Mid North Coast District Golf Association

Jack Newton JGF Fixtures 2018

November 03, 2017 at 12:10 PM

The exciting and new look JNJG Tour Calendar is now out for 2018, with a couple of big changes!!!


For the very first time in the 30 years of Jack Newton Junior Golf running tournaments for juniors in NSW, JNJG will be adding an 11 Years Division, as well as a 10 Years and Under Division, to the majority of our events. The juniors in the 11 Years and Under Division will play a shortened course to the rest of the field, whilst they will also have the advantage of a caddy to help get around the 18 holes.


There will also be a significant change to the first JNJG Major of the year, with the Harvey Norman Week of Golf being given National Ranking Status by Golf Australia and moving to the magnificent Royal Canberra GC in the A.C.T for the first time. 120 (90 Boys and 30 Girls) of the best golfers from around the country (with a sprinkle of international players as well) are expected to take part in the A.C.T Harvey Norman Week of Golf, with entries closing and the final field decided by a handicap ballot on Friday 8th December, 2017.

The Sydney Harvey Norman Week of Golf remains the same format, with players competing over four consecutive days on four different courses in Sydney’s North West. Lynwood, Stonecutters Ridge, North Ryde and Muirfield will each host a day this year with more than 150 players expected to take part. It will be the first time the new Age Divisions are launched for the 11 Years and Under players which will create a new dimension to the 72 hole event. The tournament will also see JNJG launch a new Club Competition concept, with all clubs encouraged to enter as many players as possible from their club to form a team to take out the Harvey Norman Interclub challenge (more details on this format to come).

And finally, after a successful trial to the Macarthur Junior Masters in 2017, the event will expand even further in 2018 with all players competing at both Campbelltown and Camden Golf Clubs. All players will play 18 holes at Camden GC and 18 holes at Campbelltown Golf Club, with up to 120 players competing at each course on each day meaning the event can grow to as many as 240 players.

Click the link for the full story and full list of events, and start planning your calendar for 2018 NOW - http://www.jnjg.com.au/news/view/we-are-set-for-the-2018-jnjg-tour-season


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