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Junior golfers hit the course

A pair of young golfers get a high-five on the putting green from one of the golf pros at Hazelmere Golf Course on Sunday. The golfers, who were between the ages of five and 13, were treated to a free lesson. The clinic was run through the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour and sponsored by Dams Ford Lincoln. - James Inglis/Langley Times
A pair of young golfers get a high-five on the putting green from one of the golf pros at Hazelmere Golf Course on Sunday. The golfers, who were between the ages of five and 13, were treated to a free lesson. The clinic was run through the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour and sponsored by Dams Ford Lincoln.
— image credit: James Inglis/Langley Times
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