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Spring Classic @ Myrle Beach



Rules of Golf

16-1a/3 Removing Dew or Frost from Line of Putt

May a player brush dew or frost from his line of putt?

No. Rule 16-1a prohibits touching the line of putt except in removal of loose impediments, repair of ball marks, etc. Dew or frost is not a loose impediment -- see Definition of "Loose Impediments." Accordingly, such action would be a breach of Rule 16-1a. .

Updated: January 24, 2015


SportsXpress Durham - 2015 Media Partner of DJGT



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2015 Tour Qualifier - Baxter Creek Golf Club

Registration for the 2015 Tour Qualifier is now open.

Baxter Golf Club - May 9th & 10th, 2015 (Saturday/Sunday)

Entry Fee: $95 ($125 after April 19th, 2015)

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SportsXpress Magazine Durham Region


The Durham Junior Golf Tour is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with SportsXpress Magazine Durham Region for the 2015 season.  SportsXpress is now in its fourth year of providing coverage of sports in the Durham Region through it’s free magazine and website.  SportsXpress is all about the local athletes, teams, coaches and volunteers.  The new partnership with the Durham Junior Golf Tour will be one of the focal points of SportsXpress Magazine’s golf section that will premier in the upcoming issue and continue throughout the entire golf season.  SportsXpress will be covering the Tour from the Spring Classic in Myrtle Beach all the way to the Chris Karam Memorial Tour Championship in August.  In addition to updates about the tour and the leaderboard, SportsXpress will also be publishing stories about the players and volunteers past and present who have helped to make the Durham Junior Golf Tour so successful over the past 24 years. Complete Details

Marketing/Social Media Co-ordinator

The Durham Junior Golf Tour is currently seeking a dynamic individual for the role of Marketing/Social Media Coordinator to lead the marketing efforts as we continue to grow our programs.   The position entails working with a diverse and dedicated group of internal and external stakeholders looking to grow the game of golf in the Durham region. Interested parties should contact Jeffrey Iceton at jeffrey@durhamjuniorgolftour.ca or 905-655-8234. Complete Details

Spring Classic @ Myrtle Beach

Back for 2015, the Spring Classic at Myrtle Beach will kick off the Durham Junior Golf Tour’s competitive season!  Come join us for the fifth annual off season development and competitive series in Myrtle Beach offered during March Break.  All junior participants will receive professional coaching, structured practice and compete in three 36-hole “Junior Golf Scoreboard Ranked” tournaments with an opportunity to earn an exemption to the 2015 summer tour. Our spring camp is designed to train and prepare players for the 2015 competitive season.
New for 2015, the camp will be hosted at the True Blue Resort Villas in Pawleys Island, with events being held at championship golf courses True Blue Plantation, Tradition Golf Club, Litchfield Country Club, River Club Golf and Willbrook Plantation. Complete Details 

Metro Golf Dome


The Durham Junior Golf Tour is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with the Metro Golf Dome as it becomes the official winter training facility of the Team DJGT program.  The Metro Golf Dome is a climate controlled 53,000 square foot facility featuring 46 driving stations with both suspended and floor targets; a 3,000 square foot area dedicated to putting and chipping plus a sand trap practice area. 

Team DJGT Head Coach, Jon Roy has utilized the Metro Dome as a home for his coaching programs over the past decade as it offers an effective and friendly environment for players to further enhance their skills.  Over the winter months, developing athletes requires a high number of quality ball contacts where they can train swing techniques.  This work on technique over the winter (pre-competition) months is what conditions the movement patterns that will be drawn on in the competitive season.  The dome offers a strong environment for the training of swing technique – there are fresh balls and mats, lots of space to watch ball flight, and effective lighting for video work.  There are also spaces reserved for training short game skills.  The coaches of Golf Performance Coaches feel the dome is great for exploring and developing golf skills and they like to spend a significant amount of time there over the winter months.

We wish to thank Jim Tsakalos of the Metro Golf Dome for his support of the Durham Junior Golf Tour and our development programs.

Membership Opportunities
A benefit to all Durham Junior Golf Tour members includes the opportunity to purchase a Junior Full Membership at the discounted price of $449.99 (regular $499.99).  A Junior Full Membership is the ideal way to practice during the off season. Membership includes 1 hour range time per day, valid anytime, 7 days per week for the entire winter season (October 15th, 2014 through April 30th, 2015).  Interested parties should contact Jane Iceton at durhamgolftour@rogers.com or 905-655-8234.

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