Whidbey Golf Club offers Junior Camp

Youngsters will get the opportunity to learn the game of golf at the Whidbey Golf Club’s Junior Camp 1-3 p.m. July 18-20.

The camp will focus on introducing juniors to the different clubs and the fundamentals of the swings for each.

Other topics covered will be rules and etiquette (golf-course safety, how to act while on the golf course, how to take care of the golf course); putting (etiquette while on the green, grip/stance/alignment, line versus pace); short game (when to putt, chip or pitch, grip/stance/alignment, hitting the ball high versus low); and full swing (driving-range and golf-course safety, grip/stance/alignment).

For more information, call 360-675-5490, ext. 1; to register, go to www.whidbeygolfclub.com

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