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Discussion: spring training
|Jan. 24, 2013|
attending spring training this year cocoa beach with softball magazine. any players out there who have attended this event, seems like a good way to start season.
|Jan. 25, 2013|
| I have been to Softball Magazines ST week one every year they have had it. Its a super well run event, top pros helping your swing, new bats to try out for free, lunch, banquet, and free bat and bag included in your package. Its a great event, and you have an opportunity to ask other players or the pros for help with your defense, throwing or swing. Set up so you can do what you want. Hit, play scrimmage games or practice defense. Gene, Jim Ramsey and staff do a great job. A nice mix of seniors, low and high level rec players from around the nation.|
Can't recommend this camp enough.
I have also attended Curt Hollis Classic Spring Training in Jax. This is another great event. It usually has a higher level of competitive players and usually more top level senior players...they too do a great job, and have a loyal following.
|Jan. 25, 2013|
|yes curt hollis event is great one to attend....and it is cheaper than all the others...thurs nite thru sunday,weekend of the 16th-17th of feb......|
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