Golf Tasmania’s After School Junior Golf Days to be held in April alongside the North-West Coast
North-West youngsters are being endorsed to hit the fairways following month as a part of Golf Tasmania’s drive to get younger players concerned in the sport.
The After Schools Junior Golf Days may be held across 3 Coastal golf equipment and is geared toward individuals from grades 4-6. Golf Tasmania improvement supervisor Simon Weston stated the event, which attracted 35 participants last yr within the south, is unfastened to all players. “If they would like to attempt golfing then come along. If they have a few prior experiences or now not they’re additionally maximum welcome,” Weston said. “All equipment will be furnished to folks that need it – clubs, balls and tees.” Devonport Country Club expert Darren Spencer, who additionally runs a junior occasion at his membership every Tuesday afternoon, stated getting kids out at the route rather than just on the practice fairway makes it a miles more attractive alternative.
“The event will include a six-hollow quick-path format starting at 3.30pm and jogging for about hours,” he said. “Out at the course you can provide education at the go and show the children the etiquette needed to play the game like repairing divots, marking putts and we discover that greater fun than simply hitting balls down at the range.” The After School Junior Golf Days can be staged at Ulverstone Golf Club on Tuesday, April 2, Devonport Country Club on Wednesday, April three, and the Seabrook Golf Club on Thursday, April 4. Parents interested by getting their youngsters to participate are advocated they ring their relevant golf equipment earlier than the occasion on third 922 654 (Ulverstone – Craig Mowat), 0408 174 900 (Darren Spencer – Devonport), or 0437 746 007 (Aiden Withers – Seabrook).