Shooting Camps and Clinics
Troubleshooting for "Troubled Shooters"
WHAT is a SHOT DOCTOR Shooting Camp?
• It is a 1 - 4 day local program, concentrating on shooting
technique and basic offensive skills, while emphasizing the
proper attitude and mental approach to basketball. Teaching
activities include: video analysis, drills, contests, lectures,
competition and more.
WHO can host a camp?
• Any coach with access to a gym who is interested in improved
shooting and creating consistency and unity within a program.
• Any community with 20-75 kids interested in shooting properly
and learning self-improvement skills.
WHEN and WHERE are the camps held?
• Camps are usually hosted during the summer, but can be held
anytime campers are available (Christmas, Spring Break, Easter,
• Locations include high schools, colleges and community centers
in small towns and large cities across America.
WHO and HOW MANY can participate?
• Although the host coach (Camp Director- This could be YOU!) decides
what age groups to invite, we encourage participation from boys
and girls ages 8-18.
• Camp size varies with the types of facilities and communities, but
25-50 is a typical range.
WHO are the "Program Directors"?
• SHOT DOCTOR selects Program Directors based on camp
experience, reference, reputation, ability and their commitment to our
program. Many of our experienced Directors are Head or Assistant coaches at various collegiate
levels, others are high school coaches. They must be, among other
things, teachers, motivators, administrators, organizers and
most importantly, enthusiastic individuals. We know that
your camp will only be as effective as our Program Director. While we
currently have over 50 "Shot Doctors" to call upon, we are always
looking for good Program Directors. However, we are very selective.
If you are interested in more information on becoming a SHOT DOCTOR
Program Director, please call or write today.
HOW do i sign up to Host a Camp?
1. Choose the format that fits your needs and schedule from our "Formats and Tuitions" page of our web site.
2. Register your camp with Shot Doctor by filling out and submitting from the "Order Form" page of our web site.
3. Receive a confirmation from Shot Doctor. Reserve the gym time for specific dates you want for your camp.
4. Receive a brochure for your camp as an email attachment, have it copied and give it to the players you want to have attend. Campers can also register online. (see Camp Schedule for current examples)
5. Use our online tracking system to post registrations you receive back from your players and keep posted on how you are doing from online registrations.
6. Contact Bob Topp, National Director, if you have questions at any point.