Lahaina, Hawaii’s Ka’anapali Golf Courses-managed by Billy Casper Golf-will host the U.S. Kids Golf Regional Championship, dubbed the 2010 Hawaiian Classic, Monday, December 20 to Wednesday, December 22 with more than 300 families from Japan, China, Hawaii and the U.S. mainland expected to attend.
Following the USGA Rules of Golf, boys and girls ages six to nine play three, nine-hole rounds and ages nine to 14 play three, 18-hole rounds, the age cut-off being November 30, 2010. Entry fees are $295 and $345, respectively, and include three tournament rounds, a tee gift and awards. Practice rounds and cart fees are not included.
Participants can register at www.uskidsgolf.com until November 30, 2010.
Ka’anapali is hosting one of five Regional Championships that serve as a qualifier for the 2011 U.S. Kids World Championship and Teen World Championship-drawing roughly 1,700 golfers (combined) from 35 countries and six continents-held in August 2011 at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.
For more information, visit www.uskidsgolf.com
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