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The event will feature a variety of stations for the children in attendance to work their way through, each focused on a different aspect of the game.

Dave Callum, the course’s General Manager talks about the intentions of the program.

“It’s kind of a swing into spring for junior golf. The program was designed to provide kids with a fun introduction to the game of golf.”

Interested participants will receive tutorials from certified instructors, and the program caters to kids ranging from 4 and up. The program will provide all the necessary equipment and even provide SNAG clubs for interested youngsters.

SNAG is an acronym meaning Starting New At Golf, and features beginner Nerf clubs designed for the really young participants.

Best of all, the program is free for anyone interested in registering. The event will run from 1-4 p.m. at Lone Wolf Golf Course, and will also be providing food and goodie bags for participants.

Last year was the program’s inaugural year, which according to Callum, was extremely successful. He thinks that success will carry over to year two, and expects approximately 150-200 people in attendance.

For more information on the program, please contact the Lone Wolf Golf Course at 250-789-3711.

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