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KIDS GOLF NEWS

Chicagoland-based UL Announced as 2016 & 2018 International Crown Title Sponsor

The best in women’s golf will play for their countries from July 19-24, 2016, at Rich Harvest Farms during the UL International Crown! Those players will then go on to the Olympics in Rio de Janerio, Brazil in August. On October 19, Rich Harvest Farms (RHF) and the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) announced Chicago-based […]

2014 Inaugural International Crown Debuts This Week!

Who is the best golfing nation in the world? The wait is finally over. Starting THIS WEEK, 32 of the top female golfers from all over the world – Australia, Chinese Taipei (Taiwan), Japan, Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and the United States – will battle for the right to be “Crowned” the world’s best golf […]

Other Side Of The Green Returns To The Links To Mentor Junior Golfers

The weather was perfect on Saturday, May 10, 2014 as 24 local business professionals and youth program participants met for the first time at Rich Harvest Farms for the 6th annual Other Side Of The Green. The mentoring event hosted by the Kids Golf Foundation pairs twelve junior golfers with an adult mentor to enjoy […]

2014 NCAA® Division I Golf Championships – Sugar Grove Regional

Rich Harvest Farms, “Home of the Northern Illinois University Huskies,” will be hosting the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships – Sugar Grove Regional on May 15-17, 2014. The regional will be the second held at the course, which is consistently ranked in the Golf Digest’s list of America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses. “Student-athletes […]

Field is Set for Inaugural International Crown

At the conclusion of the Kia Classic in Carlsbad, CA, the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) announced the final field of 32 players who will represent the eight pre-qualified countries in the inaugural International Crown event to be held July 24-27 at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, MD. At the Kia Classic, the […]

TESTIMONIALS

“Other Side of the Green  is for the kids to talk with someone in the field so they can get a basic understanding of what it is they want to do and what it is they have to look forward to as well as how to further their education.”

Cecil Smith
Business Professional
Other Side Of The Green

“I really appreciated all the help and advice from my mentor. My favorite part of Thinking Outside The Tee Box was being able to talk to my mentor about things we are both interested in.”

Caroline Smith
Program Participant

“We are honored to have the International Crown at Rich Harvest Farms in 2016.  We look forward to welcoming the wonderful spectators and fans of women’s golf including the youth in our community to witness this truly global tournament.”

Mr. Jerry Rich
Chairman and Owner
Rich Harvest Farms

“At the Foundation’s Training Session, I was most excited to learn about the funding and grants that are available for the program. People often don’t get involved in these kinds of activities because of the cost – but this is really an accessible opportunity.”

Micheryl Ames
Site Coordinator
A Special Place 2 Stay

“At Traditions of Golf Challenge I learned that golf is not just about how well you can play the game. This event taught me how to prepare for golf in the future, not only with ability but also knowing the rules, history and etiquette. These things are essential when I start thinking about high school golf or becoming a caddy.”

Levi Hanegraaf
Program Participant
South Suburban Home School & Gym Group

“It was a very rewarding experience for me to be a part of Thinking Outside The Tee Box. My partner and I talked about many things, mainly preparation and balance – together, we recognized that there is always time for others, but what’s most important is making time for yourself.”

Adrienne Coleman
Business Professional

“The best part of Traditions is playing golf with my teammates. I love to play and course was excellent. The team was so excited when I stuck the ball  on the green on the last hole. It was fun being older and returning to Traditions of Golf Challenge so that I could help my younger teammates.”

Maleigha Williams
Program Participant
Peoria Park District

“Traditions of Golf Challenge is great because my daughter is able to increase her skills while playing with kids her own age. I enjoy watching the teams really get into the tournament and focus their talents on such a great course. Everything about the event is top notch.”

Bridget Rasberry
Parent
DuPage AME Church

FCA JUNIOR GOLF CAMP SCHOLARSHIP HAS BEEN CHANGING KIDS’ LIVES SINCE 2000!

“Thank you so much for the scholarship to attend the FCA Junior Golf Camp. I had a ton of fun and made a lot of new friends that I am still in touch with. I am hoping to participate in more upcoming events through the Kids Golf Foundation, and am glad I have participated in others because of you. I learned a lot and am very grateful.”

MacKenzie Fabrizius
2010 Camp Participant
Urban Youth Ministries/ Wayside Cross

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