With the 2014-2015 season underway, the IJGT Northeast will continue its tour hosting two tournaments at two great venues!
The IJGT will continue the Northeast Tour with The Architects Cup presented by IJGA held at the Architects Golf Club on October 4-5, 2014. Juniors will play 18-holes on both Saturday and Sunday competing for IJGT merit points and national rankings.
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Located in Lopatcong, N.J., the Architects Golf Club is a par-71 course that honors some of golf’s greats at every hole including A.W. Tillinghast, Donald Ross and Alister MacKenzie. It also has earned many achievements including being voted “#3 Best Public Courses in NJ in 2013″ by NJ Monthly and “# 4 Best Public Course in NJ in 2012″ by Golf Magazine. This IJGT tour stop is recognized as one the most challenging, scenic and historically significant courses in the northeast.
Playing in The Architects Cup for the second consecutive year, keep an eye on Ryan Skae of Old Tappan, N.J., looking to improve upon his fourth-place finish in the 2013-2014 season. In the Girls Division, be sure to watch for Madison Braman of Loudonville, N.Y. Madison is recently took second in the IJGT Jersey Open at Buena Vista tournament on September 20-21, 2014.
In addition to The Architects Cup presented by IJGA, the IJGT Northeast Tour will also host the DC Shootout at National Golf Club on October 4-5, 2014. This two-day event will include 18-holes to be played on Saturday and Sunday. Juniors will compete for IJGT merit points and national rankings.
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If you appreciate a classic tree-lined course design in PGA Tour quality condition then it just doesn’t get any better than National Golf Club. The bent grass tees, fairways and greens and with the rough having three distinct cuts gives the feel tour players experience every day. This challenging course never plays quite the same from day to day. Golfers will be challenged to use every club in their bag and pick and choose their angles on the course.
Playing in his second tournament of the 2014-2015 season, keep an eye on Blake Hinckley of Kennett Square, Pa., who looks to improve on his fourth-place finish from the IJGT Philly Open at Radley Run Country Club.
To register or for more information about The Architects Cup presented by IJGA, click here.
To register for or for more information about the DC Shootout at National Golf Club, click here.
To register for other upcoming events, call (843) 686-1508.