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Children are being given the opportunity to sharpen their golf skills for the upcoming season.

Starting Monday, May 16, the Lone Wolf Golf Club will host a CN Future Links Learn to Play Program where they can learn the ins and outs of the game.

Learn to Play is a new seven-level development program designed to help young golvers develop their skills through seven detailed levels.

The five week program will run Monday nights from May 16 until June 13. The program is only $20 dollars for non-members and is free of charge for junior members. As an added bonus, if participants become interested in a membership after going through the program, the $20 fee will be credited towards a junior membership.

Lone Wolf General Manager Dave Callum says the program “will not only introduce children to the game, but will make it more affordable, accessible and give kids a chance to learn the game at a high energy.”

Lone Wolf will also be providing participants access to a free set of used golf clubs, which have been cut down to a junior size. However, if students have access to their own clubs, they are encouraged to bring them.

For more information on the CN Future Links program, or to register, please visit the website of call 1-800-263-0009.

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