Our 19th Season
Since 1991, Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert’s Golf Camps have provided an opportunity for intensive golf instruction, practice and play for ages 10-16 and all skill levels. With a camper/coach ratio of 5:1; quality instruction is the main emphasis.
Unique to our camp is the combination of a true camp setting with the 5-star golf facilities of Grand View Lodge, just a mile and a half from the camps. Instruction each day begins on The Pines teaching facility, which is equipped with a large full-swing area, chipping green, practice bunker, a 1,000 square foot putting area, along with video for swing analysis. In the afternoon, campers and coaches head to one of our three challenging courses, putting to practice the lessons learned. Tournament events followed by an awards ceremony concludes the camp’s busy week.
The Pines and Preserve offer 45 nationally recognized championship holes. They offer impeccably maintained bent grass greens, tees and fairways, which are carefully set among soft rolling hills and prime Minnesota forest. Natural hazards and strategically placed trees provide a challenging golf experience. In 2002, The Pines was ranked 5-stars by Golf Digest and The Preserve is currently ranked 4.5-stars by Golf Digest. For more information, please click here.
Steve Stoxen has served as camp director since 1991. He was a collegiate all-conference player with two national final appearances, and currently coaches a very competitive high school team. This year Steve, is accompanied by Jack Wawro, a PGA professional at The Pines for the past nine years. Along with teaching many lessons at The Pines, Jack has placed in the top 25 in the Minnesota PGA for the past five years. Steve and Jack, along with several other experienced coaches and collegiate players, are committed to providing expert instruction and a fun learning experience.
Very few Golf Camps offer the high level of skill instruction in addition to all the benefits of a traditional camp experience. Our campers are not housed in dorms, but live in rustic log-style cabins. Campers eat three meals daily in the camp dining hall where all meals are served family-style with a selection of healthy food to choose from. In addition, campers have the opportunity to participate in traditional camp activities such as riflery, archery, horseback riding and waterfront activities. Resident counselors supervise the campers during cabin time, meals, evening activities and other special events.