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In This Issue… Letter from NJGT Director … 2 Tournament Results … 3-5 Point Standings … 5 Tournament Photos ... 7-10 Featured Facility … 11 GolfTEC Tour Tips … 11 Site Director Spotlight … 11 Fitness Facts … 13


Welcome

Letter from NGJT Director Joe Canny, PGA We have been seeing record turnout and record scores at many of our first events two weeks into the season. I’ve had the opportunity to be at a number of the events and it has been a pleasure to meet many of you. I plan to attend many more events in each market and look forward to speaking with those I haven’t had a chance to meet. Something that has really impressed the golf courses is how many of you have been traveling the entire state to play in events away from home. I think this is great! One of the benefits of being a NJGT Member is you have the option to play a lot of different courses you might not otherwise have the opportunity to play at a very affordable rate. The season is still young and I would encourage you if you haven’t already, make a day of traveling to an out-of-town event. Courses off the beaten path that are definitely worth the trip include Whispering Creek in Sioux City, Heritage Hills in McCook, York Country Club, Meadowlark Hills, Eldorado Hills and more. Get together with your family and plan a “stay-cation” right here in Nebraska!

Above is Whispering Creek Golf Club, host to many of the Iowa Golf Association’s and Nebraska PGA’s most premier event, and also a stop on the NJGT Schedule.

While on the topic of “stay-cations” in Nebraska, it is a great time to mention the Nebraska Junior Golf Tour’s newest sponsor, The Prairie Club in Valentine, Nebraska. The Prairie Club, with two highly rated 18-hole golf courses is open to the public and offers unbelievable stay and play packages. I would strongly recommend a weekend getaway to The Prairie Club as it is an experience unlike anything else. Prairie Club also has a 10-hole short course called the “Horse Course” as it is set up for golf’s version of the famous basketball game HORSE. WorldGolf.com states that the Horse Course rivals the best par-3 layouts in all of golf and can be as short as 485 yards or stretched all the way to 1,125 yards. The Horse Course is free to play with half of all donations received going toward scholarships for Valentine High School students and the other half supporting the Nebraska Junior Golf Tour and other junior golf initiatives in Nebraska. Thank you all for your participation in the 2013 Nebraska Junior Golf Tour and I look forward to seeing you at a future event. Joe Canny, PGA Junior Golf Director – NJGT jcanny@njgt.org

Who is leading the race for the Sandhills? Check out the point standings on page 5 of the newsletter!

Cover Photo: NJGT Premier Event sponsored by GolfTEC at GC at Table Creek, June 7th. Follow all of the latest Nebraska Junior Golf action on Facebook!

Visit www.NJGT.org to check out the 2013 schedule and more!

Questions? Contact NJGT: Ph: (402) 730-8364 E: jcanny@njgt.org


NJGT Event Results

June 5th - June 12th

Click HERE to view scores from each event.

NJGT Event at Tregaron GC, June 5th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Luke Gutschewski, Elkhorn

2- Jack Truscott, Omaha

3- Jake Ellis, Kearney

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- Alex Zillig, Lavista

2- Ryan Van Ostrand, Lincoln

3- Chris Rasmussen, Elkhorn

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Cal Leising, Roca

2- Dana Van Ostrand, Lincoln 3- Jackson Hayes, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Chase Keitges, Lincoln

2- Garrett Josten, Omaha

3- Jack Christ, Omaha

Girls 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Kaitlyn Hanna, Omaha

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Kristin Goertz, Omaha

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Abby Hermanek, Omaha

2- Ally Hermanek, Omaha

3- Abigail Fahleson, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Nathalie Sanchez, Bellevue

2- Sabrina Hernandez, Omaha 3- Allie Vondra, Papillion

NJGT Event at Eagle Run GC, June 6

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Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 7-8

