Blue Rock Golf Course Launches Summer Youth Programs

Golf programs for kids of all ages and skill levels...
Blue Rock Golf Course has youth golf programs for kids of all ages and skill levels. (Courtesy of Blue Rock)

(SOUTH YARMOUTH) – Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth, MA is gearing up for a great summer of golf for the youth on Cape Cod.

With school ending, we offer a safe, friendly and fun environment with golf programs for kids of all skill levels and ages.

Blue Rock Golf Course is rated as one of the best par-3 courses in the nation, with spectacular views and challenging holes.

New this year at Blue Rock Golf Course is a Cape Cod High School Summer Golf League, intended for all high schools in the region. Play will take place on Sunday afternoons starting at 2:30 p.m.

“Bring the entire family out to our beautiful course in South Yarmouth and enjoy a fun round of golf,” said Blue Rock Golf Pro Jim Campbell.

“The sport of golf is alive on Cape Cod and Blue Rock Golf Resort is the perfect summer destination for people of all ages and abilities,” he said.

We are also offering a new Sunday afternoon parent-child league as part of our commitment to junior and family golf. Entry is just $25 for nine holes and includes fun prizes each week.

The Junior Golf Academy will provide professional instruction to junior golfers on Cape Cod. You can choose from a three-day junior golf school for ages 11-15 or a two-day junior golf school for ages 7-11.

And if you need golf equipment and apparel, our fully stocked pro shop has everything you need. Visit us today in South Yarmouth at 48 Todd Rd or call 508-398-9295.

Blue Rock Golf Course is an award-winning 18-hole par three course located at Blue Rock Resort, one of six Red Jacket Resorts in New England owned and operated by The Davenport Companies of South Yarmouth, MA. Blue Rock Golf Course is open to the public and offers memberships, private lessons, golf clinics, tournaments and events throughout the season.  For more details, visit www.bluerockgolfcourse.com .              


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