Kettle Hills to Offer Junior Golf Lessons This Summer

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Junior golf leagues will be offered for seven weeks at the Kettle Hills Course in Richfield.

Golf is a sport that can be played at really any age. It is a hobby that serves well in life from childhood into adulthood. Teaching golf at an early age can serve kids well as they grow into their careers. Zimmermann’s Kettle Hills Golf Course wants to help these children by offering junior golf lessons this upcoming summer at their course in Richfield.

The quality staff of Kettle Hills, including PGA and LPGA Certified professionals, will be teaching children in seven week leagues starting mid-June. The junior leagues will teach the basics of golf, rules of the game, and proper etiquette. Junior golfers will learn to enjoy the game by combining fun, friends, and fitness.

Junior golf lessons are offered in several levels. An 18-Hole League will be available for those will prior experience, and generally suggested for teenagers ages 14-18. A mid-level 9-hole league will be offered for those ages 11 and up, with only basic prior experience, and a child league of 5 holes will be for those with no previous golf experience. For more information, or to register for these quickly filling leagues, visit the junior registration page.

Kettle Hills is a premier Wisconsin golf course that is complete with 45 holes over two 18-hole courses and 1 9-hole run. The courses are set in the scenic kettle hills and run through beautiful wooded terrain. Kettle Hills is perfect for golfers of any level, and it is conveniently located, given its location just 20 miles north of downtown Milwaukee. Kettle Hills offers private golf instruction by PGA and LPGA staff, a full-service golf shop, a driving range, and two practice greens. If relaxation is more your style, there are snack cabanas, a full-service bar and grill, and on course beverage services. Kettle Hills is an ideal destination for an afternoon of golf.

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