TPC Wakefield Plantation to host the Inagural N.C. Girls' High School Invitational

RALEIGH, NC August 22, 2014 – McConnell Golf and the Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA) are proud to announce the inaugural N.C. Girls’ High School Invitational on Saturday, October 11, 2014.  An anticipated field of 15 teams (60 junior golfers) from public and private schools from across North Carolina will compete on TPC Wakefield Plantation’s Plantation course (  The 9-hole Plantation Course is located next the Sports Club and measures 2,700-yards long at a par of 35 featuring three par-3s, four par-4s and two par-5s.

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McConnell Golf“McConnell Golf and TYGA have partnered to conduct the N.C. Boys’ High School Invitational for the past 8 years and we both felt that with the growth in girls’ high school golf, it was time to create a sister event during the fall for the girls’ teams” stated Jason Cox, Director of Junior Golf with the Carolinas Golf Association.  Cox added “TPC Wakefield Plantation’s Plantation course is perfect for this event.  I really think the girls will enjoy this event”.


Registration for this event will open on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.  For more information about the NC Girls’ High School Invitational and other TYGA events, please visit the TYGA’s home page online at


Saturday, October 11, 2014

The championship is conducted at 18-holes of team and individual stroke play. Each team may be represented by four players and must return three individual 18-hole scores each day to qualify for the team championship.


Open to any public and private North Carolina girls’ high school golf team.  Team members must meet age eligibility set by their school.



Registration opens on Tuesday, September 2, 2014


Saturday, October 11, 2014

8:00 am – 9:30 am         Team registration and warm up at TPC Wakefield Plantation main driving range.

10:00 am                       First 9-hole shot gun start.  Teams play together for first 9 holes.

12:30 pm                      Lunch for players and coaches

1:30 pm                        Second 9-hole shot gun start.  Players are repaired based on team scores from front 9.

4:00 pm                        Awards ceremony at scoreboard

Trophies are awarded to the winning team and team members, medalist and first and second all-tournament teams (five each)



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