Junior Golf Camp off and running


Week 1 of the National Road Junior Golf Program was a success in spite of Mother Nature’s attempt to dampen the festivities. Sixty two kids participated in the golf camp representing 12 school districts. “It is great to see all the kids back again this year,” said Course Pro Ivan Smith. “They are anxious to show me how they have improved.” Coughlin Automotive provided lunch for all of the participants and volunteers. Members of the senior group are from left: Jose Kern, Nick Berchtold, Hobbes Treynor, Andy Fullmer and Joseph Johnson.

Week 1 of the National Road Junior Golf Program was a success in spite of Mother Nature’s attempt to dampen the festivities. Sixty two kids participated in the golf camp representing 12 school districts. “It is great to see all the kids back again this year,” said Course Pro Ivan Smith. “They are anxious to show me how they have improved.” Coughlin Automotive provided lunch for all of the participants and volunteers. Members of the senior group are from left: Jose Kern, Nick Berchtold, Hobbes Treynor, Andy Fullmer and Joseph Johnson.
Week 1 of the National Road Junior Golf Program was a success in spite of Mother Nature’s attempt to dampen the festivities. Sixty two kids participated in the golf camp representing 12 school districts. “It is great to see all the kids back again this year,” said Course Pro Ivan Smith. “They are anxious to show me how they have improved.” Coughlin Automotive provided lunch for all of the participants and volunteers. Members of the senior group are from left: Jose Kern, Nick Berchtold, Hobbes Treynor, Andy Fullmer and Joseph Johnson. Contributed photo