The new season for the popular Timacuan Junior Race for the Cup is upon us, giving juniors the opportunity to experience what the PGA Tour professionals do with the Fed-Ex Cup.
The competition is conducted and hosted by Timacuan Golf And Country Club in Lake Mary, Fl.
The Timacuan Junior Race for the Cup is a competitive junior golf tour for all skill levels. Junior golfers from age 5 to 16 will be placed in different divisions based on skill levels for boys and girls.
The juniors will play 9 holes of golf every other week and will be awarded points based on participation and performance. All players will receive complimentary range balls one-hour prior to each tournament.
During the season, Timacuan will offer a parent/child tournament.
At the conclusion of the season a Major Championship will be held, in which trophies will be awarded for boys and girls in each division.
The regular season schedule begins Feb. 16. The remainder of the schedule is March 2, March 16, March 30, April 13 and April 27. There will be a 2 pm shotgun each day. A special Parent/Child competition is set for May 11, and the Major Championship will be played May 18.
Points will be awarded at each regular-season tournament as follows: 50 points for participation, 50 points for turning in a signed scorecard, and 100 to 600 points for each tournament based on results. The player with the most combined points from the regular season and Major Championship will be crowned the champion. There will also be trophies for four flight winners: White Tees, Green Tees, Red Tees and Junior Tees.
Registration fee for the entire regular season is $150, or you can pay $30 per each regular season tournament. Entry fee for the Parent/Child tournament and the Major Championship is $30 for each.
To sign up, or for more information, please call the Timacuan Pro Shop at 407-321-0010 or e-mail email@example.com.