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Juniors flock to first golf clinic

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The first SMBC Singapore Open Junior Golf Series clinic of 2016 teed-off at Sentosa Golf Club on Sunday, June 19.

Held at the newly completed Sentosa Golf Club driving range, 46 junior golfers, invited through the Ministry of Education, the Singapore Golf Association (SGA) and the Youth Golf Programme, took part in the session.

Two-time US PGA Tour winner Daniel Chopra conducted classes along with Singapore professionals Jonathan Woo, Johnson Poh, Melvin Chew and Davide Bertoli.

Singapore Amateur squad members Marc Ong, Melvin Chew and Wong Yen Ting also attended to give advice.

Organised by the SGA and Lagardère Sports, the event promoter of the SMBC Singapore Open, the next clinic will be held at the same venue on July 17.

Please complete the online registration form to sign up or if you have any questions please contact Charlene Nishimura at cnishimura@lagardere-se.com.

The Junior Clinic is also made possible with the support of TaylorMade, Ice Mountain and Crest Link.

SMBC Singapore Open Junior Golf Series 2016

EVENT DATE VENUE PARTICIPANTS SLOTS AVAILABLE
Clinic 1* 19 June 2016 Sentosa Golf Club Secondary school students 40
Clinic 2* 17 July 2016 Sentosa Golf Club Primary school students 40
Clinic 3* 7 Aug 2016 Sentosa Golf Club Primary school students 40
Skills Challenge 4 Sep 2016 Jurong Country Club All students who participated in the previous clinics, i.e. Clinic 1 to 3 160
5 Holes Game 20 Nov 2016 Jurong Country Club Selected students from Skills Challenge 80
Clinic 4 During SMBC Singapore Open 2017 Sentosa Golf Club Selected students from 5 Holes Game 40
Monday Golf Monday following SMBC Singapore Open 2017 Sentosa Golf Club Selected students from Clinic 4 TBC

* Please select 1 clinic out of the 3 clinics.

Download the registration form for the SMBC Singapore Open Junior Golf Series

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