June 1-4, 2016





Josh Brewer Golf Camp

Josh Brewer, head coach of the University of Georgia women’s golf team, is excited about hosting his 2016 Josh Brewer Golf Camp. The camp is designed to help golfers at all levels develop and hone their skills while having fun and enhancing their love of the game.

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Campers will gain valuable insight on what it takes to compete at the highest collegiate level from current and past Georgia golfers. The camp will be conducted at the University of Georgia Golf Course, the same layout that hosted the 2013 NCAA Division I Championships and has served as site as women's college golf's national championships five times. Georgia's second-to-none practice and locker room facilities also are utilized in staging the camps.


Brewer is in his fourth season as head coach of the Bulldogs. He gained a nationally respected reputation as a skillful tactical coach and tireless recruiter during a decade as an assistant coach for the men's golf program at Indiana University and as an assistant for both the women's and men's programs at Southern Cal. At Indiana from 2002-08, Brewer helped coach two All-Americans and three Big Ten Player of the Year honorees. While in Los Angeles from 2008-12, USC won two PAC-10 team titles and produced a National Player of the Year, a National Freshman of the Year and 12 All-Americans.


Brewer delivered similar results in his initial campaign with the Bulldogs. Georgia finished as runner-up at the SEC Championships, captured the team title at the FSU Match-Up Tournament and earned three individual medalist honors. In addition, Emilie Burger and Manuela Carbajo Ré both secured All-America accolades.


All camps are open to any and all entrants limited

by number, age, gender or grade


These activities are not sponsored by, nor do any fees paid accrue to the benefit of The University of Georgia Athletic Association or the Regents of the University System of Georgia, none of which assume any responsibility for injury or damages to person or property arising out of any occurrence during this activity.