Young golfers on a green. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Junior golf clinic at Crown Isle in Courtenay

Crown Isle is hosting a Future Links Golf Clinic, teaching FUNdamental skills to boys and girls 8-13 years old, being held on Saturday, Sept. 28, 1:30 to 2:45 pm.

The clinic is free, but space is limited to just 21 students. You must pre-register by calling the Crown Isle pro shop at 250-703-5029. Deadline is Sept. 26. CPGA professionals will be instructing and all equipment will be provided.

After, you can walk around the golf course and watch the best junior golfers in Canada. The Future Links, driven by Acura Championships, are a series of regional junior golf championships conducted by Golf Canada in association with the PGA of Canada and Canada’s provincial golf associations. The purpose of these championships is to give exceptional Canadian junior golfers the opportunity to develop and showcase their competitive skills at the highest level of tournament golf. Thanks to the Zone 6 Women and British Columbia Golf for funding this clinic.

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