• “I was fortunate to attend the recent GRAA Boot Camp at Fiddler’s Elbow. Hearing Stephen Kay present and to be so engaging concerning practice facility design and me being able to talk to other operators, to learn what is working for them, were both truly valuable.”

    - Bob Issler, Tom’s River Golf Center

  • “It was very exciting to be able to host a GRAA Boot Camp at our facility. Having taught at one the previous year, I knew it would be a very professionally run event attracting golf professionals from the area. The GRAA has really created a nice traveling product that is a must-attend if in your area!”

    - Nicole Weller, The Landings Club

  • “I support the GRAA in their Boot Camps, as well as all other opportunities to participate. Why? Because they do a tremendous job of recognizing the many deserving golf teachers across the country.”

    - Dana Rader, Dana Rader Golf School

  • “In our highly competitive market, Golf Range Magazine is one of my best sources for proven best practices and operational issues that pertain to the range.”

    - Mike Woods, Haggin Oaks Golf Complex

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp program is excellent. I will be looking forward to the next one!”

    - Tom Burley, Indian Wells Golf Resort

  • “The exchange of ideas at with other PGA professionals at the Mistwood GRAA Boot Camp and the practice facility design presentation were awesome and terrific. Great job!”

    - Ed Stevenson, Oak Meadows Golf Club

  • “Outstanding event! Meeting all of the astute fellow professionals and the private session the first evening with Lester George were the highlights of a great GRAA Boot Camp at Kinloch.”

    - Kevin Lovell, Winton Country Club

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp was outstanding! Seeing the junior golfer so entertained by Nicole Weller was exciting to watch and good to see people like Patrick and Ryan of the GRAA willing to find the challenges that we face in the business.”

    - Lee Puddlefoot, Olde Hickory Golf and Country Club

  • “Having the opportunity to share my best practices’ with the GRAA community has encouraged great feedback from my peers that I have used to further enhance my own programs. It is important for professionals to share their innovative ideas to continue growing the game.”

    - Scott Shapin, Kenwood Golf & Country Club

  • “I am very supportive and appreciate of your efforts to emphasize golf ranges in every capacity. The GRAA has huge potential to greatly benefit operators and PGA members.”

    - Joel Weitz, Vitense Golfland

  • “GRAA Boot Camps are a wonderful forum for professionals to gather and get new information and exchange ideas that can make us better professionals and operators. The value of these events is immeasurable.”

    - Bill Abrams, Balmoral Woods

  • “I always enjoy your Best Practices emails as they are chock filled with much, valuable information. Keep them coming!”

    - Judy Alvarez, The Florida Club

  • “The GRAA has been tremendous for our practice range and golf club. It is our go to resource for creative ideas, promotions and vendor referrals.”

    - Stephen Clancy, Granite Links Golf Club

  • “We can be an isolated industry when we are in the midst of our busy seasons. As a GRAA member, we appreciate the connection to others in our industry that the magazine and best practices provide.”

    - Rick and Patty Kline, Sittler Golf Center

  • “The GRAA is a great resource for any driving range (stand alone, public, private or resort) to use for networking and operational information. Golf Range Magazine and the Best Practices are invaluable products that provide proven ideas that can help all facilities use the range to drive revenue and grow the game!”

    - Greg Mason, Waverly Municipal Golf Course

  • “The GRAA provides valuable industry information from the top teachers in the game on player development and programming. My bottom line has been directly impacted from the information provided.”

    - Jim Estes, Olney Golf Park

  • “The GRAA best practices have been fun to read and always creative. Holding outings on the wedge range and hosting a demo day for women are just two ideas we have implemented.”

    - Mike Barge, Hazeltine National Golf Club

  • “We have been very happy with our relationship with the GRAA. I read much of Golf Range Magazine each month and I archive the ‘Best Practices’ so that when we are looking at something new I can go back and see if someone has already had that experience. Having that information readily at hand is very valuable.”

    - Danny Elkins, Georgia Golf Center

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp was a great experience and I learned a lot. It was great having Mike Malaska there; he really kept things interesting and was very helpful with his insight. I look forward to more educational opportunities through the GRAA.”

    - Chris Talerico, Santa Barbara Golf Club

  • “The GRAA certainly acts as a resource and avenue to research great ideas from leading industry professionals.”

