Online Golf with my children

My son adores sport. Any kind of sport. If it involves competing, or proving he can, then he will. So when we were invited to an Online Golf Event at the Hilton Leeds City, I knew we would be going! What I hadn't really contemplated was that my daughter might object to being in a public place doing something she wasn't particularly interested in! It certainly kept me on my toes throughout the event.

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On the day we were treated to a 6 Hole Indoor Golf Course, golf ten-pin bowling, golf targets and chipping nets with a pro instructor. It was a really great setup and they made sure that all children got a turn at each different activity. There was even a friendly competition between the adults, to see who could score the most points in the chipping nets. I might need a little more practice!

online golf chipping nets

 Golf is a very inclusive sport. You don't have to be a certain build or stature. Also, from a parent's perspective, playing golf means your child is far less likely to suffer the kind of injuries they would get playing football and rugby. Obviously that doesn't stop my son, he currently loves playing both football and rugby. It's always good to be outdoors though and golf certainly means you can get out and explore nature.

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My son has most certainly been inspired by the event and keeps asking to play golf again. I think we might need to take him down to the driving range or to our local pitch and putt. If you want to find out more about Online Golf, check out their website.

Disclosure: We were invited to this event for the purpose of this post. This had no impact on my post, which is honest and fair.