A new range of junior equipment from the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Collection is being put to good use by the Golf Foundation.
The clubs will be used by children taking part in the organisation's Golf Roots programme.
Sigma Golf, which is the official supplier to the PGA, has designed a new range of junior clubs to meet the ever-increasing demand among junior golfers.
Richard Jewell, Sigma's managing director, said that the majority of clubs made for younger children were just shortened adult clubs with very little thought towards grip thickness and flex of individual shafts.
"The PGA Kids Range includes three length options all featuring varying flexes and grip sizes and we are confident these clubs will undoubtedly help young golfers develop their full potential," he explained.
Sigma has ever added left-handed clubs to its range and a full selection of clubs for girls, with lightweight shafts an attractive lilac and white standbag.