27 Aug '12, 2am

A Lesson Learned: Youth is served @LittleLinksters @ThePGAofAmerica @PGA_com @Linksters501c3 #PGA #juniorgolf

A Lesson Learned: Youth is served @LittleLinksters @ThePGAofAmerica @PGA_com @Linksters501c3 #PGA #juniorgolf

Without question, the headline story of the day or week goes to 15 year old Lydia Ko, an amateur who won the CN Canadian Women's Open. Yes, you read that right. She's 15 years old. A 15 year old winning on the LPGA Tour today, and a 16 year old (Lexi Thompson) winning last year. There was a 13 year old playing on the European Tour earlier this year and a 10 year old qualifying for the US Women's Amateur. All of these recent events are sure to stimulate conversations on getting kids started younger at golf. So for this week's "A Lesson Learned" I want to write on how young should golfers be when first introduced to the game? To put it another way, should we introduce kids to the game at younger ages? My answer: Absolutely! The reasons for doing so however should have very little to do with building champions and have more to do with building character. It should have more t...

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