Delbrook Golf Club Offers Golf for Children

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Summer fun for the whole family is now available at Delbrook Golf Club

Summer in Wisconsin means baseball, water sports, and golf outings on the beautiful courses that dot the state. Delbrook Golf Club in Delavan, Wisconsin has been a destination golf course for almost 90 years. Its well watered fairways and perfectly manicured greens continually delight golfers of all ages and abilities.

This summer, Delbrook Golf Club is offering free golf to kids! Families can bring their children to the 27 hole course to play as many holes as they can starting at 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays when accompanied by a paying adult (cart not included). What better way to spend some quality time than hitting the links with the family? For families who are new to the game, Delbrook Golf Course offers a variety of golf instruction options for everyone from the beginning golfer to the most experienced player. All instruction will be provided by qualified PGA Professionals and can be tailored to fit your need and schedule. Children who fall in love with golf after a few free rounds can participate in Delbrook’s Junior Golf program. This exciting program is designed to expose golf to juniors of all ability levels. The program, featuring PGA Sports Academy curriculum, will help youth learn to play golf and have fun in the process. Junior golfers will be divided in to 3, 6 and 9-hole groups based on age/experience. Each group will attend a daily instructional clinic followed by the opportunity to play their assigned number of golf holes. The program will conclude with a Junior Golf Championship held over the final two days of the program.

About Delbrook Golf Club
Delbrook Golf Club in Delavan, Wisconsin features 27 holes of public golf. It is by far your best bet for an affordable golf experience the entire family will enjoy. Original construction of the course began in 1927, and though the facility has changed over the year you can still enjoy the shade from trees planted over 80 years ago. Depending on which two nines you play, the course ranges from 5,956 to 6,328 yards with par at 70.

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Dan Piecha