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Meadow Brook Golf Club Hosting Junior Golf Programs This Summer

This summer, Meadow Brook Golf Club will be offering Junior Golf programs for children ages 11-16.
2010 PHOENIXVILLE AREA JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM
Record snowfall this winter, but Spring is just around the corner. The program has gotten much smaller the last several years so we ask your help in encouraging new families to join.

Registration forms can be downloaded from the http://meadowbrookgc.com website using the program tab on the home page. The form must be signed by a parent or guardian and then mailed.

The clinics at Meadow Brook Golf Club and Fore Seasons Driving Range will be conducted by Mr. Harry Hammond and his staff. Please be sure to check the schedule for each week’s location. Play dates will be at Meadow Brook Golf Club. The 6 and 9 hole players are asked to pay a greens fee to the club. The 11-13 age fee is $3.00 each play day and the 14-16 year old fee is $6.00.

As always, we appreciate all juniors to be properly dressed. This would include appropriate shorts or slacks and preferably shirts with collars. We must be courteous to other golfers as well as the staff of Meadow Brook and Fore Seasons in the clubhouse, parking lots, and on the course or driving range.

Once again we thank those parents who volunteered last year and would like to take the time to express our appreciation and hope to see you again. New volunteers are always welcome especially on the play dates. Please introduce yourself to the committee and let them know you are available to help.

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