Largo golf course offers youth summer programs

June 13, 2012 by  

The Largo Golf Course, in Largo, Florida, began its weekly summer camps for children between the ages of 4 and 15 on Monday, June 11. The Golf Course is no doubt using flyer printing and poster printing to make parents and guardian aware of the program so that they can sign their children up for these camps.

The Weekly Summer Camps run from Monday through Friday for a period of two hours a day. Youth Golf Clinics will also be held on Saturday mornings from 9:00 am until 10:00 am and can be signed for on a drop-in session basis or at a discounted monthly rate. All skill levels of children can attend the two youth programs, which concentrate on etiquette, the proper stance, grip, and swing of the golf club. A tournament is held at the end of the summer, as is a skills challenge.

The two programs were started by head golf professional, James Sturgeon, who has been teaching golf lessons to both adults and youngsters for over ten years. He has been selected as the United States Kids Top Instructor of the year for 2010 and 2011 and the national Instructor of the Year for 2010.

According to Sturgeon, the Golf Course in Largo is a good way to learn how to play golf as the prices for the courses are reasonable and the course is fun to play. He added that the first Junior Golf Tournament, held at the Golf Course last month, demonstrated how much the kids can grow and learn the game of golf.

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