PHOTOS: Youth Day at the Greenbrier Classic

CRAIG HUDSON | Gazette-Mail
Reed Dyson, 5, putts an object into the mouth of an inflatable alligator Tuesday as part of Youth Day activities at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Children from the First Tee of West Virginia, which is part of an international youth program aimed at introducing children to golf, were invited to participate in a putting challenge at the historic resort during the weeklong Greenbrier Classic PGA Tour event.
CRAIG HUDSON | Gazette-Mail
Colin McClintic, 11, receives some swinging tips Tuesday from professional golfer Chris Stroud at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Youth Day at the Greenbrier Classic invited children from the First Tee of West Virginia to interact with professional golfers at the Greenbrier Classic PGA Tour event.

Children from the First Tee of West Virginia participated Tuesday in Youth Day activities at the Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs. Children teamed up with professional golfers to get tips on their swing and to try their hand at putting on a pro course. The First Tee of West Virginia is a statewide youth development organization under the West Virginia Golf Association aimed at introducing golf to children. The organization is part of an international organization that also has programs in all 50 states.

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