1- Zachariah LaRoda, Omaha

2- Alec Franksmann, Omaha

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Luke Gutschewski, Elkhorn

2- Jake Ellis, Kearney

3- Jake Slocum, Meridan

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- George Farner, Bennington

2- Chris Rasmussen, Elkhorn

3- Riley Huettner, Humphrey

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Kort Steele, North Platte

2- Noah Hofman, McCook

3- Trevor Kosch, Humphrey

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Jack Christ, Omaha

2- Adam Gilbertsen, Papillion

T3- Grant Brown, Bennington T3- Tanner Reed, Plattsmouth

Girls 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Lindsey Thiele, Wahoo

2- Kaitlyn Hanna, Omaha

3- Lauren Thiele, Wahoo

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Nia Station, Omaha

2- Kristin Goertz, Omaha

T3- Megan Whittaker, Elkhorn T3- Peyton Savington, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Abigail Fahleson, Lincoln

2- Mallory Huck, Bellevue

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1-Cassie Trumbley, Lincoln

2- Gabby Carollo, Elkhorn

T3- Amanda Willms, Omaha T3- Sabrina HernandezOmaha

NJGT Premier Event sponsored by GolfTEC at GC at Table Creek, June 7th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- George Farner, Bennington

2- Chris Rasmussen, Elkhorn

3- Jacob Maaske, Kearney

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Noah Hofman, McCook

2- Trevor Kosch, Humphrey

3- Jackson Hayes, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Greg Stanek, Bellevue

2- Kyle Murray, Beatrice

3- Trey Petitt, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Murphy Sears, Crete

2- Lidia Jons, Lincoln

3- Samantha Knight, Onawa

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

T1- Gabby Carollo, Elkhorn

T1- Annie Pearson, Omaha

3- Madison Romjue, Lincoln

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NJGT Event at Crooked Creek GC, June 10th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Ari Saltzman, Omaha

2- Rex Soulliere, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- Evan Rich, Lincoln

T2- Will Danielson, David City T2- Dane Milburn, Lincoln

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Patrick Clare, Lincoln

2- Dana Van Ostrand, Lincoln

3- Gannon Murray, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Jack Minnick, Lincoln

2- Spencer Marxsen, Omaha

T3- Derek Carlson, Lincoln T3- Josh Lirette, Omaha

Girls 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Lindsey Thiele, Wahoo

2- Brynn Sundquist, Lincoln

3- Neely Adler, Lincoln

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Kendra Placke, Seward

2- Gillian Dean, Lincoln

3- Peyton Savington, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Lidia Jons, Lincoln

2- Klaire Nuttelman, Lincoln

3- Audrey Kuehn, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Madison Romjue, Lincoln

2- Cassie Trumbley, Lincoln

3- Allison Mead, Syracuse

3- Dj Savington, Lincoln

NJGT Event at Eagle Hills GC, June 11th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

T1- Richard Orth III, Omaha

T1- Luke Gutschewski, Elkhorn T3- Rex Soulliere, Omaha T3- Aden Pesicka, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

T1- Ryan Van Ostrand, Lincoln

T1- Tyler Jacobsen, Omaha

3- Damien Burger, Papillion

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Mitchel Seigel, Papillion

2- Ethan Anderson, Papillion

3- Ben Broderick, Lavista

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Nick Zeplin, Lincoln

T2- Nolan Zikas, LaVista

T2- Garrett Josten, Omaha T2- Daniel Marsden, Papillion

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Kristin Goertz, Omaha

2- Peyton Savington, Lincoln

3- Moya Murray, Omaha

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Abby Hermanek, Omaha

2- Ally Hermanek, Omaha

3- Spencer Roach, Papillion

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Nathalie Sanchez, Bellevue

2- Miranda Keeler, Plattsmouth 3- Katie Irvin, Papillion

NJGT Event at Indianhead GC, June 11th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 7-8

1- Bowdie Fox, Grand Island

2- Luke Hiltibrand, Brule

3- Caleb Castillo, Brule

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Jake Ellis, Kearney

2- Blake Thiele, Kearney

3- Griffin Hendricks, Clarks

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- Cade McCallum, Grand Island 2- Caleb Badura, Aurora

