We recognize the impact this golf competition can have on the future success of these juniors.
Myrtle Beach, S.C (PRWEB)
July 27, 2017
Hundreds of Junior golfers will have a chance to show off their skills in Myrtle Beach this November at the George Holliday Memorial Junior Tournament. Celebrating its 49th year, this renowned tournament offers an impressive competition for vacationers, golf fanatics, and families to enjoy. The tournament also offers juniors an opportunity to challenge their abilities at one of the nation’s premier junior golf competitions.
Held on Thanksgiving weekend, November 23-25, 2017, the George Holliday Tournament contestants will have the opportunity to play some of Myrtle Beach’s most beautiful courses, including Kings North, SouthCreek, and Myrtle Beach National. Registration is open until November 21. However, as the tournament boasts of past participants including, Lucas Glover, D.J Trahan, and Kristy McPherson, hundreds of golfers come out in hopes of following in the footsteps of the greats. Participants are encouraged to register early as these divisions fill up fast. In fact last year, the 16 to 18 year-old division sold out. All golfers must be ages 18 years or younger as of November 23.
“We are honored to welcome back participants to this event,” said Brad Crumling, head golf professional at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club. “We recognize the impact this competition can have on the future success of these juniors. As George believed in the importance of golf in instilling values in lives of young golfers, we too believe the impact of this tournament reach beyond just the golf course.”
The George Holliday Junior Golf Tournament is the third oldest junior golf tournament in South Carolina. Each year, the tournament is held in remembrance of a George Judson Holliday III, a successful junior and collegiate golfer who was tragically killed in an automobile accident in 1967. At the age of 22, the young golfer already recognized the impact his golfing experience as a junior had on molding his future successes. 3
George was a Gallivant Ferry, South Carolina native and his family established the event to allow other juniors an opportunity compete in a high-caliber tournament setting….