Boys and girls ages 11 and older. All skill levels are welcome, but high school graduates are
not eligible to attend.
$1,475.00 for the week.
A $750.00 registration fee is due with the application. The final payment of $725.00 is due by the start of the week the student will be attending. Once a student is accepted, $100.00 of the total payment is non-refundable for any reason. Two weeks before the Academy begins, $750.00 becomes non-refundable. A $125.00 KEY DEPOSIT CHECK (do not charge this on your credit card) for damages, dorm key, and dorm entry card is required by Duke University and is due before the Academy begins. The deposit check will be returned at check-out when the key and the card are returned, and the dorm rooms have been checked for damages.
It is assumed that your child is covered under your hospitalization plan and no arrangements have been made to cover him or her under a special policy. A HEALTH FORM will be sent to you once the application has been received.
CHECK-IN AND DEPARTURE
Registration will be held at the Karcher Ingram Golf Center at the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on the Saturday of each week. At registration, each student must turn in his or her HEALTH FORM and KEY DEPOSIT CHECK (made out to Duke Academy of Golf), unless it has already been submitted. Departure flights from Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU) should not be booked earlier than 3:00 p.m. on Thursday and no later than 8:00 p.m.
Transportation will be provided to and from the Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU). Arrival: An Academy representative will meet your child at the baggage claim area and will accompany him or her to the Academy registration desk. Departure: We will escort your child to the check-in counter. Further information will be included in communications.
DO NOT MAKE AIRLINE RESERVATIONS UNTIL THE STUDENT’S APPLICATION HAS BEEN ACCEPTED.
Golf shoes can be worn but are not necessary. Each student will be expected to bring his or her own set of golf clubs. Name labels are strongly encouraged.
FACILITIES AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Students will stay in residential halls on West Campus (near the Duke Chapel). We do not have accommodations for students who arrive the day before or who leave the day after the Academy is in session. The learning facilities are superb, including four practice greens, an indoor skills center, plenty of hitting space, state-of-the-art video bays, a large air-conditioned classroom adjacent to the practice
range, and a Robert Trent Jones/Rees Jones redesigned course.
Dinner on Saturday, June 6 and June 13, will be the first meal provided (for the students only). Three meals a day will be served Sunday through Wednesday, then on Thursday breakfast and lunch will be served. All meals will be served at the Duke cafeteria, except for dinner on Saturday as well as breakfast and lunch on Thursday.