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The chance of a lifetime is finally here for 80 junior golfers, including one of TGA’s own, to compete in the sixth annual Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals. The golfers will put their skills to the test at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday, April 7, prior to the start of the Masters Tournament.
Michael Q. (pictured left), representing TGA of Southwest Pittsburgh, will be competing in the Boys 7-9 year-old division, after advancing through numerous qualifying events. The entire TGA family would like to wish Michael, and all the contestants, luck as they compete on the highest stage.
One champion will be named from each age/gender division and the finalists will be scored based on a system that rewards accuracy, distance and proximity to the hole. If you think you have what it takes, it’s time to start practicing for the 2020 competition.
Open to boys and girls ages 7-15, there will be local qualifying events throughout all 50 states during the summer months. Our TGA coaches are always encouraging students to continue building their skills by registering for a variety of programs. These qualifying events can be great opportunities for parents to see how far they’ve come as young golfers, as well as a chance to make new friends in similar age groups.
The top performers at the local level will advance to various other qualifiers at some of the best golf venues around the country. Some TGA students have already experienced success in past Drive, Chip & Putt qualifiers, but we know we have more future winners out there ready to shine!
For more rules and a breakdown of the qualifying schedule, visit https://www.drivechipandputt.com/.