Enger Park Golf Course Hosts 4th Annual Junior Golf School

The camp is set up where golfers learn different skills like putting, chipping and driving, as well as golf etiquette while out on the course.

DULUTH, Minn. – The Enger Park Golf Course is hosting its fourth annual junior golf school.

The camp is set up where golfers learn different skills like putting, chipping and driving, as well as golf etiquette while out on the course. But mostly, it’s about just having fun.

“I like the challenge because I think it’s hard to try to get a ball into a small hole and I think it’s pretty fun to try,” junior golfer Tae Harstad said.

“The kids absolutely enjoy it. It’s great to be out here and see them having fun. I know everybody’s been kind of couped up in the house for what seems like two months almost. And now that we have something going on outdoors, something organized, it’s really great,” said camp instructor Taylor Kragseth.

The camp has already attracted over 60 youth golfers.

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