This is fantastic - and a great way to get him even more experience with the game. I played with my son at our local men's league Tuesday night and it was an absolute blast. It's nine hole, two man better ball competition where you earn points for wins, half a point for halves. We're in the A flight and our opponents are always good players - I typically get one stroke, my son never gets any unless we're playing the guy who is a plus 2.5. We both bogeyed the first, opponents made birdie. Son made birdie on two to square the match. I made the par on the third to halve the hole. My son birdied the fourth and fifth holes to take us two up. I birdied the sixth to go three up. Solid pars down the stretch gave us the match with us three up. Team gross of 33 tied for the first place money. Such a fun match and so awesome to share with him.Best part was my forecaddy (the junior club champ) had my 14 year old son ride around with him for 3 days, teaching him forecaddying, but it also got my son a chance to watch real, actual competitive serious golf in person with his dad and his friends. My son is really into the game now, but he hadn't really been exposed to that level of competition among adults. He's been playing junior PGA for years, but those are scrambles, and his buddies are there, etc. He had a blast watching us, and did a great job staying out of the way, etc.