Early August start for junior golf tourney

Royalwood Golf Course head pro James McMurdo is putting together the latest edition of the Fraser Valley Junior Golf Tournament.

The Fraser Valley Junior Golf Tournament tees off in early August at four local golf courses.

Open to players between the ages of 11-17, the tourney starts Aug. 5 at the Cultus Lake Golf Course. Round two is Aug. 6 at the Meadowlands Golf Course. Round three is Aug. 7 at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club and round four is Aug. 8 at the Royalwood Golf Course.

The entry fee is $65 and registration is limited to the first 100 golfers.

The registration deadline is July 30. A form can be filled out online at royalwoodgolf.com and the entry fee can be mailed to Fraser Valley Junior Golf Tournament (46264 Riverside Drive, Chilliwack, V2P 3L3) or Royalwood Golf Course (41050 Trans Canada Highway, Chilliwack, V2R 4J1).

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