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Noah Hofman, McCook

2- Eshan Sood, Grand Island

3- Reece Rhodes, Grand Island

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Nick Nabower, Grand Island

2- Jeff Allen, Grand Island

3- Sam Sommers, Kearney

Girls 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Danica Badura, Aurora

2- Lucille Dietz, Amherst

3- Harley Hiltibrand, Brule

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Frankie Hendricks, Clarks

2- Aspen Luebbe, Columbus

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Morgan Thiele, Kearney

2- Kylie Thiele, Kearney

3- Madeline Murray, Kearney

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Neha Sood, Grand Island

2- Leigh Uhing, Grand Island

3- Lauren Licking, Hastings

3- Rockney Peck, Stanton

T3- Gavin Fox, Grand Island T3- Jacob Maaske, Kearney

NJGT Event at Whispering Creek GC, June 12th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Tanner Walling, Wayne

2- Dillon Barnes, Norfolk

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- Riley Huettner, Humphrey

2- Johnathan Hudson, Omaha 3- Kellen Rossman, Norfolk

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Trevor Kosch, Humphrey

2- Jacob Hudson, Omaha

3- Mason Hale, Atkinson

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Kaje Maly, Wayne

2- Brad Kathol, Hartington

3- Preston Peters, Bancroft

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Samantha Knight, Onawa

2- Allison Temple, Norfolk

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Mackenzie Hale, Atkinson

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NJGT Event at College Heights CC, June 12th Age Division

Top 3 Finishers

Boys 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Luke Gutschewski, Elkhorn

Boys 18 –Hole, 12-13

1- Evan Rich, Lincoln

2- Jacob Wagner, Omaha

Boys 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Dana Van Ostrand, Lincoln

T2- Nick Christiansen, Fairbury T2- Justin Peterson, Fairbury

Boys 18 –Hole, 16+

1- Ben Danielson, David City

2- Hunter Baum, Denton

3- Nick Zeplin, Lincoln

Girls 9 –Hole, 9-11

1- Georgia Witte, Fremont

2- Emma Witte, Fremont

3- Neely Adler, Lincoln

Girls 9 –Hole, 12-13

1- Kendra Placke, Seward

2- Gillian Dean, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 14-15

1- Murphy Sears, Crete

2- Klaire Nuttelman, Lincoln

Girls 18 –Hole, 16+

T1- Amanda Willms, Omaha

T1- Cassie Trumbley, Lincoln

3- Ryan Van Ostrand, Lincoln

3- Ashley Willms, Omaha

Race for the Sandhills To get daily updates and point breakdowns for Farmers Mutual Regular Events and GolfTEC Premier Events, visit NJGT.org. Sand Hills Golf Club has consistently ranked as one of the United States’ best courses since opening in 1995 and will serve as our host for the Tour Championship for all 18-hole divisions. Qualification for this event will be based on each player’s best eight finishes through the Kearney Country Club Premier Event on July 15th.

Player Fox, Bowdie LaRoda, Zachariah Franksmann, Alec Hiltibrand, Luke Castillo, Caleb

Points 100 50 45 45 40

Boys 9-11 Player Gutschewski, Luke Soulliere, Rex Ellis, Jake Orth III, Richard Barnes, Dillon Peck, Rockney Saltzman, Ari Hendricks, Griffin Truscott, Jack Thiele, Blake

Points 250 191 190 162 140 140 124 120 107 85

Boys 12-13 Player Van Ostrand, Ryan Badura, Caleb Huettner, Riley Wingate, Trent Rasmussen, Chris Maaske, Jacob Farner, George Jacobsen, Tyler McCallum, Cade Rich, Evan

