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12th Carolinas Pro-Junior Championship Preview

Hole #11 at Hope Valley Country Club

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. (August 5, 2017) -- The Carolinas Golf Association will conduct the 12th Carolinas Pro-Junior Championship at Hope Valley Country Club in Durham, N.C. on Monday, August 7th. Entry is open to any team comprised of a golf professional and a junior golfer 8-18 years of age as of August 7 who has not started college. The professional and junior golfer must be legal residents of North Carolina or South Carolina.

Related: Championship Website | Full Field | History

The championship format is 18 holes of Pinehurst Foursomes. A team must then complete the hole with the ball selected. Golf Professionals will play from the same set of tees and the junior will play from tees based on gender and age. Female professionals and professionals over the age of 60 may play a shorter set of tee designated by the committee.

Past champions in the field include 2014 winner Clarence Rose of Walnut Creek Country Club, playing with junior golfer Dawson Daniels of Greensboro, N.C. Last year the duo finished T10. 2010 champ Mike Cato of Bradford Creek is teaming with Nicholas Brown of Wendell, N.C. Cato placed T3 last year at River Run.

Last year's runner-up, Nick Jacobi of Monroe Country Club, will look to grab the title at Hope Valley with Nicholas Smith of Wingate, N.C.

2015 North Carolina Junior Boys' champion Jack Massei of Cary, N.C. will team with Tony Mabini, Jr. of Prestonwood Country Club.

All play will begin with a 9:00 am shotgun start.

Hope Valley Country Club is a Donald Ross gem. The course of today is almost identical to the original 1926 layout of Hope Valley. Not that changes were never made at Hope Valley. Four well-known architects, Perry Maxwell, Dan Maples, John LaFoy and Brian Silva have left their imprint. Members and their guests are reminded on the score card: "When you play Hope Valley, you are part of golf history.”


About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.    

For more information about the CGA, visit our website.

 

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