Port Ludlow, WA (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see some of the best amateur male golfers in the state. Entry was open to golfers who reside within the PNGA region; are 17 years of age or younger as of August 10, 2012; and have a USGA Handicap Index or RCGA Handicap Factor not exceeding 24.4. The Championship will be conducted in two phases, Stroke Play and Match Play.
The championship consists of 36 holes of stroke play qualifying to determine flights for the match play portion of the championship. The lowest 32 scorers from the qualifying round will advance to the Championship Flight, with each of the remaining flights being comprised of eight contestants. All matches are contested over 18 holes in a single elimination format.
Port Ludlow Club was designed by golf course architect Robert Muir Graves, who is internationally renowned for his ability to use and enhance existing landscapes in his golf course designs. This ability is evident at Port Ludlow Golf Club, which was designed to provide a challenging yet rewarding golf experience in the midst of the spectacular Northwest surroundings. The par-72 layout features lush greens and fairways nestled among the towering evergreens, which open to extraordinary views of the Hood Canal, Ludlow Bay, and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.
The Pacific Northwest Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship is one of 16 regional championships conducted annually by the PNGA. For more information about the PNGA and the Junior Boys’, please visit http://www.thepnga.org.
Director of Golf: Vito De Santis
Port Ludlow Golf Club
360-437-8270 | VDeSantis(at)portludlowresort(dot)com
Director of Development: Jennifer Lampe
Port Ludlow Resort and Real Estate
360-437-4193 | JLampe(at)portludlowassociates(dot)com