By: Hayley Wilson—
Boys and girls ages 13 and under learn and play golf on teams with friends
Muncie, IN – PGA Professionals in greater Muncie are offering PGA Junior League Golf, a fun and social opportunity that gives boys and girls ages 13 and under of all abilities the opportunity to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf.
PGA Junior League Golf takes a team-approach to the game. Much like other recreational youth sports, kids wear numbered jerseys, and play on teams with friends, utilizing a popular scramble format for competition. In 2016, a record-setting 36,000 kids participated in the program nationwide.
Local facilities hosting PGA Junior League Golf are listed below. Parents can visit PGAJLG.com, click “Find a Team” or “Sign Up,” and search by facility name or by ZIP code to easily register for the team of their choice. Registration closes soon and spots are limited, so parents are encouraged to register their children now.
- Delaware Country Club (Muncie)
- The Players Club @ Woodland Trails (Yorktown)
- Anderson Country Club (Anderson)
- Memorial Park Golf Course* (New Castle)
PGA and LPGA Professionals serve exclusively as Captains for PGA Junior League Golf teams, ensuring kids are given the opportunity to learn from the experts in the game. With parents and family members encouraged to serve as coaches, volunteers and spectators, PGA Junior League Golf involves the entire family and introduces them to an all-ages sport they can play and enjoy together.
The program also has the support of some of the biggest names in golf—including Rory McIlroy, Michelle Wie, Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson—who serve as Ambassadors for PGA Junior League Golf.
Hayley Wilson, is with Alday Communications, Inc., email@example.com, 615-791-1535