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2015 CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION

JUNIOR GIRLS' TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

Emily Cox of Lancaster, SC won the 2015 Vicki DiSantis Girls' Championship with a two day total of 146.

10th Vicki DiSantis Girls' Junior Championship

Pine Island CC     Charlotte, NC

May 2-3, 2015

  • 36-hole stroke play tournament

  • All girls compete in one division; there are no age divisions
  • Open to girls from NC and SC ages 12-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.3 or lower

  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on March 9th (8 pm) for exempt players and on March 23rd (8 pm) for non-exempt players and closes for all players on April 22nd Exempt players must sign up between March 9th and March 23rd to ensure acceptance.
     

    10th Vicki DiSantis Girls' Championship home page

 

Grace Massengill of Hickory  won the 19th NC Junior Girls' Championship with a 2 up victory over Catherine Ashworth of Fuquay-Varina.

19th North Carolina Junior Girls' Championship

Brook Valley CC     Greenville, NC

June 16-19, 2015

  • Match play event where top 32 from 18-hole stroke play qualifier (June 16th) advance to match play.  Once a player loses a match they are eliminated from the tournament.  There are no consolation matches

  • All girls compete in one division.  There are no age divisions

  • Open to girls from North Carolina ages 12-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.3 or lower

  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on May 4th (8 pm) and closes on June 8th
     

    19th NC Junior Girls' Championship home page


One qualifying site in North Carolina.  Girls can play in any qualifier across the United States.
US Girls' Junior Championship
Tulsa CC     Tulsa, OK
July 20-25, 2015
  • Match play event where top 64 from 36-hole stroke play qualifier (july 20 & 21) advance to match play
  • Open to girls ages 17 and under who have a USGA Hanidap Index of 18.5 or lower
  • Girls compete in one division; there are no ae divisions
  • $50 entry fee
  • Registration open first week of April; all players register through USGA web site

Kathleen Sumner of Charleston, SC won the 2015 Twin States with a total of one under par 143

49th Twin States Junior Girls' Championship

Chapel Hill CC     Chapel Hill,NC

June 30-July 1, 2015

  • Open to girls from NC and SC ages 8-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 40.4 or lower

  • Stroke play event with two divisions; juniors (36 holes) and sub-juniors (18 holes, 9 each day)

  • Junior division:  Made up of any girls 13 years of age or older regardless of handicap
  • Sub-junior division: made up of any girls 8-11 years of age or younger regardless of handicap
  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on May 4th (8 pm) and closes on June 19th
     

    49th Twin States Junior Girls' home page


Ashley Czarnecki of Greenville, SC won the 2015 championship defeating Jodee Tindal of Rock Hill, SC in the championship match.

37th SC Junior Match Play Championship

Dataw Island Club (Cotton Dike)     St. Helena Island, SC

July 7-10, 2015

  • Match play event where top 16 from 18-hole stroke play qualifier (July 8th) advance to match play

  • Once a player loses a match they are eliminated from the tournament; there are no consolation matches.

  • All girls compete in one division; there are no age divisions
  • Open to girls from South Carolina ages 12-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.3 or lower

  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on May 18th (8 pm) and closes on June 24th


    38th SC Junior Match Play Championship home page


Hailey Joy of Reidsville, NC defeated Anna McDonald of Hickory, NC in a playoffto to win 9th Carolinas Junior Girls' 15 and Under Championship

9th Carolinas Junior Girls' 15 and Under Championship

CC of Whispering Pines (Pines)     Whispering Pines, NC

July 13-14, 2015

  • Two day stroke play event with players playing in three divisions

  • Divisions are: Sub-juniors (11 years old and younger, play 9 holes each day), juniors (18-holes each day at approx. 5200 yards) and championship (18-holes each day at approx. 5700 yards)
  • Open to girls from North Carolina and South Carolina who are 6-15 years of age and younger

  • USGA handicap is not needed

  • $50 entry fee

  • Registration opens on May 18th (8 pm) and closes on July 6th
     

    9th Carolinas Junior Girls' 15 and Under Championship home page


Ron Hall, Jr (left) and Dalton Mauldin shot an eight under 64 to win the 11th Carolinas Pro-Junior
9th Carolinas Pro-Junior
UNC Finley GC     Chapel Hill, NC
July 20, 2015
  • Format is 18-holes of Pinehurst Foursomes
  • All competitors compete in one division
  • Trophies are awarded to the top three teams
  • $140 entry fee per team and includes, cart fees, range fees, lunch and prizes
  • Registration opens on June 2nd at 8 pm and closes on July 17th

  Kevin and Jodee Tindal of Rock Hill, SC won the 18th Carolinas Parent-Child Championship for the second striaght year.

18th Carolinas Parent-Child Championship

Pinewild CC     Pinehurst, NC

July 24, 2015

  • Each team plays alternate shot except that both team members hit from each  tee and then select the ball to be played (modified alternate shot). A team  must complete the hole with the ball selected. 

  • Teams may compete in whichever division they are eligible:  Amateur Division;  Open Division 

  • Approximate Yardage (*Note: yardage is subject to change):  Amateur Males age 14 & up=6,100 yards; 

    Amateur Females age 14 & up and Professional Females=5,400 yards;  13 & Under Boys & Girls and Females age 50+=4,700 yards;  Professional Males=6,600 yards
     

    18th Parent-Child home page


Carolinas Girls' team leads 9-4-1 all time in the series
14th Mid-Atlantic Junior Girls' Team Matches
River Landing CC (Landing)     Wallace,NC
July 25-26, 2015
  • Event pits top junior girls from Maryland and Virginia versus North Carolina and South Carolina
  • Invitation only; team members qualify by their finish in various CGA junior girls' championships
  • Players must be 18 years-old or younger and have not yet started college
  • Format: Day 1: Four-ball matches. Day 2: Singles matches

Madison Moosa of Charlotte, NC takes the 59th Carolinas Junior Girls' Championship for her second CGA title.

59th Carolinas Junior Girls' Championship

Rock Hill CC     Rock Hill, SC

July 28-30, 2015

  • Open to girls from NC and SC ages 8-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 40.4 or lower

  • Stroke play event with two divisions; juniors (54 holes) and sub-juniors (27 holes, 9 each day)

  • Junior division:  Made up of any girls 13 years of age or older regardless of handicap
  • Sub-junior division: made up of any girls 8-11 years of age or younger regardless of handicap
  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on June 1st (8 pm) and closes on July 17th
     

    59th Carolinas Juinor Girls' Championship home page

Callista Rice of Mars Hill, NC captured the 11th Dogwood State Junior at Prestonwood CC in Cary, NC

11th Dogwood State Junior Girls' Championship

Prestonwood CC (Meadows)     Cary,NC

August 4-5, 2015

  • 54-hole stroke play tournament

  • Field will be reduced to the low half of the field and ties after 36-holes

  • All girls compete in one division; there are no age divisions
  • Open to girls from North Carolina ages 12-18 who have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.3 or lower

  • $100 entry fee

  • Registration opens on June 15th (8 pm) and closes July 23rd
     

    11th Dogwood State Junior Championship home page

Jennifer Chang of Cary won the 2013 and 2014 Jimmy Anderson Invitational

7th Jimmy Anderson Junior Girls' Invitational

Jacksonville CC     Jacksonville, NC

November 21-22, 2015

 Other organizations supporting junior golf in the Carolinas
            

 

Carolinas Golf Association
140 Ridge Road, Southern Pines, NC 28387
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