Yesterday we attended the 2013 US Kids Golf World Championship Open Ceremony at Pinehurst Resort and really enjoyed it. All those junior golfers had been waiting at the entrance of Pinehurst Resort, assorted by different countries. They carried various gifts, pins, flags, badges, artcrafts etc. and exchanged gifts with kids from different countries. Alissa and Sophia really enjoyed the gift exchanging .
At 6pm the parade started. A big golf statues came first, then all those young championship in 2012 was rided on a car one by one —– how proud they are! Alissa was excited at seeing those Miss North Carolin, Miss Pinehurst, Princess of Pinhurst also joining the parade. Finally all the junior golf players as well as their family started parade. We whole family really enjoy the parade following Canada’s flag, following China’s team. There were over 1000 young golfers from more tan 40 countries participated in the World Championship. It was long parade with good ending: free ice cream for every golf participants. What a fun day of US Kids Golf World Championship Open Ceremony!
Hundreds Golf Course will offer Kids Golf Free program from July 8th to July 14th, 2013.
What is Take A Kid To The Course?
Developed by the National Golf Course Owners Association Canada to encourage families and juniors to take up the game of golf, this cross-Canada campaign is designed to illustrate how easy it is to improve both your score and your relationship with your children by bringing them out to the golf course.
How can I participate?
HUNDREDS of courses will offer FREE golf to children under the age of 16 who are accompanied by a paying adult during the Take A Kid to the Course program taking place July 8-14, 2013.
In addition to free golf, many courses will offer additional programs such as junior clinics, free range balls, free junior club rentals and parent/child tournaments.
For more detail information, please contact Sarah Allen National Golf Course Owners Association Canada Tel: 613-226-3616 ext. 32 Fax: 613-226-4148 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope you enjoy the Kids Golf Free program in July!
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