The Junior Golf Foundation of America, Inc. hosted their first Junior Tournament this past Sunday. I encouraged several of my junior students to participate because it gives them an opportunity to play against other golfers their age. Additionally, they will see first-hand how they play when I am not standing close-by to offer guidance. For my students it opened up a need to focus on a specific skill in our next lesson, it made them aware that playing competitively very stressful and most importantly playing in a tournament is a great way to build confidence.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND START TESTING YOUR SKILLS!
The summer is a great time to reconnect families through golf. Families that golf together stay together. Well it has worked for my family. I play with my daughter and I play with my brothers when we are in the same city. We have a lot of fun but we are also a tad bit competitive. If you feel the same way, consider participating in the next Parent-Child Scramble. Details are below: