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  • A pupil practices putting Wednesday on campus at Tiandi Experimental Primary School in the eastern city of Hangzhou. The school says that learning golf helps students cultivate their social skills and learn to obey rules. Photo: IC_Gallery: Putting in Primary School
     
     
    A pupil practices putting Wednesday on campus at Tiandi Experimental Primary School in the eastern city of Hangzhou. The school says that learning golf helps students cultivate their social skills and learn to obey rules. Photo: IC
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Gallery: Putting in Primary School

An elementary school in Hangzhou has had golf as a required course for third and fourth graders since 2014, illustrating the leisure activity’s growing popularity in the country. The school has a seven-stall driving range and two putting greens on campus for its golf team. Every April, there is a golf tournament for all third graders.

04.12.2019
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A pupil practices putting Wednesday on campus at Tiandi Experimental Primary School in the eastern city of Hangzhou. The school says that learning golf helps students cultivate their social skills and learn to obey rules. Photo: IC
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A student practices her swing in golf class on Wednesday. Photo: IC
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Students perform golf exercises. Photo: IC
Students practice following through on their golf swings. Photo: IC

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