JGAA’s 2020 tournament schedule resumes with health and safety guidelines in place.
The Junior Golf Association of Arizona’s 2020 tournament schedule will resume in Tucson May 27-28 at Randolph North and Dell Urich golf courses at the Tucson City Junior Championship sponsored by the Tucson Conquistadores. Health and safety guidelines have been put in place that players, tournament staff, families and spectators are required to follow, including (but not limited to) practicing social distancing and maintaining a six-foot distance from other people (except household members) while on golf course property (this includes the driving range, practice putting green, teeing area, etc.). Click here for complete JGAA 2020 COVID-19 Tournament Guidelines.
“We are excited and optimistic about resuming our tournament season,” said Scott McNevin, executive director of the JGAA. “The guidelines give everyone involved clear steps, from overall sanitization to on-course practices, to warming up beforehand and scoring after. We truly appreciate Tucson City Golf, the Tucson Conquistadores, the Tucson community, volunteers and all of the families across Arizona who have stepped up to host the event in a safe and responsible way.”
Tee times begin at 6:30 AM each morning off Dell Urich and Randolph North Course. The Boys and Girls 10-and-Under and 11-12 divisions will play at Dell Urich. The Girls 15-18, Championship and 13-14 divisions also will play Dell Urich, and the Boys 15-18 and Championship divisions will play each day at Randolph North Golf Course.
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About the Tucson Conquistadores
Since their inception in 1962, the Conquistadores have contributed more than $36 million to local and national charities. The Conquistadores are comprised of up to 60 active business and professional members, and a total membership of 215 who represent a cross-section of the Tucson community. The organization serves at the tournament management team for the PGA TOUR Champions’ Cologuard Classic, overseeing tournament operations and sales. In addition to their involvement with professional golf, the group has established the Tucson Conquistadores Foundation. Key beneficiaries of the Conquistadores’ fundraising efforts include Southern Arizona youth athletic programs, The First Tee of Tucson and colon cancer advocacy organizations. Follow the Tucson Conquistadores online at www.tucsonconquistadores.com and www.Facebook.com/TucsonConquistadores.