    - Chad Fleming, TPC Jasna Polana

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp was great and I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to attend. Many best practices shared by experts at other facilities can only help to improve revenue and profitability at my facility. Even just implementing one idea learned from the GRAA Boot Camp makes it well worth attending.”

    - Joel Weitz, Vitense Golfland

  • “I am very supportive and appreciative of the GRAA’s efforts to emphasize golf ranges in every capacity. This organization has a huge potential to greatly benefit operators and PGA members.”

    - Joel Weitz, Vitense Golfland

  • “Every PGA Professional should have a chance to attend a GRAA Boot Camp!”

    - Will Reilly, Royal Palm Beach Golf Academy

  • “The golf architect talk at the GRAA Boot Camp was very eye opening! Great ideas to take back right away!”

    - Alan Manley, Augusta Technical College

  • “Dulles Golf Center and the Chuck Will Golf Academy have had a long standing, positive relationship with the GRAA. Through seminars, Golf Range Magazine, and Best Practices, we have gained valuable information and ideas that not only improve our facility, but directly impact our bottom line!”

    - Chuck Will, Dulles Golf Center

  • “The GRAA is great to work with because their goal truly is to help get, and keep, people interested in the game of golf. The association is very adamant about helping to promote the best facilities and instructors who do that!”

    - Scott Hogan, Scott Hogan Golf

  • “The GRAA boot camp I attended was informal, and educational. Learning from PGA National Teacher of the Year, Lou Guzzi, was a valuable experience. Definitely helped me improve as an instructor and the bottom line of my facility!”

    - Jason Blonder, Ash Brook Golf Course

  • “Loved the exchange of ideas at the GRAA boot camp. The GRAA staff kept the interest level high.”

    - Mimi Brown, Brown Golf Management

  • “As a three-time winner of the GRAA Top 50 Ranges, Red Ledges has received the positive recognition as one of the top private golf facilities in the state of Utah. This notoriety has brought numerous new golfing members and golf school students to Red Ledges, which has significantly increased operational revenues.”

    - Jon Paupore, Red Ledges

  • “I read GRAA Best Practices and Golf Range Magazine. After reading the topics, I apply the practices that make sense for my operation and modify them to meet the needs of my customers. These have had a positive impact on my business.”

    - Rob Sedorcek, Country Club of St. Albans

  • “Having experienced a growth in junior golf, equipment fitting along with the plans of building a new short game facility, GRAA has been a great tool to help us find ways to improve our bottom line.”

    - Rob Clark, The Ledges of Huntsville Mountain

  • “Always great to hear ideas from the industries best. Great GRAA Boot Camp at Fiddler’s Elbow.”

    - Doug Holub, Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course

  • “Our association with the GRAA goes back several years now. In that time, Shadow Ridge Country Club has been recognized as the region’s leader in practice area and driving range development. We really enjoy your ‘best practices’ features.”

    - Gary Gabrielson, Shadow Ridge Country Club

  • “In our highly competitive market, Golf Range Magazine is one of my best sources for proven best practices and operational issues that pertain to the range.”

    - Mike Woods, PGA, Haggin Oaks Golf Complex

  • “The GRAA is an amazing resource for all phases of golf. Their association encourages golf professionals and facility operators to get excited about utilizing our range to grow this great game. The GRAA’s information is extremely helpful and relevant in today’s world of golf.”

    - Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen, Jensen Lindebald Impact Golf Academy

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp at Haggin Oaks was a great opportunity to brainstorm with fellow professionals and to get some fresh ideas to try at my facility!”

    - Keith Lyford, Old Greenwood

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp was awesome! Great chance to meet and share with some of the best in the business! Keep it up.”

    - Jason Sedan, Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club

  • “The GRAA and its products provide me with a wealth of knowledge. As a teaching professional, the coverage the GRAA gives to instruction is invaluable to me, providing me with ideas and best practices from some of the best instructors in the country!”

    - Lou Guzzi, PGA, Lou Guzzi Golf Academy

  • “I wanted to thank you again for allowing me the opportunity to attend the GRAA Boot Camp. The event was very well organized and the learning opportunities were tremendous!”

