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Jr.Hitmen - Putts & Pucks

Cities Calgary, Alberta
Contact Senior Director - Donna Kozun
Phone 403-536-4567
Ages Novice / Atom / Peewee & Bantam
Cost $ 595 plus GST / Payment Plans available
On Ice

The Putts and Pucks Summer Camp provides participants the opportunity to increase their hockey skills while also learning about and playing golf! We have partnered with McKenzie Meadows Golf Club to provide a unique golf and hockey summer camp experience for our athletes. McKenzie Meadows Golf Club will supply golf clubs to participants in need, but you are welcome to bring along your own set.


Program Highlights:

  • 10 on-ice sessions
  • 5 golf instruction sessions
  • 5 off-ice activities
  • Transport provided to and from the golf course / arena
  • Hockey - Showcase Friday! On the last day of camp, players will participate in a showcase game in front of family and friends highlighting progress they have made
  • Golf - Showcase Friday! Parents are welcome to visit McKenzie Meadows and watch the kids take part in a friendly competition where they will be provided the opportunity to win prizes



The on-ice hockey sessions will consist of station based drills, as well as full-ice drills and small area games. The on-ice sessions will focus on, but are not limited to: skating, agility, balance, speed, stride technique, edge work, shooting, passing, scoring and position specific drills. Participants will receive high level coaching from a knowledgeable and experienced coaching staff.

Off Ice

The golf portion of the Putts and Pucks program will teach participants the fundamentals of golf while providing them the opportunity to be outside enjoying the summer sun. McKenzie Meadows high quality instructors will instruct participants on the basic rules of golf, along with teaching them putting, chipping and driving. Participants will take part in 1 hr of golf instruction each day. The remaining dry-land sessions will consist of off-ice activities such as soccer, flag football and baseball.

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