Sertoma Golf Tour

The Sertoma Junior Golf Tour is for youngsters ages 6-18 who have some golf experience. The Sertoma Junior Golf Tour holds weekly tournaments at different courses. Golfers accumulate points each week during the summer season which runs through Aug. 18-19.

This week’s tournament was played Thursday at SpringLake Golf Resort.

“We invite any young golfer out there to come out and join us,” said Sertoma Junior Golf Tour Director Andy Kesling. “This is an great way to work on your golf game in a competitive environment. Playing a different course each week helps you to learn to hit different types of shots and that helps to develop your golf game.”

The next stop on the Sertoma Junior Golf Tour is at Highlands Ridge North on July 12.

An event is set for River Greens on July 19-20 and the Country Club of Winter Haven will host an event on July 26.

The summer season wraps up with the two-day Tour Championship at Sun ‘n Lake Golf Club on Aug. 18-19.

For more information on the popular Sertoma Junior Golf Tour, you can contact Kesling at 863-835-2436.

Youth Tennis Camps

The Highlands County Tennis Association is holding weekly tennis camps at the Thakkar Tennis Center at the Country Club of Sebring.

The camps are for youngsters ages 6-18 and run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until noon. The cost is $100 per child and includes a snack and refreshments each day. The camps are run by USPTA professional Horace Watkis and run thorugh July 27.

For more information, contact Watkis at 863-414-2164 or 863-386-4282.

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