    - Paul Vasquez, Muroc Lake Golf Course

  • “The GRAA is not just for driving ranges! Our golf courses benefit tremendously from our relationship with the GRAA. They provide us a wealth of knowledgeable resources in all facets of our operations from food & beverage to golf course maintenance and everywhere in between.”

    - Carl Filipowicz, Traditional Golf Properties

  • “GRAA best practices provide new and exciting ideas that we may be able to incorporate at TopGolf. Even if it’s not something that can be directly implemented at TopGolf, it tends to stimulate thinking towards related items that may be used at our facilities.”

    - Mark Caster, TopGolf

  • “I love to read the GRAA best practices and articles. New ways to do things or something a little different is hard to think of when we are all consumed in our own facilities. I also like that GRAA has incorporated videos, which is even more descriptive and love to see the visual aspect.”

    - Shawn Cox, The Grand Golf Club

  • “The sharing of ideas from both the GRAA Boot Camps and Golf Range Magazine is excellent! In a challenging economy, with golf being down not only in rounds played, but equipment and apparel sales, we need to rely on each other to continue to drive ideas for our patrons, customers, and members.”

    - Dan Baker, Golf Galaxy

  • “Thanks so much for an informative GRAA boot camp. I can’t wait to do it again.”

    - Marty Stumpf, Farmer Brown’s Golf Center

  • “Being recognized as one of the GRAA Top 50 Private Ranges in the country helped our membership grow to a full 300 golf members. We look forward to gathering more ideas in the future from the GRAA, and continuing to improve our golf facilities and the service to our membership.”

    - Dave Bahr, Maketewah Country Club

  • Golf Range Magazine, GRAA Best Practices and Boot Camp are all great ways to pick up new ideas that have been successful at other facilities in order to enhance my operation. Everything I’ve seen the GRAA do is a home run!”

    - Brian Varsey, Ocean Reef Club

  • “Thank you for bringing your GRAA Boot Camp to NJ – it was terrific! We got a lot of new ideas.”

    - Sue Delaney, Basking Ridge Country Club

  • “The GRAA staff was great at keeping on track and initiating discussion at the recent GRAA Boot Camp at Trump National – Los Angeles. There was way more interaction than I have seen at past educational seminars. Keep up the good work!”

    - Chris Talerico, Santa Barbara Golf Club

  • “Taking ideas that have been presented by Golf Range Magazine and GRAA best practices, then customizing those ideas to fit our facility has been so beneficial to Pine Meadow. My advice, read the magazine, read the GRAA best practices, you just never know where they may take you or your staff.”

    - Dennis Johnsen, Pine Meadow Golf Club

  • “The GRAA is a great resource for our business. It is a vehicle through which we can stay relevant, keep up with the latest and greatest and assist in running a top-notch operation.”

    - David Beltre, Chelsea Piers

  • “I have to say thanks to the GRAA for hosting their Boot Camps. Great agenda and excellent program!”

    - Patrick Casey, Brentwood Country Club of Los Angeles

  • “I actually learned something when I attended the GRAA Boot Camp, which is not always the case with those type of events. I was able to take away few ideas from the facilitators, and watching Keith Lyford reconfirmed that I am teaching the correct way to improve my students quickly.”

    - Phil Green, Home On The Range

  • “The recent GRAA Boot Camp was upbeat and informative. It was wonderful to hear great speakers like Lou Guzzi and Stephen Kay. I left the Boot Camp with more ideas than expected and will definitely attend another.”

    - Sean Driscoll, Big Swing Golf Center

  • “We pride ourselves and work very hard to maintain and grow our facility. It is always nice to be rewarded for our work, especially from a well respected and leading industry organization such as the GRAA.”

    - Phil Scally Jr., Scally’s Golf Center

  • “I really enjoy using the GRAA as a resource for my golf operations. From the best practices to equipment reviews, I can always count on the GRAA to help improve on what we do.”

    - Don Hurter, Castle Pines Golf Club

  • “The GRAA provides great information and covers a broad spectrum of topics to help me grow my business! I’ve kept in touch with many professionals I met at the Boot Camp, and have continually shared ideas.”

    - Brad Latimer, Smiley’s Golf and Learning Center

  • “I have been using Golf Range Magazine to help me stay current and to learn about trends in the industry. I have found the articles particularly useful in learning about what others have done to stay ahead of the curve. They have also given me ideas on what I can do to make our facility better. Thank you for making us all better.”

