Throw Support Behind the AJGA in 2006
the first time in the history of the AJGA, the Tournament
Players Clubs will host three events on the 2006 schedule.
These great courses play host to a number of PGA TOUR,
Champions Tour and Nationwide Tour events. Eight of
the 23 TPC courses across the country offer people the
chance to play the same courses as their favorite golfers.
April, the AJGA will visit the TPC at Craig Ranch as
its first stop in 2006. The AJGA Craig Ranch Junior
will be held April 7-9 in McKinney, Texas. Open for
play on September 16, 2004, the course has been home
to many qualifiers during its short history. In 2005,
the course played host to the U.S. Amateur Qualifier
as well as the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier. The Tom
Weiskopf design plays at 7,438 yards from the PGA tees.
next stop on the TPC course tour brings the First American
Title Junior Classic to the TPC of Tampa Bay. This course
is well respected and considered one of the most challenging
courses on the Champions Tour. Home of the Champions
Tour’s Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am, the TPC of Tampa
Bay boasts many great winners including Hale Irwin,
Jack Nicklaus and Larry Nelson. The event will be held
final TPC course on the schedule is the TPC at Southwind.
Set in the heart of Memphis, Tenn., this will be the
second consecutive year that the course will host the
True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship. From
July 31–August 3, the juniors will be able to
play the same course as the PGA TOUR’s FedEx St.
Jude Classic. With challenging holes and a beautiful
landscape, the course is set to bring a lot of excitement
to the 2006 schedule.
just a few more tournaments set to be added to the 2006
AJGA schedule, the year is already shaping up to be
one of the best in AJGA history. Continue to check out
ajga.org for updates to the schedule.
to view the entire 2006 schedule.