Introducing Kids to the Game of Golf.

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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Less Clubs Leads To More Shots (Guest Blogger – Bryan Lach/PGA)

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Parents, Playing | 0 comments

Growing up, my parents didn’t play golf. So this meant no “hand me downs” from Dad, no tips and no custom golf clubs to get me...

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Planting the Golf Seed – Start your own Group

Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Parents, Playing | 0 comments

The My Little Golfers seed started over 36+ months ago with a deep passion to share the joy I experienced when introducing the game of golf...

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Golf – Through the Eye’s of a Child

Posted by on Jan 18, 2012 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Parents, Playing | 0 comments

Playing golf for an adult is pretty self explanatory; we strive for good shots and low scores.  But for a child they see going to the golf...

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Establishing Right Ball Position

Posted by on Dec 16, 2011 in Chipping, First Lessons | 0 comments

Part of teaching your child to hit the ball correctly is making sure that you have a few of the key fundamentals correct (grip, posture and...

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Hitting the Ball

Posted by on Dec 11, 2011 in Chipping, First Lessons | 0 comments

Harvey Penick taught me the game of golf starting at a very young age.  One thing that made Harvey such a great teacher is his colorful...

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