Junior golfers getting into the swing of summer at Chambers Bay

Thursday, June 16, 2016 1:00 PM

The following is a guest post by Ryan Young, PGA Certified Professional at Chambers Bay Golf Course

Chambers Bay is calling all local junior golfers!

After the U.S. Open Golf Championship at Chambers Bay Golf Course in 2015, visitors flocked to the course from around the world to follow in the footsteps of the greats. One year later, the course is welcoming a much younger crowd of golfers with some unique programs for those who just might be the sport's future greats.

Chambers Bay has announced its Summer Junior League starting in July. This summer league caters to any junior golfer looking for organized practice and play opportunities. The course's PGA instructors will host weekly practice sessions where juniors will get detailed swing instruction and organized golf drills. These sessions will be set up like high school and college golf team practices, so they can prepare themselves for a future in the sport. Also, for enrolling in the summer league, your junior will be eligible to play Chambers Bay for only $5 after practice!

Busy schedule this summer? Then hopefully your junior can join us for our PGA Junior Golf Camp, July 5-8th.

The PGA Junior Golf Camps are half- and full-day camps designed exclusively for the development of the junior golfer. Camps are open to boys and girls between the ages of 7-17, of all athletic abilities, golf experience, and competitive desire. Whether a child has professional aspirations, collegiate scholarship goals or simply wants to play a round with mom or dad, each child enrolled in our camps is warmly welcomed.

Please visit http://pgajuniorgolfcamps.com/ for more detailed information or email me at ryoung@kempersports.com

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