DOD Junior Golf opportunity for keiki

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
Photo courtesy The First Tee of Hawaii WAIALUA — Thanks to a Department of Defense grant, The First Tee of Hawaii junior golf program that teaches youth ages 6-18 years life skill education curriculum through the game of golf will be avaiable to active duty, reserve and National Guard children at no cost. Programs are conducted at Bay View Driving Range & Golf Course-Kaneohe,  Hickam Air Force Base Par 3, Hawaii Kai Golf Course, Hawaii Country Club-Kunia Road, Hoakalei County Club in Ewa Beach and Turtle Bay Links. To enroll your child before the Feb. 28 deadline, contact Ken Zitz at 478-3466 or kwz711@hawaii.rr.com, or Kellan Anderson at 599-0996 or kellananderson@yahoo.com. For more information, visit www.thefirstteehawaii.org. (Courtesy photo)

Photo courtesy The First Tee of Hawaii
WAIALUA — Thanks to a Department of Defense grant, The First Tee of Hawaii junior golf program that teaches youth ages 6-18 years life skill education curriculum through the game of golf will be avaiable to active duty, reserve and National Guard children at no cost. Programs are conducted at Bay View Driving Range & Golf Course-Kaneohe, Hickam Air Force Base Par 3, Hawaii Kai Golf Course, Hawaii Country Club-Kunia Road, Hoakalei County Club in Ewa Beach and Turtle Bay Links.
To enroll your child before the Feb. 28 deadline, contact Ken Zitz at 478-3466 or kwz711@hawaii.rr.com, or Kellan Anderson at 599-0996 or kellananderson@yahoo.com. For more information, visit www.thefirstteehawaii.org. (Courtesy photo)

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