    - Dale Abraham, Desert Mountain Club

  • “Since being named one of GRAA’s Top 50 Growth of the Game Teaching Professionals my lesson book has exploded! I’m as busy as I can be. Thank you for this honor.”

    - Mike Richards, Mike Richards Golf Academy

  • “The past two years Liberty National has been given the honor of a GRAA Top 50 Golf Range. This is something we are very proud of and would like to thank GRAA for inspiring us to continue to improve our range operation through best practices and keeping us updated on industry trends. Thank you GRAA!”

    - Dan Schleichart, Liberty National

  • “The GRAA Boot Camp is a very good networking experience. Meeting and building relationships with the sponsors is very beneficial. I have connected with PowerTee and now have an installation in Minnesota — A very good ‘win-win situation’ if notfor the Boot Camp at TPC Twin Cities.”

    - Jim Deutsch, University of St. Thomas

  • “The GRAA has been an outstanding resource for not only Fox Hollow training center, but the three other ranges in our golf system. Golf Range Magazine keeps us on the leading edge of industry best practices across the country.”

    - Mike Messina, Fox Hollow Driving Range

  • “Dancing Rabbit Golf Club greatly values our relationship with the GRAA and is very proud of the recognition we have received. The GRAA helps all facilities to offer and show the best ideas, amenities and services possible for all golfers to enjoy.”

    - Mark Powell, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club

  • “Being involved with the GRAA is one of the best business decisions I have made. It helps me keep up-to-date with the latest information that is going on in the industry. I highly recommend you get involved.”

    - Rick Grayson, Rivercut Golf Course

  • “I love to read the GRAA best practices and articles. New ways to do things or something a little different is hard to think of when we are all consumed in our own facilities. I also like that GRAA has incorporated videos, which is even more descriptive and love to see the visual aspect.”

    - Shawn Cox, The Grand Golf Club

  • “I got some great ideas from the GRAA Boot Camp, which got me thinking of different ways to implement programs at my facility.”

    - Fred Glass, Neshanic Valley Golf Course

  • “We can be an isolated industry when we are in the midst of our busy seasons. As a GRAA member, we appreciate the connection to others in our industry that Golf Range Magazine and the GRAA Best Practices provide.”

    - Rick Kline, PGA, Sittler Golf Center

  • “More than anything, the GRAA has provided me new ideas and ways to help people play better golf and enjoy the game more. The videos and articles in Golf Range Magazine often give me a different view on a training aid or fresh perspective on a drill/exercise that I may not have used for some time.”

    - Andy Hilts, GolfTec

  • “It’s a pretty awesome publication that the GRAA has. Hats off to Rick Summers and his wonderful staff. The content is always great and relevant. I’m currently starting to implement some of the ideas I’ve seen in the magazine and emails.”

    - Greg Mason, Waverly Municipal Golf Course

  • “GRAA allows me see what my peers are up to and that really helps me come up with new ideas for our practice areas and teaching programs.”

    - Steve Dresser, Steve Dresser Golf Academy

  • “Being a part of the Golf Range Association of America has given me the opportunity to network with fellow PGA Professionals who share the same passion for growing the game of golf.”

    - Adam Smith, Salisbury Country Club

  • “The GRAA’s Golf Range Magazine and Best Practice e-mails do an unbelievable job portraying how to grow the game and take instruction to the next level.”

    - Michael Haywood, PGA, Tucson C.C.

  • “I took away several ideas from the GRAA Boot Camp at Kinloch that I think will help enhance my business. Thought the ideas were good and learned a lot from others doing things differently. Loved exchanging ideas with different operators.”

    - Jay Perkins, Bel Air Golf Center

  • “Golf Range Magazine has been a great resource for me and our facility to keep us up to speed on GRAA Best Practices and what is happening in the golf industry. I look forward to each issue to see what nugget of information will be helpful to our operation.”

