Kids enjoy the Classic with special treatment

Local - 7/4/2014 4:45 PM by Stuart Hammer

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- The Greenbrier Classic continues Friday and the kids out at the course are getting in on the fun.

Deb's Amusements out of Lewisburg is set up on the golf course Friday welcoming children to burn off some energy while allowing the parents to rest in the shade.

They've had kids from open to close and they'll be out between the 11th and 12th holes for the rest of the week.

It's put on by the Cabell-Huntington Children's Hospital and it's allowed for all new inflatables and a putt-putt course.

“We have a place for them to get lunch and they can just sit here and watch the kids,” says owner Debbie Parker, pointing out the parents relaxing.

“It's been great. I mean we've had wonderful weather so we've been busy the whole time. And of course The Greenbrier is kid-friendly and they encourage families to bring their children.”

Parker says she hopes The Greenbrier will have a place for the kids to play when the New Orleans Saints come to town for spring training later this month.


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