And the winners are...

The Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour Awards Banquet
The Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour awarded $60,000 in college scholarships to 22 recipients at the Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour Awards Banquet.  Since 2010, along with their community partners, the Kelly Gibson Foundation has presented over 255 scholarships to deserving students totaling $596,800!

We are so proud of our deserving recipients!

1. Kati Albright – Fore! Kids Foundation Buddy Seeling “Making a Difference” Scholarship
2. Rod Chandler – Fore! Kids Foundation Board Chairman Scholarship
3. Reese Drezins – BC Cup Foundation Scholarship
4. Jackson Heap – Zurich Classic Title Sponsor Scholarship
5. Dwayne Heron – Entergy “We Power Life” Scholarship
6. Blair McKenzie – Allstate Sugar Bowl Scholarship
7. Trey Morse – Gary and Gerry McCool Scholarship
8. John Martin Walton – PIG Invitational Charity Scholarship

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Louisiana Junior Golf Tour
At Squire Creek.

Sarah Meral of Abita Springs also took home her second win of the season after firing a total of 154 to win the Girls’ Overall division by six strokes over Kaitlyn Montoya of Shreveport.

Well played, ladies!

 

It takes hard work and determination to play golf successfully and to enjoy this game.

If your juniors are interested, let's have a conversation about the journey we can help them experience.

Start a coversation >

 

 
Your scoring zone
Trying to outswing your equipment?
 
Unless you’re playing on tour, using worn out wedges or incorrect lofts that are poorly fitted, is going to mean that up to half of your round is more difficult than it should be.
 
 
Are you losing spin and control playing with worn out wedges?
 
“If you’re playing just once a week, expect your wedges to last for about two years.”
 
 
Do you have a wedge set that enables you to play a variety of shots with full control? Or are you trying to fill loft gaps by altering your swing?
 
 
Is your golf ball complementing your wedge setup by giving you enough trajectory and spin?
 
Easier scoring inside 100 yards
Your short-game equipment should be adding control to your scoring shots, not making it more difficult. Let’s schedule some time to go through your equipment and have a look at your swing.
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It’s playtime
Turn greenside into your playground.
 
We see so many golfers, across the skills spectrum, who live with more greenside anxiety and higher scores than they should. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There’s so much fun on offer around the greens.
 
 
You should be rolling greenside chip shots to within 3 feet, but most golfers we see are ending up at a 2-putt distance from the hole. Let’s improve that.
 
 
Are you leaving it in the sand and missing the green more often than not? Let’s change that.
 
Get closer from greenside
When you’re taking fewer shots around the green, the fun factor goes up tenfold. Let’s schedule a short-game session or an accompanied play round of 40-yard golf, and turn you into a wizard around the greens.
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