Saturday, April 28, 2012
EDC Camp. San Francisco - April 28th
(09:00 AM - 03:00 PM)
Early Development Training Centers are new programs established by Patrick McEnroe and Player Development to enable us to recruit and retain our most precious resource: young athletes, ages 6 to 10. Having numerous successful EDC's around the country will help us grow the talent pool of junior players and create a new wave of world-class tennis professionals in the years to come.
TAUT COACHING EDUCATION - April 28th at 7am
(07:00 AM - 03:00 PM)
EDC Camps are a tool for COACH IDENTIFICATION as well as Player Identification.
ALL NorCal Coaches are invited to attend a FREE Coaching Education Session run by a USTA National or Faculty Coach at each EDC Camp. Learn the USTA Teaching and Coaching Philosophy of 10 and Under Tennis and familiarize yourself with the drills and progressions for working with players of this age. Come and collaborate with our TAUT coaches, and be a part of NorCal's Player Development team.
HIGH PERFORMANCE COACHING EDUCATION - Napa - April 28th
(07:00 AM - 08:00 PM)
Coaches Orientation - 7-8am and again from 12-1pm.
ALL NorCal Coaches are invited to attend the Coaches Orientation run by a NorCal Coaches Commission member prior to the start of each Player Development Camp. Learn the USTA Teaching and Coaching Philosophy (created by Jose Higueras and Patrick McEnroe) that is implemented at the National Training Centers. Please attend to learn, collaborate, and join with NorCal's Player Development team
Player Development Camp - Napa - April 28th
(08:00 AM - 05:00 PM)
NorCal Player Development Camps (PDC's)provide opportunities for our most committed players come together, build friendships, work hard in a team setting, and benefit from some intensive training and competition amongst friends.
The PDC's are section run camps, that help us identify players for the RTC Camps. PDC's are hosted by the Coaches Commission, which is a group of some of our strongest high performance coaches who have been most generous in their willingness to give back to the game.