The Cut Bank Golf and Country Club is sponsoring the Junior Golf program for kids ages 8-14 this year on June 24-26. Registration is Monday, June 24 from 8-8:30 a.m. Adults must attend registration with their children to sign release forms. 

Daily lessons in putting, pitching and driving will be given by volunteers from 8:30-10 a.m. Monday and Tuesday, June 24-25. Wednesday will be the Junior Golf Tournament beginning at 8:30 a.m. with a lunch served at 11-11:30 a.m. for participants and volunteers. This program is free to the participants, thanks to many very generous sponsors, volunteers and personal cash donations of the Cut Bank community.

For more information, call Debbie Ehlert at 229-1314 or Penne Swenson at 229-0713.

In addition, the Marias Valley Golf Course is also offering free Junior Golf lessons June 17-21 with Larry Steinhoff. For more information about these lessons, call Larry at 434-5940

The Jr. Golf Tour Event schedule sponsored by Leavitt Insurance for this year in our area will begin with a tournament at the Cut Bank Golf Course on Friday, June 21 for 8-11 year old golfers. The Junior golfers age 12-14 tour event will be held at the Pondera Golf Course in Conrad Monday, June 24.

Golfers age 15-18 will have three tour events: Wednesday, June 26 at Choteau Country Club; Thursday, June 27 at Fairfield’s Harvest Hills Golf Course; and Monday, July 1 at the Marias Valley Golf Course. There is a $25 one-time participant fee for all the tour events in each age group.

For more information, see posters at participating Cut Bank Jr. Golf sponsors, Cut Bank Golf and Country Club or call Travis Clark at 434-5201.

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