A fun way for kids to learn more about the game of golf while developing useful skills is to play golf putting games. In this way, your children an develop an interest in the game … without pressure.
Golf Putting Games can be played outside on a golf course — or even inside on a computer, or better yet — on indoor outdoor putting greens – wherever they might be.
Here’s an idea which has been used for a birthday parties or any play date get-together:
Build a miniature golf course in your backyard. Common household items can be used to create a personalized course: coffee cups on their side can be used for the holes, sand traps made from kitty litter, and shoes, flower pots or bricks can be placed to act as obstacles. You could even create a golf theme for the party by listing “tee times” on the party invitations.
Here are some more play ideas for younger children: backyard playground equipment.
And for more summer fun with your family, cooking and eating outdoors can be a wonderful childhood memory: