CHAMPIONS ARE CROWNED
Champions for a Year!
Congratulations to ALL our Junior Players
PRO-JUNIOR Championship Winners
Nicholas Farraye, Alexander Lymus, NFJGF Partner Phil Mak, Executive Director Jack Aschenbach, Connor Holcroft and Davis Stegall (118) -18 Under Par
If you want to have a great time, enjoy a great golfing experience on an outstanding and challenging golf course at a very respectable rate then head to The Golf Club at South Hampton where the Professional Staff of DWA Golf will give you such a time. I’ve been to them all and this club and staff is ROCKING!

On Wednesday for the second time this year the North Florida Junior Golf Tour teed it up at the South Hampton course. This past March 73 junior tour players competed in the “ NFJG TOUR Challenge” and yesterday a field of 44 outstanding junior tour players teed it up alongside 11 supporting North Chapter PGA Golf Professionals in the Annual PRO-JUNIOR Championship presented by B & C Financial. The five player teams of four juniors (boys and girls) and one PGA/LPGA Professional or Apprentice warmed up their morning with a little Chick-fil-a breakfast to kick start the morning. Then a light stretch on the range and at 9:00 AM with the heat bearing down, the field hit the course to determine this year’s champions.
One of the goals, capture the traveling trophy! Another goal, get a closest to the pin and become eligible for a $500 college scholarship. MORE..
Runner-up - NFJG #2
Sponsor Adam Oerther, , Noah Mayers Will Anderson, Professional Gary Murfit, Ryan Poblacion and James Monteleone
Third Place Winners - Eagle Harbor
Professional Bryan Kipnis, Alyzabeth Morgan, Ricky Ruth, Emmet Kuhlenkamp and Apryl Parker
Morgan Earns ANOTHER $500 Scholarship
Closest to the Pin Winners
Caiden Lee, Alyzabeth Morgan and Colton Swartz
TORI MOUTON ADDS ANOTHER TITLE
JAGA First Coast Women's Amateur
Congrats Camille Jackson, Elizabeth Kondal for the T-5 finish and to all the NFJG TOUR players who took on the challenge of the FCWA.
FLEMING ISLAND, FL – Rising Bolles School sophomore Tori Mouton fired rounds of 72-70-142 to capture the Jacksonville Area Golf Association’s First Coast Women’s Amateur at Eagle Harbor Golf Club today. Her two-under-par total was two better than former Ponte Vedra High School golfer Emily Felix (73-71) of Lake Mary, Fla. and NCAA Division II Lee University (Tenn.). READ MORE
  One thing for certain, next year the field will become more competitive as the this event gains popularity. Put this event on your list of tournaments to play in.
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