Girls 7-8

Boys 14-15

Boys 7-8

Points 247 209.7 198 180 175 155 150 146.7 140 126

Player Kosch, Trevor Van Ostrand, Dana Hofman, Noah Hayes, Jackson Rhodes, Reece Clare, Patrick Skrobecki, Greyson Sood, Eshan Rathman, Clay Murray, Gannon

Points 280 272 195 195 192 165 157 144 122 115

Boys 16+ Player Christ, Jack Gilbertsen, Adam Schroeder, Blake Keitges, Chase Zeplin, Nick Wagner, Zach Lirette, Josh Danielson, Ben Stanek, Greg Marxsen, Spencer

Points 184 153 138 135 128 116 104 103 100 97

Player Mullen, June

Girls 14-15 Points 50

Girls 9-11 Player Badura, Danica Adler, Neely Thiele, Lindsey Hanna, Kaitlyn Sundquist, Brynn Keitges, Allyson Thiele, Lauren Witte, Georgia Dietz, Lucille Witte, Emma

Points 150 120 100 95 95 77 75 50 45 45

Girls 12-13 Player Goertz, Kristin Dean, Gillian Savington, Peyton Hendricks, Frankie Placke, Kendra Luebbe, Aspen Murray, Moya Station, Nia Whittaker, Megan Rose, Miss Alexis

Points 145 140 125 100 100 95 75 50 40 35

Player Sears, Murphy Jons, Lidia Knight, Samantha Murray, Madeline Fahleson, Abigail Hermanek, Abby Hermanek, Ally Nuttelman, Klaire Temple, Allison Harris, Faith

Points 200 180 130 125 122 100 90 90 90 80

Girls 16+ Player Romjue, Madison Sood, Neha Trumbley, Cassie Vondra, Allie Carollo, Gabby Willms, Amanda Hernandez, Sabrina Willms, Ashley Irvin, Katie Sanchez, Nathalie

Points 175 175 175 141 140 136 130 112 100 100

Visit the Point Standings page on NJGT.org to view current standings. 5


n listed i Events are d font bold, re ts. R even PREMIE

DATE

EVENT

CITY

DEADLINE

June 20

Benson Park GC

Omaha

June 12

June 20

Wayne CC

Wayne

June 12

June 21

Lake Maloney GC

North Platte

June 13

June 24

The Pines CC

Valley

June 16

June 25

Elmwood Park GC

Omaha

June 17

June 25

Heritage Hills GC

McCook

June 17

June 26

North Bend GC

North Bend

June 18

June 26

Westwood Heights GC

Omaha

June 18

June 27

Willow Lakes GC

Bellevue

June 19

July 2

York CC

York

June 24

July 3

Tiburon GC

Omaha

June 25

July 8

Woodland Hills GC

Eagle

June 30

July 9

Cross Creek GL

Cambridge

July 1

July 9

Pioneers GC

Lincoln

July 1

July 10

Meadowlark Hills GC

Kearney

July 2

July 11

Old Dane GC

Dakota City

July 3

July 11-12

NJGT Central Nebraska Junior (36 holes) Grand Island Jackrabbit Run GC & Riverside GC

July 3

July 12

The Knolls CC

Lincoln

July 4

July 15

Kearney CC

Kearney

July 7

July 15

Tara Hills GC

Papillion

July 7

July 17

Eldorado Hills GC

Norfolk

July 9

July 18

Highlands GC

Lincoln

July 10

July 22

River Wilds GC

Blair

July 14

July 23

River's Edge GC (Parent/Child)

North Plattte

TBD

July 24

NJGT Tour Championship Sand Hills GC

Mullen

Invitation

July 29

Mahoney GC

Lincoln

July 21

July 29

Sunset Valley CC

Omaha

July 21

July 30

Stone Creek GC

Omaha

Jul 22

July 31

Hidden Valley GC

Lincoln

July 23

July 31

Wild Horse GC

Gothenburg

July 23

August 1

Beatrice CC (Four-Ball)

