Introducing Kids to the Game of Golf.

Creating your Own “Picture” Adventure

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Kids, Playing | 0 comments

My 5 year old has the attention span of a gnat.  My wife fondly refers to her as “Jason in a skirt”… knowing this, I have been very...

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Learning the Swing – Clipping the Tee

Posted by on Jul 22, 2012 in Best Practices, Chipping, First Lessons, For Kids | 1 comment

Katie, my 5 year old, just started to learn to play this year.  She is a full spirit personality, whom my wife refers to as “Jason in a...

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Teach your child to Juggle… like Tiger and Reese!

Posted by on Jan 16, 2012 in Best Practices, For Kids, Games to Play, Hitting Games | 4 comments

The first time I saw someone make a golf ball “dance” in the club was Chi Chi Rodriguez.  Still to this day, I am amazed at his...

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Walking vs. Riding

Posted by on Jan 1, 2012 in Best Practices, For Kids | 0 comments

  When I grew up… it was foreign for a kid to be caught riding in a golf cart.  Somewhere over the last 20 years, kids got lazier...

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Eye Hand Coordination and Fun Games

Posted by on Oct 3, 2011 in For Kids, Games to Play | 0 comments

Kids love games…and the goofier, the more innovative… typically means more fun and giggles.  This past weekend my two girls were in...

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Horseshoes, Golf Balls and Putting

Posted by on Sep 13, 2011 in Featured, For Kids, Putting Games | 1 comment

A critical factor for success in raising your young golfer is playing games. The games don’t have to be structured or have any basic rules, the key is just to go have some fun and let your creative juices flow. Through games kids will learn…what parents need to recognize is that giving them instruction or having them do boring drills will create an environment where candidly… the game is not that fun for a youngster.

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