Kids Days Announced for 2017 NCAA Golf Championships

SUGAR GROVE, IL – To further Rich Harvest Farms’ vision of growing the game of golf, weekends of the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships, hosted by Northern Illinois University May 19-31, will feature dedicated Kids Days. On May 20-21 of the women’s tournament and May 27-28 of the men’s tournament, there will be interactive and educational activities available to youth under the age of 18 both on and off the course thanks to the efforts of Rich Harvest Farms’ non-profit, the Kids Golf Foundation of Illinois.

“The Kids Days will be a great way for the youth to see the future stars of the PGA and LPGA,” said Michala Mika, Director of the Kids Golf Foundation. “Not only will the activities be a fun way for kids to learn more about the sport, but they will help reinforce our Foundation’s mission of providing opportunities for the youth.”

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