Youths find stroke — in golf and life — with program that teaches sport, core values
Anthony Haynes has been hungry and homeless in the first eight years of his life, but as he went through his pre-swing setup at Chambers Bay last week, his only concern was a small one: His golf ball.
Anthony is one of hundreds of kids this summer learning about more than golf.
“We’re trying to get kids out there who usually don’t get the chance to play golf,” said Matt Enloe, the local executive director. “We want to help them manage their emotions. We want to teach them things that will serve them throughout their lives.