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Nemacolin Woodlands to host PGA Jr. League Championship qualifier

Bill Beckner

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington is one of 12 qualifying sites for the PGA Jr. League Championship this fall.

On Sept. 14-15, Nemacolin, the host for Region 5, will welcome four, co-ed all-star teams consisting of junior golfers (ages 13 and under). They will compete for 12 spots available for the PGA Jr. League Championship Oct. 11-14 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Other sites include:

Region 1: Cranberry Valley Golf Course – Harwich, Mass.

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Region 2: Seaview Golf Club – Galloway, N.J.

Region 3: Springfield Golf & Country Club – Springfield, Va.

Region 4: PGA National Golf Club – Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Region 6: Olive Branch Country Club – Olive Branch, Miss.

Region 7: White Hawk Country Club – Crown Point, Ind.

Region 8: Glen Oaks Country Club – West Des Moines, Iowa

Region 9: Lodge of Four Seasons – Lake Ozark, Mo.

Region 10: The Club at Las Campanas – Santa Fe, N.M.

Region 11: Gold Mountain Golf Club – Bremerton, Wash.

Region 12: Boulder Creek Golf Club – Boulder City, Nev.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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