2016 MS/LA Junior Championship

 

 

2016 MS/LA Junior Championship

Wolf Hollow Golf Club

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

Wednesday, June 8

 

 

Format & Eligibility

Entry Procedure

Age Groups

The tournament is scheduled for 18-holes of stroke play for Divisions  A, B, C, and Girls 13-18 years old. The tournament is scheduled  for 9-holes of stroke play for Divisions D, E.

 

Participants are NOT required to be MJGA members for this event only. Participants must be amateurs 18 years old or younger.                                     

Entry Fee: 

 

Entry includes: Practice round greens fee, snacks on the course and awards for winners.

 

Registration must be completed online at www.missgolf.org/onlineregistration or return the entry form to the MJGA.

 

Deadline for Entry: Monday, July 27

 

Schedule:

June 7 - Registration and Practice Round
June 8- Tournament Round
 

Boys Division A 16-18 year olds, Boys Division B 14-15 year olds: will play from a tee measuring 6,600- 7,000 yards in total course length. Boys Division C 12-13 year olds and Girls Division 13-18 year olds will play from a tee measuring 5,800-6,000 yards in total course length. Boys Division D 10-11 year olds and Girls Division D 10-12 will play from the forward tees. Girls and Boys Division E 9 and Under will play from 100-300 yards per hole. Division must be indicated when entering.

Practice Round

 

Tournament information

Please call the pro shop to arrange a tee time for practice round 601-643-8379.

 

Spectator carts will be first come first serve and will cost $25.

Rules and Regulations

All entrants agree to abide by all MJGA Rules and Regulations concerning dress codes, gentlemanly conduct on the Club premises and course beverage policies. Individuals may not bring beverages on the club premises. Contestants (and their caddies) are to observe proper golf etiquette at all times. Any abuse or disrespect of fellow competitors, officials, spectators, employees of the host facility, or other persons conducting or attending an MJGA sponsored event can be grounds for disqualification from the event and possible rejection of entry for future MJGA events. Such abuse may be verbal or physical or threat thereof and includes, but is not limited to: the use of obscene language, physical damage to property or equipment of the MJGA or host facility. Appropriate golf attire is required at all MGA events. This includes collared shirts with sleeves that must be properly tucked in at all times, walking shorts or slacks. The dress code of the host facility will prevail if there is any question. All MJGA Tournaments are soft spoke only events.