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Junior golf competitions are a great way of preparing youngsters for the rigours of a professional golfing career. Pitting their skills against other gifted young players on quality golf courses across the UK provides the perfect vehicle for perfecting the skills that they will need to play challenge the world’s elite golfers in later life. Competitions are structured so as to provide a fun environment that is designed to stimulate a young golfer’s appetite for the game. With 28 so called “county tours” taking place in regions across the country, top placed youngsters go forward to 11 regional finals from whence the winners take part in the UK Grand Final. It’s junior golfing competition at its very best.
The best way of grooming and preparing youngsters for the fun world of kid’s golf tournaments is to throw them in at the deep end. Of course they have to be reasonably well trained, or at least possess a certain amount of natural talent; but if they do meet either of these criteria, there is no substitute for the real experience of golf competition. UK Kids Golf UK recognises this fact and has set out to provide the perfect arena for kids to take part in quality golf tournaments across the country to see if they measure up, or whether they have the basic raw material to build on for the future. If you want to give your youngster the chance to join the golfing elite elite or for them simply to have fun playing in local friendly golf competitions, sign up now
Golf events are what UK Kids Golf are all about. The fun and thrill of competitions for junior golfers, played out on some of the best courses and venues across the UK - who could ask for more? It’s the perfect background for nurturing and training golfing talent in youngsters. UK Kids Golf are an non profit making organisation that have been set up to identify golfing talent in our young ones. By helping these kids to grow and realise their full golfing potential, we have created the perfect nest-bed for nurturing the talent of the kids destined to be the UK’s next number ones. If you think you might have the next Tiger Woods or Annika Sorenstam in the making, sign him/her up now and give that talent the potential to blossom.