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4 Reasons Families Are Returning to Youth Sports Through Golf

By PGA Jr. League, 06/23/20, 4:00PM EDT

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Why you should consider a PGA Jr. League experience this year

Physical distancing with hula hoops during PGA Jr. League practice

PGA Head Professional Meg Stem at Glenmoor Country Club shows just how easy physical distancing is with hula hoops at her PGA Jr. League team practice!

We’re excited for PGA Jr. League to return this summer as an option for families seeking a youth team sport! As communities begin to re-open, PGA Jr. League offers an opportunity to fill the void left by the loss of other close-contact activities and team sports. Here are four reasons why you should consider a PGA Jr. League experience this year:

1. Physical distancing is built in:

With open air and spacious greens, golf lends itself to physical distancing. PGA Jr. League offers a team format with no physical contact necessary.

2. Socialize responsibly:

PGA Jr. League is a great way to ease back into socializing with other kids and families responsibly. While there will be no gathering before, during or after practices or games this season, the golf course is a great place to catch up with friends from a distance and make new ones! 

3. Stay active all summer long:

PGA Jr. League offers a healthy way for kids to get off the screens and outside in nature. Try PGA Jr. League as a fun alternative to TV and video games! 

4. Our Captains care:

PGA Jr. League is all about creating fun golf experiences for players and families, and our PGA and LPGA Professional Captains are committed to creating responsible programs this season.

Click here to read the PGA Jr. League modifications and guidelines for a healthy 2020 season. We look forward to welcoming you back to the team!