Getting ready for your Mypro experience

After booking with Mypro, you will receive additional student information and travel questionnaires you must complete. This ensures we have all the information we need to provide the best experience for you and your child. Below we have put together a few reminders that you may want to consider.


All junior campers must purchase suitable travel insurance which covers them when abroad. For juniors attending from within the EU, standard travel insurance will cover them while those attending from outside the EU will need to make arrangements for medical insurance as well.


In most instances juniors attending Mypro will not require a Visa. However, in instances when Visas are required, it is the responsibility of the applicant to apply for such travel documentation. It takes less than a minute to find out if you require a visa, just click here.

What to bring to camp

Here is a helpful (but non-exhaustive) list of items that we recommend your child(ren) to bring to camp.

  • Golf clubs (labelled)
  • Lightweight carry bag
  • Golf gloves
  • Golf balls (2 dozens recommended)
  • Polo shirts
  • Golf shorts / skirts
  • Golf trousers
  • Golf shoes (2 pairs recommended)
  • Rain gear (jacket and trousers)
  • Umbrella
  • 1 pair of trainers
  • 1 swimsuit & bathing suit/towel (for the brave!)
  • Casual clothes
  • Sweatshirts / Jumpers
  • Sports outfit
  • Caps, hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Scarf and gloves
  • Sunscreen
  • Laundry bag
A laundry service is available once a week for juniors staying multiple weeks

Arrival and departure from Mypro

Air Travel & Transfers

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, where a uniformed Mypro staff will be waiting to greet all juniors, help them with their bags and accompany them to St Andrews.

Arrival and departure dates for 2020 are as follows:

  • Week 1: Saturday 27th June – Saturday 4th July
  • Week 2: Saturday 4th July – Saturday 11th July
  • Week 3: Saturday 11th July – Saturday 18th July
  • Week 4: Saturday 18th July – Saturday 25th July
  • Week 5: Saturday 25th July – Saturday 1st August
  • Week 6: Saturday 1st August – Saturday 8th August
Sunrise over 17th Hole of the old course mypro golf camp
2 friends walking along the 18th hole of the Old Course, in St Andrews during their golf summer camp

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 additional cost. Once all travel arrangements have been confirmed please make sure to complete the travel information form provided after application for a camp.


Arriving on a different day or by another form of travel

Any juniors arriving outwith the suggested times or using another form of transport should let us know in advance. We will then be able to make arrangements for a private car transfer at an additional cost.

While at Mypro

Safety & Security

Parents can trust their children are safe, happy and are being looked after properly.

At Mypro the safety and welfare of our juniors is our number one priority. 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. When juniors arrive at Mypro, they are introduced to their group and the Mypro staff who are available 24 hours per day to provide pastoral care and support throughout the camp. The setting of our camps, St Andrews, is renown as one of the safest university towns, offering a fun environment for juniors to have the best time of their lives.