Junior golf training continues

2016-11-17 06:01
Photo: supplied Young golf hopefuls at the Port Shepstone Country Club.

Photo: supplied Young golf hopefuls at the Port Shepstone Country Club.

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ANOTHER training session for junior golfers was held at Port Shepstone Country Club on Friday. Started nine weeks ago by Petrus Ferreira, the aim of the training is to nurture young talent and eventually form a junior golf league on the South Coast.

Grey skies did not dampen the spirits of the pupils as they learnt the basics, including alignment and the strength of the stroke.

“Getting to know your game around the greens is most important,” said Ferreira.

“Bring the children and let them try it out. As mentioned before, no fees are being charged, however, as soon as they get in to the swing of it and we feel they are course-ready, an entry fee of R60 and a yearly membership of R50 will be payable in the office at the country club.”

No other fees are payable except for playing rounds of golf, payable at the proshop. - Supplied.


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