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The UK Golf Show Junior Open

8.08am 12th March 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

In association with The UK Golf Show, the British Junior Golf Tour will be hosting ‘The UK Golf Show Junior Open‘ on Sunday 13th April; the prize, a place in the British Junior Golf Tour Winter Final 2008

Maintaining its focus on interactivity and emphasising once again that there are some things that you just can‘t do indoors, The UK Golf Show’s Junior Open will see up to 60 competitors aged between 6 & 17 competing over 18 holes for the chance to compete in the finals scheduled for the 18th April at the Forest Of Arden.

Steve Adams of the British Junior Golf Tour, “The British Junior Golf Tour was started in 2005, through the demand from juniors nationwide for a UK Tour that allows them to compete regularly in a professional environment. The tour is not only fun and enjoyable but also allows them to develop their golfing skills and confidence.

“With the support of The UK Golf Show, its proof how we in the UK, are finally catching on that Children are the future of golf, and with the UK Golf Show Junior Open, we will be giving the public the opportunity to show support for our nations junior competitors at this first outdoor show.”

Show director, Kevin Blair comments, “We‘re once again delighted to be in a position to assist in the development of junior golf. Whittlebury Park’s USPGA standard greens will prove a tough challenge for these talented youngsters even with the adjusted yardages being employed for the differing age groups. We are also looking forward to this becoming an annual feature at the event.”

UK Golf Show 2008 www.theukgolfshow.co.uk
British Junior Golf Tour www.juniorgolftour.co.uk

       

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