Beatrice

July 24

August 1

NJGT Tour Championship Wilderness Ridge GC

Lincoln

Invitation

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NJGT Event at Tregaron GC, June 5th

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NJGT Premier Event sponsored by GolfTEC at GC at Table Creek, June 7th

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NJGT Event at Crooked Creek GC, June 10th

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NJGT Event at Eagle Hills GC, June 11th

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Featured Facility York Country Club

‘s Tour Tips This week’s GolfTEC Tour Tip comes from the entire staff at GolfTEC of Omaha, which features 5 professional instructors who have given over 10,000 lessons. While instructing young golfers a common area that needs improvement is club selection around the green. It seems that many of today’s golfers will automatically use a sand wedge or lob wedge when they get around the green. Using your most lofted club around the green is important when you have to carry the ball a certain distance and stop it quickly, but when you have a lot of green to work it is better to use a less lofted club like a gap wedge, pitching wedge or even an iron. Your margin of error with these clubs will be much less on average than the lofted club.

York Country Club is one of Nebraska’s more traditional country clubs with a history that dates back to 1919. York CC will host the NJGT on July 2nd and it is a strong recommendation from the entire NJGT Staff. York Country Club has the feel of an early 20th century country club with tree lined fairways and small greens which places and emphasis on accuracy. It is also very unique in that the back nine is less than 25 years old and the clubhouse less than 15 years old. This combination of traditional and new makes this golfing experience one you will want to return to each year. Whether you are from Lincoln, Omaha, Northeast Nebraska or Western Nebraska; you are going to want to make the trip! For more information on York Country Club, visit http://www.yorkcountryclub.net/index.html.

During this week’s PGA Tour Event, watch today’s best shot makers like Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler, Rory McIlroy and others. You will see creativity in the clubs used around the green which will maximize their chances of success. Spend an afternoon practicing your chipping with different clubs so at the next NJGT event you will be prepared to get up and down. All Nebraska Junior Golf Tour Members receive a 60Minute Performance Evaluation for $69 and 20% off all lesson plans and programs. Mention you are a NJGT Member when scheduling your first 60-minute evaluation. Offer good until August 31, 2013. Book a lesson with Mark Stava or any of the experienced instructors at GolfTEC Omaha today! To learn more about GolfTEC Omaha, meet the instructors and book a lesson; CLICK HERE.

Site Director Spotlight ~ Jo Baldwin My name is Jo Baldwin. I live in Kearney and I am one of the Site Directors for the Western and Central Nebraska NJGT. My husband, Mike, and I have two girls and one boy all in their twenties. In the summer I golf, garden, and golf and my winters consist of skiing, cooking, bridge and reading. I am a member of the Nebraska Women's Amateur Golf Association Executive Board and have played in NWAGA events. The last three years I have attended the NGA Rules Sessions and volunteered as a rules official at the Nebraska high school state golf tournaments each spring and fall. Two of our children played in summer Pepsi Tour events and golfed in high school and competed in four state golf tournaments. It is now time for me to show my appreciation to all those volunteers by becoming the volunteer. I have worked two of the NJGT 2013 tournaments and am having a blast. Meeting the golf pros, helpers and grounds crews at each of the tournament sites and seeing their dedication to the youth is refreshing. By far the best part of being a part of the NJGT organization is meeting all the kids and their parents. 11


Send Us Your “Swoosh” Moments In each of the NJGT Junior Newsletters, we will be featuring NJGT members wearing and using gear from NIKE GOLF, presenting sponsor of the Nebraska Junior Golf Tour. Show off your swoosh videos and pictures by posting them to the NJGT Facebook Page or on Twitter by using #theNJGT.

