Middle and high school golfers needed for the 1st annual Bill Webster Junior Invitational

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Some of the area best high school and middle school boys and girls golfers are encouraged to be apart of the first inaugural Bill Webster junior invitational on May 18th and 19th at the Glenrochie golf course in Abingdon.
    Webster was the first pro the club had from 1958 to 1990 and because he cared about the youth in the area club officials thought it would be fitting to have a tournament in his name that showcases the talent in Virginia and Tennessee.

“We are showcasing local kids from Roanoke to the Knoxville area we want to give them a national feel on the local level each player will have a chance to win a Glenrochie green jacket to represent the Masters it will have the year they won it and the name on the jacket something they can keep for ever and they will always be invited back to the tournament. We feel like SW Virginia and NE Tennessee has become a hotbed for junior golfers and we want to showcase our club give them access to the club and create an event that’s going to be something that will last a long time in honor of  Mr. Webster.”  

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