    - Tiffany Faucette, 1757 Golf Academy

GRAA News, Press Releases

December 12, 2017

Little Linksters “Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing in the World” Video Contest Celebrates its 8th Year

Deltona, Florida – Kids from across the world get ready! Little Linksters™, LLC, The Little Linksters™ Association for Junior Golf Development and The Littlest Golfer Inc. are pleased to announce the eighth installment of their Annual Best “Pee Wee” Golf Swing in the World Video Contest. This is the eighth straight year Little Linksters™, LLC, along with the Little Linksters™ Association for Junior Golf Development (501c3) and The Littlest Golfer, Inc., have hosted this kid-centric contest for children 8 years old and under. Once again, this year, some very heavy hitters from the golf world have joined the cause, including World Golf Hall of Fame members, Annika Sorenstam and Jack Nicklaus, LPGA Superstar, Michelle Wie, Golf Channel personality, Charlie Rymer and 2017 PGA National Teacher of the Year, David Leadbetter. They will join regular yearly judges including, 2014 PGA National Youth Player Development Award winner Nicole Weller, US Kids Golf Top 50 instructors Michelle Holmes and Tom Reid and the contest’s host, and Little Linksters founder, Brendon Elliott, who was recently named the 2017 PGA National Youth Player Development award winner.

The popular contest allows parents to upload a video to YouTube of their “Little Linksters” swing. Videos will be submitted over the following two months, and prizes will be awarded in four age groups—ranging from ages 3 to 8. Voting will be conducted by a panel of industry veterans and experts.

“We are ecstatic to once again have this opportunity to showcase to the golf world what the youngest among us can do with a golf club,” explained PGA Professional Brendon Elliott, founder of Little Linksters™, LLC and Little Linksters™ Association for

Junior Golf Development. “We are very humbled to have had such a recognized and esteemed celebrity panel of judges over the years, including Jordan Spieth, Lydia Ko, Brooke Henderson, Andrew “Beef” Johnston, Tony Jacklin, Annika Sorenstam, Hank Haney, Kelly Sheehan, Lexi Thompson, Jim McLean, Win McMurry, Paula Creamer, Nicole Weller, Chuck Evans, Brittany Lincicome, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Keegan Bradley, Mark Bradley, Allen Wronowski, Frank Nobilo and Holly Sonders.” added Elliott. In last year’s contest, 200 entries poured in from over 14 countries from around the world.

Elliott, who is a US Kids Golf Top 50 Kids Teacher (2010, ‘11 and ’12), a 2013 US Kids Golf Top 50 Master Kids Teacher, a four-time NFPGA Junior Golf Leader award winner (2011-14), as well as a five-time Top 50 Growth of the Game Teacher as named by the Golf Range Association, was named the PGA of America’s National Youth Player Development award winner this year and was recently named a 2017 GRAA Top 50 Elite Status Growth of the Game Teacher. Brendon will lead the judging of the Best Pee Wee Swing contest once again this year. He will be assisted by this year’s celebrity panel of judges. Taking part in the 2017-2018 campaign:

  • Annika Sorenstam— World Golf Hall of Fame member who is arguably, the best female golfer of all time. Annika was one of the original celebrity judges 8 years ago in the inaugural Best Pee Wee Swing Contest.
  • Jack Nicklaus— World Golf Hall of Fame member and the man that holds the record for the most major championship titles in the men’s game. Known to many as the best male golfer of all time. Mr. Nicklaus is making his third appearance as a judge in the Best Pee Wee Swing Contest.
  • David Leadbetter— The 2017 PGA National Teacher of the Year. David made the golf instruction industry what it is today. Working with the likes of Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie and countless others over the years, David is one of the game’s most notable instructors.
  • Michelle Wie— At age 10, Wie became the youngest player to qualify for a USGA amateur championship. Wie also became the youngest winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links and the youngest to qualify for an LPGA Tour event. She turned professional shortly before her 16th birthday in 2005, accompanied by an enormous amount of publicity and endorsements. She won her first major at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open. Michelle is a wonderful addition to our event which celebrates youth golf!
  • Charlie Rymer— A former PGA Tour Professional, Rymer has transformed into one of the game’s most loveable commentators and voices. Most widely known for his place on Golf Channel’s Morning Drive, Charlie is also a regular on PGA Tour Radio. In addition, Rymer is a proud member of the PGA of America, serving as the Secretary and soon to be Vice President of the North Florida PGA Section.
  • Nicole Weller—Multiple award-winning PGA and LPGA professional. Most recently, Nicole was named the 2013 PGA and LPGA National Youth Player Development award winner. Nicole is the Director of Instruction at the Landings Club in Savannah, GA. Nicole is the author of Stick to Sports “Let’s Play Golf,” as well as the company’s new Golf Flash Card Game.
  • Michelle Holmes— One of the very brightest up and comers in the junior golf instruction arena. A multiple award-winning teacher, Michelle is the owner of the Michelle Holmes School of Golf at Cahoon Plantation. Michelle serves the greater Williamsburg, Virginia Beach and Outer Banks area but has an ever-increasing influence around the world. This is her second straight year as a judge.
  • Tom Reid— US Kids Top 50 Instructor, Tom Reid hails from the U.K. Tom is a former Touring Professional that has made a significant impact in the junior golf arena in Europe over the past few years. Formerly an instructor at the highly acclaimed Wentworth Club, Tom is now the senior teaching professional at Stoke Park Golf and Country Club. Tom will soon be launching Little Linksters U.K. in partnership with Brendon Elliott and Little Linksters USA.

