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Discussion: Senior softball camp Altamonte Springs Fla.

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Nov. 4, 2013
Locoengineer
22 posts
Senior softball camp Altamonte Springs Fla.
Any of you fellows ever attended the Senior camp in Altamonte Springs Fla.? it is held every winter for five days hosted by Al Schneider. I am signed up next Febuary and looking for some feedback positive or negitive. Thanks
Nov. 4, 2013
J R
180 posts
Horrible experience in the world.He did not tell you that people bring their sons no matter what so you play against young people.Most of the teams are made up people that come down from the north.They have been coming for years.No camp took batting practice one day then double elimination tournament.Was not told til I got there no senior bats. I had to go buy ASA bat.
Nov. 5, 2013
Top42
Men's 50
1 posts
I have gone to this camp for several years and always have a good time. You play two games a day on very nice fields. The competion level varies from team to team and year to year, but if you want to play ball and get in some early softball it is great. A very nice group of guys, many have been coming for years. Al Schneider sees to it that you have a good experience. Injuries permitting, I will be going again.
Nov. 5, 2013
Fred S
Men's 80
83 posts
I haven't gone for the last 4 yrs, got harder to keep up with the young pups, and I really enjoyed it.

JR is right it is not a Softball Camp where you get hitting or fielding help. It is basically a pickup team type tournament with 8 games.
Nov. 5, 2013
boogpow44
51 posts
i attended softball magazines spring training in cocoa beach and had a great time last year, couldnt wait to sign up for 2014. i never hit so many softballs in my life. combat and worth had their senior bats down there. you might want to check them out.
Nov. 5, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2641 posts
I will attend Classic Spring Training in Jacksonville, Fl in the month of February. I will also be attending Softball Magazine's Spring Training, week 1, Cocoa Beach in March.
I would recommend both. There is a difference in each one, depends on what you are looking for.
Each focuses on batting practice with some scrimmage game thrown in. Softball Mag's also have clinics on fielding and pitching. CST has a pitching clinic and I'm sure if enough desire it a fielding clinic would be offered.
Nov. 5, 2013
surf88
Men's 60
868 posts
Classic Spring Training in Jacksonville is a great camp to knock the rust off and get ready for the spring season ahead. Curt Hollis and his family have worked hard and put their heart and souls into their camp. I think you would enjoy your experience there. I did.
Nov. 5, 2013
Locoengineer
22 posts
Thanks for you input men, To BruceinGa,and surf88 I cant find any info on Classic Sping Training in Jacksonville please give me an e-mail or phone Thanks
Nov. 5, 2013
wiseguy298
Men's 55
9 posts
Here you go Loco... www.classicspringtraining.com
Nov. 5, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2641 posts
I just went to www.classicspringtraining.com and it states signups start nov 10. It's usually on Presidents Day weekend.
Nov. 6, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2641 posts
Classic Spring Training usually is held on Presidents Day weekend in February, not signups.
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