BeBe Golf Ranch: Growing the game of golf in Nigeria
BeBe Golf is to be dedicated to the growth and development of kids and young adults by providing educational programs that introduces them to golf in West Africa, Nigeria
Featured on: Golf Channel. Abimbola Olakanye describes his time caddying for golfers like Brice Garnett and Tom Hoge and explains how he continues to bring the golf world to Nigeria.
The mission statement for BeBe Golf is to be dedicated to the growth and development of kids and young adults by providing educational programs that introduces them to golf in Nigeria. The driving force behind Bebe Golf is to provide an affordable avenue to help introduce kids and young adults to golf at little or no cost. Bebe Golf wants to give kids from ages 5 to 18 a chance to pick up the game of golf while laying emphasis on life-enhancing values, proper morals and helping them grow to a better members of their family, community, state and Country.
The reason behind the idea is that kids in Africa except from South African never had a chance or the resources to pick up the game. Bebe Golf wants to change that by building the first public golf driving range on a 5 acres of land in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria. Kids and young adults can play for free or at a maximum cost of $2 a bucket everyday with proof of excellent academic performance at school.
How are we going to provide educational programs that introduce them to golf in school?
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