There are so many fun and creative ways to keep your golf bug alive and your skills sharp. Below are a few helpful ideas to try at home or in your backyard. Be sure to get your parents permission before giving these a try.
As part of an industry-wide collaboration to lead the responsible return of golf in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, the game’s allied organizations have established “Back2Golf,” a plan outlining operational guidelines for the golf’s 16,000-plus golf facilities which adhere to nationally established protocols and best practices.
Learn more here.
Visit the links below for drills and exercises along with movement suggestions and activities to assist with hand-eye coordination, balance and more:
Give these drills, games and activities a try to help you safely “play” golf while practicing social distancing indoors.
Operation36 is offering free 1-hour online golf classes for families to complete together at home. Their #AtHomeChallenge includes exclusive access to new weekly instructional videos, fun challenges and downloadable worksheets to follow along with.
Learn more and sign up here.
Kids ages 17 and under can take on the challenge of designing your own golf hole in this fun opportunity launched by the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Submit a design for a golf hole (any par, style, strategy or medium, fun or serious). Select designs will be featured across the ASGCA’s social channels.
Learn more here.
TGA Premier Sports has compiled golf advice and activities including putting and sudoku.
Check them out here.
LPGA-USGA Girls Golf’s website has access to fun downloadable golf-themed brain teasers.
Learn more and download a copy here.
Use everyday household items such as oatmeal containers, toys and stuffed animals to construct miniature golf obstacles in your home or yard.
Follow this step-by-step guide to help you design, build and play.
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