Deadline approaching for Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing contest

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(Golf Canada/ Bernard Brault)

Jack Nicklaus and Keegan Bradley are among seven judges for the fifth annual “Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing in the World” contest, in which parents can post to YouTube the swing of children 8 or under.

The deadline for submitting videos is Jan. 9.

Brendon Elliott, a PGA professional and founder of Little Linkster’s, LLC and Little Linksters Association for Junior Golf Development, is leading the panel of judges that also includes Frank Nobilo, former PGA of America president Allen Wronowski and swing instructor Chuck Evans.

“In our first two years, we were very excited to have such a successful launch of what we wanted to continue to grow into an annual showcase of what very young golfers are capable of doing,” Elliott said. “After last year, we knew we had something special, as almost 200 entries poured in from over 14 countries from around the world.”

Parents can upload a video not longer than 60 seconds to You Tube, and then share the link to the contest entry form on Prizes are awarded for kids under 3, and age groups 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8.

Last year, North York, Ont.’s Nathan Yoo took home finished runner-up in the age 7-8 category. His submission is below.