Carthage, NC (Nov. 3-4). The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) will take a trip up to Carthage, NC to host the Pinehurst Junior Challenge. The tournament will be held at the Little River Golf Club. Winners in every division will receive an automatic bid to the end of the year Tour Championship, as well as rankings by the National Junior Golf Scoreboard (NJGS). This tournament is also ranked by Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA), as well as South Carolina Junior Golf Association Heritage Points (SCJGA). The Pinehurst Junior Challenge will be a stroke play tournament played over two days. Each day, players will play eighteen (18) holes of golf, to make for a thirty-six (36) hole tournament in total. There will be four separate divisions for competition. Players will be put in divisions based on age and the divisions will be as follows: Boys 15-18, Girls 15-18, Boys 11-14, and Girls 11-14. Little River is one of the area's Premier golf resorts. It is a Golf Digest "award winner" and was chosen by The Washington Golf Monthly as "A Best New Course for 1996." Already a landmark in the world of equestrian sports, Little River has now become a legend among world-class golf resorts. Sculptured from 450 acres of rolling hills and featuring nearly 200-foot elevation changes, Little River Golf & Resort's course offers narrow rivers and thick forests.
Little River Golf Club
Registration Deadline: October 24th
For more information regarding the Pinehurst Junior Challenge, please visit our website at www.hjgt.org, call the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour headquarters at 904-379-2697, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. About Us: The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) was founded in 2008 with the intention of providing junior golfers between the ages of 11-18 an opportunity to play exceptional courses in a competitive environment. Golfers who participate on tour will compete in one of four age divisions: Boys 15-18, Boys 11-14, Girls 11-14 and Girls 15-18. Based out of Jacksonville, FL, the HJGT administers events all across the southeast, with stops in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.