IJGT Announces 2013 Spring Schedule
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The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) is excited to announce its 2013 Spring schedule. After a fantastic Fall, The IJGT hopes to continue its success well into the Spring season. With 13 events scheduled at venues across the East and West coasts (with more on the way), including two new venues, The IJGT Spring schedule is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
The IJGT Spring Season will kick-off in Florida at the Harmony Golf Preserve, January 19-20. The IJGT has taken a two year absence from Harmony, but is more than excited to return with a new class of elite junior golfers. The Southeast leg of the Tour will make stops at three incredible venues: Colleton River, which will be the host of the 2015 U.S. Junior Amateur, Kiawah Island Golf Resort, host of the 2012 PGA Championship and the 1991 Ryder Cup (nicknamed the “War by the Shore”) and The Club at Savannah Harbor , which will host another Champions Tour Event in April.
The Northeast leg of the tour will return to Greate Bay CC in Somers Point, N.J. as well as to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, located in Farmington, Pa. In conjunction with the SE and NE tours, the IJGT will make several stops along the west coast, including its first appearance at Presidio Golf Course in San Francisco, Calif.
To top-off the Spring 2013 season, the IJGT will host its Annual Tournament of Champions over Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-27.
It’s no doubt that the IJGT has Top Venues, Elite Fields, and Great Opportunities! Our players have gone on to be some of the best golfers in the world. IJGT alumni include Morgan Hoffmann, Rickie Fowler, Webb Simpson, and Hunter Mahan, Song Hee Kim and Paula Creamer; and college standouts, Stephanie Meadow, Marta Silva Zamora and much more!
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