The Duke University Golf Course in Durham, NC is the host golf course for 2012 Callaway Junior World Championship qualifying for boys and girls in North Carolina. The event conducted by the North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation is March 24-25, 2012. Qualifiers are eligible to compete in the 44th Junior World Championships sponsored by Callaway Golf. The Junior World Championships are recognized at the premier international junior golf championship., Past winners include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Lorena Ochoa.
About Duke University Golf Club:
Duke University Golf Club is operated by Duke University, a top research university located in Durham, NC. Recognized as one of the top educational institutions in the world, the university also boasts a world renowned medical center, a top rated business school and top athletic programs. Among the top rated athletic programs are the Men's and Women's Ble Devil Golf Teams. The Golf Course was opened in 1957 and quickly recognized as one of the finest collegiate golf courses in the country. Robert Trent Jones was responsible for the original design, his son, Rees later updated the course that has hosted two NCAA Championships and numerous collegiate, USGA, CGA and other tournaments. The golf course located on campus in Durham, NC is a worthy test of golf for players of all skill levels.
About NC Junior Golf Foundation:
The North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation is a volunteer, non-profit organization that exists to promote competitive junior golf at top courses within North Carolina. The Foundation operates the NC Junior Golf Tour, a highly competitive series of golf tournaments with an emphasis on affordability, quality and integrity. Tour members include many players that are ranked among the top junior golfers in the country. Membership if free of charge and open to junior golfers from anywhere in the world. Current members come from over 20 states and four countries.
NC Junior Golf Tour