Eric Noski, the co-founder and Montgomery County director of Beltway Junior Golf Tour, has spent years playing and teaching golf. As a physical education instructor and varsity golf coach at The Woodlands High School experienced with his local players and community, Noski said he saw Beltway as an opportunity to build students’ year-round time with the sport. In 2013, Noski and a small group of Houston-area coaches established the locally driven Beltway tour concept to bring accessible, competitive summer golf to both established and beginning athletes. Through Beltway, young golfers can play a series of structured tournament-style events on their own community courses over summer break when school teams are not competing and larger, traveling tours can prove prohibitive. Once players register, they can attend every event on their local tour or play only a handful as they desire. Participants are not locked into their own area, and they can join Beltway matches across Texas.
Source: Community Impact News