Area Notebook; Schedule Set for 2012 Tournaments

By Smits, Garry | The Florida Times Union, December 25, 2011 | Go to article overview

Area Notebook; Schedule Set for 2012 Tournaments


Smits, Garry, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Garry Smits

The 2012 schedules were finalized for the four major governing bodies that operate local, state and national golf tournaments on the First Coast and south Georgia.

United States Golf Association qualifying tournaments for its national championships are among the events set, including U.S. Open local qualifiers at two of the top area private courses and U.S. Amateur qualifying at the University of Florida's tight, testy track.

The state golf associations for Florida and Georgia have, for the most part, taken its top events to areas outside of north Florida and south Georgia.

The Jacksonville Area Golf Association will play two of its championships at their usual sites and will remain in Ponte Vedra Beach for its Amateur Championship.

Here's the 2012 rundown:

USGA

U.S. Open local qualifiers will be at the Timuquana Country Club May 7 and the Marsh Creek Country Club in St. Augustine May 14.

Those qualifiers can advance to the sectional qualifier June 4 at Black Diamond in Lecanto.

The closest U.S. Open local qualifiers in Georgia will be in Newnan and Kennesaw. The Georgia sectional is at the River Club in Suwanee June 4.

U.S. Amateur qualifying will be July 16-17 at the Mark Bostick Golf Course at the University of Florida, and July 30-31 at Hammock Dunes in Palm Coast.

U.S. Public Links qualifying will be June 18-19 at the St. …

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