Amateur golf tournament hits St. Augustine

By Jennifer Seton |

The St. John’s Golf Club of St. Augustine is hosting the St. Augustine Amateur, Oct. 19-21.

The tournament is open to amateurs who have been invited by the Tournament Committee or who have qualified through participation in the Local Qualifier.

All proceeds from the St. Augustine Amateur will benefit Rotary Club Charities and the First Tee of St. Johns County.

Some lucky teen golfers will have the opportunity to serve as caddies for top-ranked amateur players in the St. Augustine Amateur, Oct. 19-21 at St. Johns Golf Club.

Members of The First Tee of St. Johns County and St. Johns County high school golf teams, ranging in age from 12 to 18, will be selected for this distinctive honor.

The St. Augustine Amateur inspires young caddies to achieve great success in the game of golf and in life, as well as showcase amateur and collegiate players from around the country.

Flagler College will be one of the sponsors and Flagler College alumnus Tom Lawrence is this year’s caddie master for the event.

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