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May 28-30, 2011
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Features

MJT is excited to be involved the annual FCWT National Championship which will be held in 2011 on May 28 - 30 at the PGA National Resort and Spa - Champions Course, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

2011 Qualifying Sites:
Canadian junior golfers will have an opportunity to qualify for MJT spots at the following tournaments this season:

March 24-25:
MJT British Columbia Season Opener
Quilchena GC
Richmond, BC

April 2-3:
MJT British Columbia Series
Morgan Creek GC
South Surrey, BC

April 30-May 1:
MJT Lethbridge College Classic presented by 1st Choice Savings
Paradise Canyon GR
Lethbridge, AB

May 7-8:
MJT Quagmire Golf Classic
Rebel Creek GC
Petersburg, ON

Registration Information
Details regarding the registration process for this tournament will be forwarded directly to each qualified player by the MJT.

The MJT also provides a partial subsidy to each player for entry fee, travel and accommodation expenses, made possible by Travel Underwriters - Official International Events Partner of the MJT - and funds raised through two major corporate tournaments.

Players can also raise funds for their expenses - click here for Pledge Form. NOTE: The Rules of Amateur Status stipulate that juniors may receive funding providing the funds received do not exceed expenses for the event.

Host Hotel
PGA National Resort & Spa
400 Avenue of the Champions
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418,
Telephone: 800-633-9150
The Reservations Center is open Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 6:30pm; Saturday-Sunday from 9:00am-4:30pm, Eastern Time.
Reservations made after the reservation cut-off deadline will be accepted on a space available basis and at the Resort’s prevailing rates.
"Please be sure you are speaking with IN HOUSE reservations at the resort to be sure the block is recognized!"
Group Name: FCWT Junior Golf Tour

Hotel Alternatives:
Gardens Marriott at 561-622-8888
Embassy Suites at 561-622-1000
Double Tree at 561-622-2260



IMPORTANT:
This page was last updated on March 3, 2011; due to the nature of international events, amendments may occur which will be announced on the website and to individuals who qualify to compete at this international event.

Highlights

International tournaments provide an excellent opportunity for junior golfers to expand their golf resumes for future opportunities including scholarship applications for post-secondary education.

About the Host Organization
The FCWT is now in its 14th year of helping young men and women in their pursuit of earning a college scholarship through the challenge of competitive golf. The Tour provides a venue of nationally-ranked junior golf tournaments for junior golfers, aged 18 and under, at over 50 tournament locations across the USA. For more information and to review previous year FCWT National Championships go to www.fcwtgolf.com.

About the Golf Course
PGA National Golf Club
1000 Avenue of the Champions
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Main: (561) 627-1804
Pro shop: (561) 627-1800
Website: www.pga-resorts.com

PGA National Golf Club.
The FCWT will be played at three golf courses:
The Haig Course - Designed by Tom Fazio, the Haig Course was the first to open for play at PGA National Resort & Spa. At 6,806 yards, the Haig is the second-longest course at PGA National and has the highest difficulty rating from the standard men's (white) and ladies' (red) tees.
The Champ Course - The Champion Course, Showcasing The Famous "Bear Trap" Originally designed by Tom Fazio for major tournament play, the Champion Course was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 1990. "The Bear Trap" by Nicklaus -- statistically have all been among the Top 10 Most Difficult Holes on the Senior PGA Tour.
The Squire - Designed by Tom Fazio, the Squire is the shortest and the most exacting of the courses at PGA National Resort & Spa. Tom Fazio referred to the Squire as "the thinking man's course". The golfer is required to test his or her accuracy with fairway woods and long irons from many tees -- and the smaller greens demand precise iron shots. In addition, the Squire has several doglegs to test the longer hitter's control. Success or failure on the doglegs will make or break your round.