CCBC Media Releases

For Immediate Release:
July 2, 2002

Contact: Hope Hall Davis



Baltimore County, Md. -- The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) through the Division of Continuing Education, has a non-credit class especially designed for the novice golfer who wants to learn how to play the game or at the very least, experience the fresh air and sunshine that being on the links offers. Structured for both men and women, the course is scheduled to begin August 20. This eight-session program will teach the proper grip, stance and posture as well as swing plane, weight shift, chipping, pitching and putting. Students will also learn which club to use along with tips on how and when to use them.

Taught by former golf pro, Larry Skidmore, this class will aid the beginning golfer in the exploration of the sport without having to make a substantial investment in equipment. It is not necessary to own your own set or to buy a set for the class. Both a left-handed and a right-handed set of clubs is available for the student to use.

For further information or to register, call 410-869-0296.


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