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PGA Reach Camp For Lady Husky Golfers

Coach Fetherston

July 12, 2022

 

Pictured left to right: Kearsten Keogh, Ansley Cadwallader, Shaylee Campbell, Aubreionna Clouse, Catarina Ketteler, Brooklynn Butterfield, Abby Mathis, PGA Professional Tom Jeffers, Autumn Hoppe, Miya Carey, Kelcie Osborne, Daleni Knust, Daphne Mitchell, Elizabeth Olson, Alyssa Dobias, Madisyn Hilkemeier, and Coach Fetherston. Not pictured: Brinley Kerkman, Brianna Anderson, Coach Hale, and PGA Professional Seth Scollard. 

 

    The West Holt Lady Golfers were selected for the PGA Reach Grant after an application process. It is a newer program in the state of Nebraska that is promoting the development of golf for female golfers across the state by providing instruction and proper equipment. West Holt was one of five schools selected for 2022. Along with this grant, the school was given five new sets of Callaway clubs, Sun Mountain push carts, and a three day camp put on by two PGA professionals.  

    On July 6th-8th, Seth Scollard who is the PGA Reach Director and Tom Jeffers from Indianhead Golf Course led the golfers through many drills, instruction, fundamentals, and course management skills. There were 17 ladies who attended the camp from the junior and high school girls golf program. It was great to see such a large group of girls showing interest in the girls golf program. As coaches, we also learned side-by-side with the players and we can't wait to apply this new information and skills into the upcoming fall season. 

    We want to say a special thank you to both the PGA professionals, PGA Reach, Atkinson-Stuart Country Club, and all the donors of PGA Reach who make this program possible. Proper equipment for girl golfers has always been an issue and now ladies who are interested in trying the sport have the proper equipment without the huge upfront monetary investment. I hope with this equipment now that more girls will take an opportunity to learn the game of golf.

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