Register for Savannah Junior Golf Association tournament series!

By Special to the Prep Sports Report | May 17, 2023

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The Savannah Junior Golf Association is accepting registrations for the 2023 Tournament Series.

This year's tournament schedule includes:

June 19 - The Oakridge Golf Club Junior Classic (The Landings Club)

June 26/27 - City Junior Am (Bacon Park Golf Club)

July 10 - The Savannah Country Club Junior Classic

July 17/18 - Matt Warren Memorial Golf Tournament                                         (Savannah Golf Club)      

Visit Savannah Junior Golf Association to find the become an Savannah Junior Golf member and enter the tournament series or individual tournaments. Entry fees for individual tournaments must be submitted by the Tuesday prior to the event. The membership application form and $50 registration fee is due one week prior to the first event. Golfers may sign up weekly or sign up for all the events prior to the season.

Junior golfers entering the Tournament Series must maintain a stroke average of 100 strokes or less for an 18-hole round. Averages will be evaluated after a player's second tournament. Golfers with averages over 100 may be moved to the Intermediate Division.

The Novice Division plays 9-holes from shortened tees for juniors 8-11 years of age, and the Intermediate Division plays 9-holes from age-appropriate tees for juniors 10-18 years of age. Novice and Intermediate events include:

June 19 - Oakridge Golf Club (The Landings Club)         

July 10 - Savannah Country Club                                              

July 17 - Matt Warren Championship (Savannah Golf Club)      

July 24 - Crosswinds Golf Club

Visit Savannah Junior Golf Association to find the become an Savannah Junior Golf member and enter the Novice and Intermediate tournaments.









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