not need a Visa. But, in instances when a Visa is required, it’s the responsibility of the applicant to apply for such travel documentation. It takes less than a minute to find out if you need a visa, just click here.
Travel & Medical Insurance

All junior campers must purchase suitable travel insurance which covers them when abroad. If you’re from the European Union, standard travel insurance will cover your child. But if you’re from outside the EU, you’ll need to make arrangements for medical insurance as well.

in your bag

What to bring to camp
Here’s a helpful (but non-exhaustive) list of items that we recommend your child to bring to camp:
Junior Golfers during the Open Camp | Mypro Golf Camp
  • Golf clubs (labelled)
  • Lightweight carry bag
  • Golf gloves
  • Golf balls (2 dozens recommended)
  • Polo shirts
  • Golf shorts/skirts and trousers
  • 1 swimsuit & bathing suit/towel (for the brave!)
  • Golf shoes (2 pairs recommended)
  • Casual clothes
  • Sports outfit
  • Caps, hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Scarf and gloves
  • Sunscreen
  • Laundry bag

getting there

St Andrews West Sands

Arriving at Edinburgh Airport

Parents and juniors are required to arrange their own travel arrangements to and from the UK.

Juniors arriving by plane should book flights to Edinburgh Airport. A uniformed member staff will be there to greet all juniors and drive them to St Andrews.

Arrival and departure dates for 2021 are as follows:

  • The Open Camp: Saturday 3th – Saturday 10th July
  • The Players Camp: Saturday 10th – Saturday 17th July
  • The Players Camp: Saturday 17th – Saturday 24th July
  • The Players Camp: Saturday 24th – Saturday 31st July
  • The Masters Camp: Saturday 31st July – Saturday 7th August
  • The Masters Camp: Saturday 7th – Saturday 14th August

Transfers to and from Edinburgh Airport are arranged free of charge, provided that juniors arrive between 9am and 5pm on arrival day, and depart between 8am and 3pm on departure day. Travel arrangements can be accommodated outside of these times but will incur an extra cost.

Arriving on a different day, or by another form of travel

If you have different travel arrangements, just let us know!
Any juniors arriving outwith the suggested times, or using another form of transport, should let us know in advance so that we can make arrangements for a private car transfer at an additional cost.
 
If you have trouble organising your trip, please don’t hesitate to get in touch
Evening at the beach

Safety & Security

At Mypro the safety and welfare of our juniors is our number one priority.
When juniors arrive at Mypro, they’re introduced to their group and our team. The members of the staff are available 24 hours per day to provide pastoral care and support throughout the camp. Our dedicated staff go the extra mile to ensure that all aspects of the camp run seamlessly and our juniors have a wonderful camp experience.
 
St Andrews is renown as one of the safest university towns. Offering a fun and safe environment for juniors, parents can trust their children are safe, happy and well looked after.
 
You can find a lot more information on our brochure and you’re also welcome to get in touch if you have any questions.
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