The IJGT Northeast Tour will travel to Farmington, Pa., to host the Pennsylvania Open at Nemacolin on April 11-12, 2015.
Nemacolin has hosted many high-profile golf events including the Pennsylvania Open Championship (2006, 2012), the Pennsylvania Amateur Championship (2010), qualifiers for USGA Senior Amateur Championship (2008) and the PGA Tour’s 84 Lumber Classic (2003-2006).
Mystic Rock made Golfweek’s 2013 Best Courses You Can Play in Pennsylvania list and Golf Digest’s 2013-14 America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses list.
Juniors will be competing for IJGT Merit Points and national rankings while taking in the natural beauty of the Laurel Highlands. This event also offers North American Junior Amateur exemptions in the Boys 15-19 and Girls Divisions.
Defending champion Benjamin Morris of Reisterstown, Md., tops the list of players to watch in the Boys 15-19 Division. Anthony Cordaro of Pittsburgh, Pa., Will Lusk of Venetia, Pa., Richard Riva of Lancaster, Pa., and David Ross of Lorton, Va., will look to improve on their finishes in last year’s IJGT event at Nemacolin.
Dylan Plis of Camillus, N.Y., finished third in the Boys 14 & Under Division of last year’s Nemacolin event, but will be competing in the Boys 15-19 Division this year.
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