If you're a Veteran of America's Armed Forces and a golfer - or if you've ever wanted to take up the game - now's your opportunity.

Reg Adams, head pro at Shreveport's Huntington Golf Course, has announced that the storied city course will be holding a series of free golf clinics for Vets.

Golf for all Veterans, experienced or beginners

"We want all Veterans interested in the game, no matter their skill level, to come out," says Adams, "And we want them all to  know that we appreciate everything they've done for our nation. It's our way of saying thanks. for what they've done for our country," says Adams about the clinics, called PGA Hope.

Adams also emphasizes that the upcoming clinics are also for Veterans with no golf experience. "First and foremost these clinics are for those who served America, not just Vets who are experienced at the game," Adams says.

Sign up information

Registration is currently underway and all participants must be registered by Saturday, October 9. Experienced golfers should bring their own clubs and equipment will be provided for beginners.

Adams says that the series of six clinics will begin on Saturday, October 16, take a week off, then resume on consecutive Saturdays from October 30 through November 27. All clinics will be held at Huntington Golf Course on Pines Road and will get underway at 2pm.

Those planning to participate in the clinics should call the Huntington Golf Course pro shop at 318 673-7765 and ask about PGA Hope for Veterans.

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