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Junior Golf

 

Since its inception in 1998, the USBGA Junior Golf Program has experienced steady growth. Well over 5,000 children and adults have been introduced to blind and vision impaired golf through our junior golf and adult program. Our program is about one-on-one interaction between a PGA professional or volunteer instructor and each individual golfer.

The USBGA Junior Golf Program is about inclusion. It will help the students be active, increase their social skills, and in reality, be similar to the world of the emotions they will experience in their lives. They will feel challenged, feel success, and feel failure. Like most golfers they'll feel frustrated, angry, and happy. Our hope is that many of our junior golfers will be impacted enough to break down barriers that they may encounter because of their disability; to obtain their goals and accomplish their dreams.

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First Tee & USBGA
 

June 5, 2017 - The USBGA worked with First Tee of Tucson, AZ and Tuscon's Camp Abilities to provide a golf clinic to 22 blind and visually impaired youngsters in Tuscon, AZ. Golf pro Robert Moreno, assisted Dick and Sharon Pomo, representing USBGA, in hosting the clinic.
Participants were given the opportunity to drive, chip and put. The goals of this clinic and others put on by USBGA throughout the United States is simply to expose blind and visually impaired children to the game of golf. Hopefully, some will continue to participate in the game as they grow older.




 

June 5, 2017 - USBGA & First Tee Clinic
Group picture of all clinic participants holding banner at driving range Image showing golfers and volunteers on the putting green
Image showing volunteers helping young golfers at driving range Image showing youth golfer with USBGA t-shirt on
Placard with First Tee logo in the middle and images of golf balls around outside.  Each golf ball has a description of golf terms such as birdie, eagle, par, etc. Image of a single golfer lining up for a shot at the driving range


 

 


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