Juniper Golf Course Offering PGA Jr. League for Kids Ages 13 and Under
Fun and engaging format allows kids to learn and play golf on co-ed teams with friends
Juniper Golf Course is offering PGA Jr. League for boys and girls ages 13 and under of all skill levels, and registration is now open. Families can visit PGAJrLeague.com to learn more, locate Juniper Golf Course’s PGA Jr. League program, and register online by the deadline of 4/30/2021.
PGA Jr. League brings kids together to learn and play golf on teams, with expert coaching from PGA Professionals. Players compete in a two-person scramble format that encourages mentorship and builds confidence. PGA Jr. League makes it possible to stay physically distanced while socially connected, making this team-based activity a healthy option for kids.
“PGA Jr. League is such a great way to introduce boys and girls to golf, or for experienced golfers to enjoy a fun and relaxed format,” said Hayden Stratton, PGA Teaching Professional at Juniper Golf Course. “Best of all, families can feel confident that their children are learning a lifetime sport in a responsible and nurturing way.”
|What||PGA Jr. League at Juniper Golf Course • Captained by Hayden Stratton, PGA Register here by 4/30/2021: www.pgajrleague.com|
Each player will receive a kit that includes two jerseys (one orange and one blue); bag tag; stickers; hat or visor; drawstring bag; and Game Guide. Additionally, the program includes 7-8 Practices; 5-6 games
|Who||Boys and girls ages 6 - 13 (No prior golf experience is necessary to participate)|
|Where||Juniper Golf Course (1938 SW Elkhorn Ave., Redmond, OR 97756)|
|When||Season runs from May – July • Practices will be held on Thursdays, beginning May 6th from 5:30 - 7:30 PM • Games held Saturdays at Juniper GC, Eagle Crest & Meadow Lakes (schedule to be announced soon)|
Last June, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, PGA Jr. League released its 2020 Program Guidelines, developed under review from medical advisors and in alignment with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), with the intent of conducting the program in the most responsible manner possible. Juniper Golf Course continues to abide by guidelines put forth by local and state health authorities.