Gifted juniors sharpen strokes

THE players may be youthful, but all of them have been recognised for their talent and recently continued their golfing education when attending a development program at Capricorn Resort driving range.

Recently Central Queensland Golf Association held the final two days of a four-day junior elite junior golf development program which began in April.

The program has been designed to give Central Queensland's top juniors the opportunity to get more skills to improve their game.

Most of the juniors invited have qualified to compete in the 2009 Greg Norman Junior Masters in December.

Local golf coaches Dave Cardillo (Yeppoon) and Doug Gardner (Greg Norman Golf Foundation) were there to pass on the updated training techniques.



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