Updated: Mar 1
ProDreamUSA are pleased to confirm they will host three 54-hole tournaments in 2023, each of which will qualify for WAGR and EGR points.
The ProDreamUSA Junior Masters, now in its 3rd year, will take place at Pollok Golf Club in Glasgow from 5-7 July and will again be open to boys and girls aged 18 or under as of 1 January 2023.
Last years event was won by Harry Bent, a recent signing of the prestigious Kansas State University, who tied the course record in his final round with a scintillating 64. Harry’s success followed that of ProDreamUSA clients Daniel Bullen (University of Oregon) and Carmen Griffiths (University of Louisville) who took the spoils in the inaugural event in 2021.
Following the success of our first tournament in Ireland last summer, ProDreamUSA will be returning to the emerald isle for the ProDreamUSA Irish Open at the fantastic Roganstown Golf Club and Hotel from 7-8 August.
To be played over 54 holes, the event will again qualify for both WAGR and EGR points and is open to boys and girls aged 18 or under as of 1 January 2023.
Roganstown is a fantastic venue, giving competitors the opportunity to stay on site at a reduced rate. Last year’s event was won by Royal Portrush member Adam Buchanan with a 5 under par total, to win by 4 shots.
The prestigious Frilford Heath Golf Club in Oxfordshire will host the ProDreamUSA English Open for the first time. The classic heathland venue will stage the 54 hole event over 3 days, from 23rd to 25th October.
Entries will be open to boys ang girls under the age of 21 on 1 January and the event will qualify for both European Golf Ranking and WAGR points.
Speaking of the events, ProDreamUSA Managing Director Brendan McKenna said:
‘We are all very much looking forward to welcoming some of the top junior golfers in the UK, Ireland and Europe to our tournaments this year. We are grateful to Pollok, Roganstown and Frilford Heath and their members for giving up their courses to give junior golfers the opportunity to compete on some world class golf courses which will, in many cases, surely help the players if they are looking to be recruited to play US College Golf.’