North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation, Inc

Duke University Golf Course Hosts College Bound Junior Golfers, Celebrates Lowest Entry Fees

Press Release   •   Nov 10, 2011 07:04 EST

The Duke University Golf Course is one of the top ranked college campus facilities in the nation and has beenhost to two NCAA national championships as well as the annual Rod Meyers Intercollegiate. The golf course is home to the highly ranked men's and women's Duke Blue Devil Golf Teams that compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Located in Durham, NC Robert Trent Jones/Rees Jones designed golf course enjoys mild weather and is open for play year round and is well regarded as one of the best conditioned golf courses.The course will host the 2011 College Bound Golfer Series, nationally ranked junior championship on December 10-11, 2011. With an entry fee set by the North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation of just $125, the cost to participate and compete is up to 70% lower than other regional and national junior golf organizations that visit the course each year.

The North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation a volunteer, non-profit organization has been formed for the benefit of junior golfers. The Foundation hosts and promotes affordable nationally ranked tournaments for junior golfers regardless if they live in North Carolina or not.  The organization is guided by a Board of Directors comprised of a diverse group of business and academic professionals. These volunteers have extensive golf industry experience that includes experience playing at the highest levels of competitive junior, collegiate and professional golf.

In order to promote affordable tournament golf among junior golfers membership in the North Carolina Junior Golf Foundation FREE of charge.  Membership is open to any male or female golfer that has not yet entered college, or has not yet turned 19. There is no cost to join, simply complete the membership form online at