Parents are encouraged to participate in this contest by uploading a video (no longer than 60 sec) to YouTube of their “Little Linksters” swing. Once the video is posted to YouTube, parents must share that video link to the Contest Entry Form on the contest page on www.LittleLinksters.com. The contest entry period runs from November 29th, 2017 through Jan. 15th, 2018. Contest registration, complete details and instructions are available at https://littlelinksters.com/pee-wee-golf-swing-contest/

Prize packages will be awarded in four age categories: Under 3; 3–4 year olds; 5–6 year olds; and 7–8 year olds. Each prize package is valued at more than $1,000 and includes items from some of the industry’s best children’s golf apparel, equipment and training aid companies:

  • The Littlest Golfer
  • U.S. Kids Golf
  • • Golphin
  • • Cleveland/Srixon
  • • Birdie Ball
  • Golf training aids package
  • Online lessons
  • Little Linksters™ Membership pack
  • Sticks to Sports “Let’s Play Golf” Book & NEW “Match Play” Game
  • • My Mini Golf
  • Exemption & Tournament Entry for each age group winner to the 2018 FCG World Championship in San Diego
  • • MORE TO COME!!!!

Winners will be announced at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando at the Littlest Golfer Inc. booth.

The Little Linksters™ golf program in Central Florida is designed specifically for children ages 3 to 8 years old. The program is taught in a fun and interactive way, using both traditional and non-traditional instructional methods to ensure children’s first introduction to golf is FUN! The Little Linksters™ mascots Floppy, Birdie & Bogey are featured in the programs instructional coloring book and training aids.

The Little Linksters™ Association for Junior Golf Development, a 501c3 nonprofit in conjunction with AAU, is continuing to develop a national program that will enable teaching professionals from across the country to grow their business and the game of golf with a proven program that combines a child-friendly approach, a complete program curriculum, and uses items from some of the industry’s best training aid and junior golf equipment companies.

One of the Association’s newest projects, called G.O.A.L.S. (Golf Outreach Advances Life Skills) is specifically aimed at introducing children ages 3-12+ with special needs to the game of golf. In doing so, children will learn valuable life skills that will help them throughout their life. The Special Olympics of Central Florida is a proud partner of Little Linksters™ efforts with this program. Support of the G.O.A.L.S. program has also come from the Alliance for Accessible Golf as well as Jordan Spieth and the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation.

Little Linksters hopes to add additional programming in 2018 that will touch children ages 3-8 that are in economically challenged situations, enduring lengthy hospital stays due to chronic illnesses and other youngsters that may have never had an opportunity such as those that Little Linksters™ offers. “Golf is more than a game; it is a tool to teach young children so much more and we hope to use this tool to enhance the lives of as many children as possible explains Elliott, Little Linksters™ founder and Executive Director.

To help the nonprofit, Little Linksters Association for Junior Golf Development contact them at nonprofit@littlelinksters.com

To donate go to Little Linksters™ Year End DRIVE campaign go to: https://www.facebook.com/donate/531354633914239/

To become a corporate sponsor, contact Executive Director Brendon R. Elliott, PGA at brendonelliott@pga.com

For more information about the “Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing in the World” Video Contest or the Little Linksters™ Association for Junior Golf Development, please visit www.littlelinksters.com or contact Brendon Elliott at Brendon@LittleLinksters.com or by phone at (321) 278-1612.

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