Hurricane Junior Golf Tour coming to Alabama
The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) is excited to announce its expansion to the state of Alabama that will increase the national exposure of all participating players. With over 85 premier events this upcoming season, the elite tour will feature four high quality tournaments in the state of Alabama.
Upcoming events featured in the state of Alabama for the spring of 2013 include:
March 9-10: Auburn University, Auburn
July 1-2: Limestone Springs, Oneonta
September 28-29: Timbercreek, Mobile
October 12-13 Montgomery CC; Montgomery
This choice tour has produced over 2,500 collegiate golfers who have signed letters of intent at over 200 universities and plays a vital role in promoting junior golf throughout the country. Playing on the nationally accredited tour will give all juniors an opportunity to gain nationwide exposure through multiple ranking systems including the National Junior Golf Scoreboard (NJGS), the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA), and the Golfweek/Titleist Performance Index, among others.
The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT), through the hard work of Executive Director Mario Conte, has developed into a national-elite opportunity for junior golfers at a competitive level at only the top venues in the United States. The HJGT has a golden reputation as one of the most prestigious golf tours in the country because of its superior competition, high quality venues, state of the art technology, highly-trained staff, exclusive social media & public relations, developed pace-of-play policy, attentive customer service, and quality course set up and course markings.
HJGT Executive Director Mario Conte states, “My passion, integrity, and love for the game have allowed me to develop a first-class operation. The opportunity to be an exclusive member of the HJGT will provide a unique experience for all aspiring junior golfers. Our 2013 schedule is filled with some of the top courses in the country and we always strive to make your experience as memorable as possible.”