Tri Golf competition for Years 3+4 24 June 2015

Sefton schoolchildren from Year 3 and 4 tried their hand at drives, chips and putts today as a Level 2 Tri Golf competition was held in the shadows of Liverpool’s world famous Aintree Racecourse.

Organised by the South Sefton Schools Sports Partnership, six schools battled it out with many budding Rory McIlroys trying the sport for the first time at the event held at the Aintree Golf Centre.

Tri Golf uses fun obstacles to replicate the hazards and difficulty of  golf  and the children played a nine-hole course with water, tress and sand bunkers all providing a test of their skills.

With a place at next week’s Sainsbury Games up for grabs, it was Bedford Primary School which came out on top and they will represent Sefton on July 3rd.

A special mention goes to St Robert Bellarmine’s Owen Gregory who carded the day’s lowest individual total to win the golfer of the day award.


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