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DC STATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS FREE GOLF CLINIC

By Josh Barr, 03/25/22, 11:00PM EDT

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DCSAA Free Youth Golf Clinic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 25, 2022 

DC STATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS FREE GOLF CLINIC 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The District of Columbia State Athletic Association, continuing to expand opportunities for student-athletes, will hold a free golf clinic featuring members of the Howard University men’s and women’s golf teams on Saturday, April 2 at historic Langston Golf Course in Northeast Washington. 

The clinic is open to all middle and high school boys and girls, both those who play golf and those who are new to the sport. Equipment will be available for those who need and golfers will have the opportunity to work on both the driving range and in the short game practice area. 

“In addition to holding the first-ever DCSAA State Golf Championship this spring, DCSAA wants to give as many youngsters as possible the opportunity to both try the sport of golf and improve their games,” DCSAA Executive Director Kenny Owens said. “What an amazing gesture by the Howard University golf teams to volunteer their time to work with D.C.’s youngsters. Thanks also to our partners at First Tee – Greater Washington, DC and National Links Trust for their interest in making this event possible.” 

The 90-minute clinic begins at 2 p.m., with complimentary food and beverage provided afterward. 

Participants can register online at https://bit.ly/DCSAAGolfSignUp. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached. 

To learn more about the District of Columbia State Athletic Association, please visit www.dcsaasports.org.  

CONTACT: Josh Barr, josh.barr@dc.gov 

About the District of Columbia State Athletic Association  

The District of Columbia State Academic Association has served District of Columbia public schools, public charter schools, and independent private and parochial schools since 2012. Studies regularly show that students who participate in extracurricular activities generally are better prepared to succeed beyond high school and under DCSAA guidance, student-athlete participation has risen 44 percent. DCSAA empowers its members.