Send Us Your “Swoosh”

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Fitness Facts Presented by The PGA Sports Academy powered by UnitedHealthcare The golf swing requires the body’s muscles to work together in harmony in order to deliver power and accuracy for each golf shot. The following exercises will help develop strength and coordination in your feet, legs, back and abdomen, which are key power sources in your golf swing. A. Plank with Leg Raises    

Go into a pushup position with your hands underneath your shoulders and your elbows locked. Keep your body in a straight line, focusing on squeezing your glutes and restricting your lower back from arching. Raise one leg about six inches off the ground, squeezing your glute. Be careful to not lift the leg too high or allow your hips to rotate. It will cause your lower back to round, defeating the purpose of the exercise. Lower the leg and repeat with the other side.

B. Plank with Arm and Leg Raise    

Go into a pushup position with your hands underneath your shoulders and your elbows locked. Keep your body in a straight line, focusing on squeezing your glutes and restricting your lower back from arching. Raise one arm and one leg off the ground, reaching it over your head. Keep your shoulders and hips square to the ground. Lower the leg and arm then repeat with the other side.

C. Back Extensions     

Lie on your stomach with your arms behind your head. First, begin by squeezing your glutes, and then pinch your shoulder blades together. Next, raise your upper body off the floor as you exhale through your mouth; keep your legs on the ground. Hold for 1-2 seconds. Slowly return to your start position.

D. Side Hip Raise     

Lay on your right side with your right elbow underneath you. Feet are on top of each other. Raise your body up so that your weight is supported by your right forearm and the side of your right foot. Keep your body in a straight line, focusing on keeping your shoulders, hips and feet in a straight line. Continue to raise and lower your hips for the prescribed number of repetitions. Switch to the opposite side.

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Using Your USGA Handicap Index (GHIN) As an NJGT Member you receive a membership into the Nebraska Golf Association and a USGA Handicap. A Handicap Index is computed using your ten best scores of your most recent twenty scores and the appropriate USGA Course Rating and Slope Rating for each course played. This number indicates the potential ability of a player as compared to an expert player on a course of average difficulty. A minimum of five 18-hole attested scores are required to establish a Handicap Index. The more scores you post the more accurate your Handicap Index will become. You have the ability to post 9hole and 18-hole scores. All rounds played in NJGT Tournaments will be automatically posted to your Handicap Index. You can also post scores from your practice rounds, play with family/ friends and other events. To begin posting scores to your record visit NebGolf.org.

FORE! Application Available FORE! is a statewide initiative allowing deserving youth the opportunity to play some of the state's best courses for $4 putting to use the life skills and values training they learn prior to membership. FORE! began in 2012 as a pilot program in the Omaha Metropolitan area. This year all NJGT Members age 7-17 can participate in markets such as Lincoln, Kearney, Omaha, Grand Island and more from June through August. Golfers age 7-11 are classified as “Supervised Access” members and must be accompanied by an adult when they play at an 18-hole facility. They may play at 9-hole facilities without restriction. Golfers age 12-17 are either classified as “Supervised Access” or “Full Access” based on certified program director’s recommendation. “Full Access” members may play each participating facility without adult supervision. FORE! membership includes membership in the Nebraska Golf Association and the benefits that accompany it. For more information on FORE! and to complete an application, Visit NebGolf.org today!

Join us this summer for professional instruction and great fun at Nike Golf Camp! More than 150,000 junior golfers have participated in what we believe are among the best junior golf programs in the country. Click here to visit Nike Golf Camps for detailed information on our entire network of camps or simply click on a specific location below.

Nike Overnight Camp University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE July 22-26, Ages 12-18 This camp is open to any and all entrants (must meet the age requirements)

University of Nebraska is not a sponsor or co-sponsor of this event

Nike Day Camps Eagle Hills Golf Course, Omaha, NE June 24-28, July 15-19, August 5-9 Ages 7-17, All ability levels welcome

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To be considered for the Summer Experience, candidates must apply directly to the University hosting the session they wish to attend. A current USGA handicap of 18 or less is required. The PGA Golf Management University Program is available at 20 universities across the country. A list of accredited universities can be found at PGALinks.com.

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Nebraska Junior Golf Newsletter: June 14, 2013