Jack Nicklaus, seen here in 2010, will host a youth golf clinic Tuesday at Harbor Shores. (Daily News Photo/File)

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Nicklaus hosting youth clinic

Published 10:58pm Wednesday, May 16, 2012

BENTON HARBOR — The designer of the Golf Club at Harbor Shores will help kick off the 73rd Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid Tuesday.

Jack Nicklaus will conduct a golf clinic free of charge to ticket-bearing guests.

Nicklaus will host more than 100 juniors representing area organizations: the Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harbor; The First Tee of Benton Harbor; the Eau Claire High School boys varsity golf team; the YMCA of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph; the Benton Harbor Charter School; the Benton Harbor Dream Academy; the Benton Harbor High School boys varsity golf team; and the St. Joseph High School boys varsity golf team.

Harbor Shores, a 6,822-yard, par-71 Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, is part of the 530-acre Harbor Shores development that spans part of Benton Harbor, St. Joseph, and Benton Charter Township.

Led by the Whirlpool Corporation, Whirlpool Foundation and the KitchenAid brand, the Harbor Shores project is a leading force in the revitalization of the Benton Harbor and St. Joseph communities.

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