Kingsmill Championship Junior Invitational
Site – Kingsmill Resort (River Course)
Saturday & Sunday, April 1-2
THE TOURNAMENT IS SOLD OUT!!
PLAY THE SAME COURSE AS THE PROS TWO DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT!
The LPGA Kingsmill Championship and the Middle Atlantic PGA are excited to announce a new tournament called the Kingsmill Championship Junior Invitational set to take place on April 1-2, 2017 at Kingsmill Resort-River Course.
This invitational event, which will feature a boys and girls division, will be a 36-hole stroke play event with the course set up very similarly to LPGA tournament that begins on Thursday, May 18.
How to get invited (Invitations have been sent to the participants, if you have questions please contact Bob Heintz at email@example.com)
Junior Golf Scoreboard – as of February 1, 2017:
(For Boys and Girls from VA and MD only)
Top 10 Boys Class of 2017 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2017
Top 10 Boys Class of 2018 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2018
Top 10 Boys Class of 2019 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2019
- Played in the 2016 MAPGA Capital Cup (24 players)
- Finished in the Top 20 of the Overall Boys Division at the MAPGA Junior Championship (PGA Qualifier)
- Finished in the Top 10 of the Overall Girls Division at the MAPGA Junior Championship (PGA Qualifier)
- Finished in the Top 10 of the Overall Boys Division at the 2016 MAPGA Spring Fling
- Finished in the Top 5 of the Overall Girls Division at the 2016 MAPGA Spring Fling
- Finished in the Top 3 of the Boys 16-18 and Boys 14-15 Divisions in the MAPGA Tour Championship
- Finished in the Top 3 of the Girls 12-14 and Girls 15-18 Divisions in the MAPGA Tour Championship
- MAPGA Player of the Year in all 18-hole Divisions (Boys 16-18, Boys 14-15, Boys 12-13, Girls 15-18, and Girls 12-14)
- 3 Sponsor exemptions
- 2 exemptions from Peggy Kirk Bell Golf Tour
2016 Kingsmill Championship Junior Invitational Recap
The Middle Atlantic PGA and the LPGA Kingsmill Championship hosted a 36-hole junior golf tournament preceding the LPGA Kingsmill Championship April 1-2
Caroline Curtis, 14 of Richmond, Va. won the Overall Girls 18-&-Under Division by 5-strokes, scoring a total of 13-over-par after 36-holes of play. Curtis shot a 4-over-75 in round one of competition, a tournament low for the Girls that included an 8-hole bogey-free streak.
“It was so cool playing here this weekend,” Curtis said. “The rough is thick and the greens were so fast. It was a great experience for me and the course was wonderful.”
Drew Brockwell, 15 of Chesterfield, Va. won the Overall Boys Division by 1-stroke after shooting a 6-over-146. Thirteen players had more birdies that Brockwell, but he led the field with 27 holes of par or better.
“This tournament was just great,” Brockwell said. “I want to thank the MAPGA and Kingsmill staff for this weekend. It was a great venue for us. It doesn’t get any better and the course was in phenomenal condition.”
Bailey Davis finished second in the Overall Girls Division with a 12-over-160 and Pieter Degroot finished second in the Overall boys Division with a 7-over-147.
The Kingsmill Championship Junior Invitational featured 54 of the top junior golfers from the Virginia, Maryland and D.C. areas. The 34 boys and 20 girls competed inside the ropes at the Kingsmill River Course just days before the LPGA Kingsmill Championship.
Defending LPGA Kingsmill championship winner Minjee Lee was in attendance at the event, helping award the winners Sunday.