Agreement bringing affordable access to golf with $5 rounds for local youth

PEBBLE BEACH, California – Youth on Course, the non-profit organization dedicated to opening doors of opportunity to young people and transforming their lives on and off the golf course, has partnered with the Texas Golf Association to expand affordable and accessible golf and personal growth opportunities to youth across the state of Texas.

Via the partnership, kids ages 6-18 can play at more than 40 golf courses in the state, and over 2,000 others across the U.S. and Canada, for $5 or less.

“Playing sports positively benefits kids’ lives in so many ways and we’re thrilled to be expanding affordable access to golf in partnership with our friends at Texas Golf,” says Michael Lowe, vice president of programs for Youth on Course. “Every child should have the opportunity to play and Youth on Course ensures that’s the case in golf by changing the economics of the sport for families.”    

The program is launching in partnership with golf courses who have committed to helping grow the game by opening their doors to Youth on Course members. Youth on Course continues to prioritize creating an inviting and inclusive environment in golf by providing its more than 130,000 members with affordable access to golf along with scholarship opportunities and first time work experience through its internship and caddie programs. By joining Youth on Course, kids and teens ages 6-18 have access to play rounds of golf for $5 or less at nearly 2,000 golf courses across the U.S. and Canada, membership in their local golf association, a free subscription to GolfPass Video and online tee time booking powered by GolfNow. 

“Youth on Course provides so many exciting opportunities for junior golfers to have access to our sport,” says Kelly Kilgo, managing director of foundation and outreach at the Texas Golf Association. “We are excited to join their efforts to grow the game, and we feel this partnership is a perfect addition to our existing junior golf initiatives.”

Kids and teens ages 6-18 interested in joining can sign up for a Youth on Course membership here. Golf courses interested in learning more and joining Youth on Course’s family of course partners can visit www.youthoncourse.org/courses.

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