Cacapon State Park promoting youth golfing
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) — Cacapon Resort State Park is partnering with the PGA’s initiative to encourage more children to play golf.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says the state part is offering a discounted rate as part of the U.S. Kids Golf and PGA Family Course program.
Officials say youth players under the age of 18 get a 50 percent off greens fee if playing with an adult paying the full greens fee.
Cacapon State Park also offers a season pass that includes unlimited play at the home course, plus two rounds of greens fees at other state park courses.
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