Firecracker, Sand Ridge Jr I, Four-Ball, Jr-4AM;

We have some exciting events on the schedule for July and some require partners and adult participation. Here’s a short summary of each event.

The Firecracker

Sunday, June 30 & Monday, July 1

The Firecracker will be an individual 36-hole Stroke Play competition played over two days at Stonewater Golf Club. The tee times on Sunday, June 30 will begin at 1:00 PM and on Monday, July 1 times will begin at 8:00 AM. This will be a fun two days and we hope you can play!

Sand Ridge Junior Invitational

Monday, July 8 & Tuesday, July 9

The Sand Ridge Junior Invitational has become the premiere event on tour and you could call it a Major because of its strong field. This individual 36-hole Stroke Play competition is played over two days at Sand Ridge Golf Club in Chardon, Ohio. Sand Ridge is well known as one of the top courses in Ohio and the layout is on one of the most beautiful properties in the country. Even though the event is listed as an Invitational all NCJT members are welcome to play. Invitational means we seek to accept other elite junior golfers as well as our members. Many players in this field will be staying on property as a participant in Camp Utopia (see more details below). We hope you can join us for this premiere event! See more details on SRJI at the Event Info Page. Caddies are permitted.

The JB Four-Ball Classic

Thursday, July 11 at Quail Hollow

This is a very special two-man team event named in honor of Mr. Jim Brown (Classic Auto Founder). Any NCJT member or alumni can form a team with anyone they choose. For example: current members can team-up with other current members, current members can team-up with a parent or grandparent, former members can team-up with anyone as well. This special event will be played at Quail Hollow. The 10:30 AM Shotgun Start and will include golf, golf cart, a breakfast box and a fun awards cookout after play at Sunny Street Cafe. The champions will get their name added to the JB Four-Ball Classic Cup. Victor Prokop and Kyle Horvath are defending champions! See the Event Info Page for more details.

JR-4AM at Sand Ridge

Monday, July 15

Calling all parents and grandparents, this one is for you too! Please get a foursome together for this scholarship fundraiser event. This event is similar to other foursome outing you might play, but here you get the bonus of having one of our elite junior golfers in your group. Each amateur foursome will have a NCJT junior golfer added to your team (or you can request to play with your own junior golfer). The juniors will be playing an individual Stroke Play competition and the amateurs will be playing a team scramble.  The team score for each hole will be the better ball of the amateur team’s scramble score or the junior golfer’s score.  The entry is $1,000 for the foursome or $250 for an individual that wants to get paired up. Full details can be found on the Event Info Page

The Agenda

  • 8:15 AM – Breakfast & Draw
  • 9:15 AM – Warm-up
  • 10:00 AM – Shotgun
  • 3:00 PM – BBQ and Awards

Scholarship Apps

All NCJT juniors need to apply for the $2,000 Denny Spaulding Scholarship. Please download the application below. All applications are due by Saturday, July 6th.

Camp Utopia

CAMP UTOPIA is another great way to experience Sand Ridge during the Sand Ridge Junior Invitational.  This camp is always sold out, but a few new spots have just opened up. The camp includes 3 nights and 4 days of golf immersion that includes staying onsite and playing in the junior invitational.  July 7th – 10th. Click on logo to learn more and signup.

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