The MGA Foundation and MetLife partnered in 2002 to create a series of diversity youth initiatives designed to bring the game of golf to young people from all walks of life, particularly in areas where students are not normally exposed to the game.
These initiatives include a series of three junior clinics each year and are conducted at a variety of sites throughout the Met Area. The events introduce the fundamentals of golf and the life lessons the game teaches to minority and underprivileged youth who do not have regular exposure to the game. In a fun-filled environment, students are taught proper swing, putting and chipping fundamentals, along with the history, Rules and etiquette of the game.
Check out the links below to see more from the 2016 MGA Foundation/MetLife Youth Clinics:
July 20, 2016 at USGA Museum: Recap
August 10, 2016 at MetLife Stadium: Recap
August 15, 2016 at Glen Oaks Club: Recap