Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Registration is now open for the 12th annual Mount Pleasant Junior Golf Open, a two-day golf tournament hosted by the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department and Patriots Point Golf Links.
Youth golf players of all experience levels, ages 8 – 18, are invited to participate in the tournament, which will be held at Patriots Point Golf Links on Tuesday, June 11 and Wednesday, June 12.
Tee-offs will begin each day between 7 and 7:30 a.m. Tournament registration deadline is June 6.
The four age divisions for the tournament include boys and girls ages 8 – 9 years, 10 – 12 years, 13 – 14 years, and 15 – 18 years. Ages are as of June 11, 2013.
Participants ages 8 – 12 will play nine holes per day with a fee of $55 for the two day tournament. Ages 13 – 18 years will play 18 holes per day with a fee of $70 for both days.
The tournament will be flighted after the first round if necessary. There is a double par stroke limit for ages 14 and under and no stroke limit for ages 15 – 18.
Appropriate golf attire – collared shirts and golf slacks or Bermuda/knee length shorts – is required of all players during the tournament.
Practice rounds will be available at Patriots Point Golf Links on Sunday, June 9 after noon and Monday, June 10 anytime based on space availability. Reservations for practice rounds are required. Call Patriots Point Golf Links at 849-2385 for more information on reservations and practice round fees.
The event will be limited to 90 golfers.
To sign up for the tournament, interested participants must complete an entry form. Entry forms are available at all MPRD facilities and online at www.tompsc.com. Online registration is also available this year.
For more information on the Mount Pleasant Junior Golf Open, contact MPRD Program Coordinator, Tina Carter, at 849-2061 or email@example.com.
For information on sponsorship opportunities for this event, contact Brad Eggert at 843-884-2528 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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