Six courses on menu for Fred Wellsby Junior Divot Golf Tournament

The annual event starts Tuesday at Kinkora and ends June 13 at the Chilliwack Golf Club.

The annual Fred Wellsby Junior Divot Golf Tournament tees off Tuesday (July 4) at noon at the Kinkora Golf Course.

This six course tournament has been sponsored by the Optimist Club of Chilliwack for 22 years. It is open to golfers ages 16 and under who can score 100 or better on a par three course. There are both net and gross prizes included in the $15 registration fee and golfers 10 and under play a double par pick up game.

The course line up this year includes Valley Golf on June 5, Fraser Glen on June 6, Royalwood on June 10 and Cultus Lake on June 11.

The tour wraps up with the championship invitational on June 13 at the Chilliwack Golf Course.

To play in the final tournament golfers must win or place consistently in the top three on some of the other courses.

Golfers do not need to be able to play all events in order to participate.

For more info or to register phone Glenda Standeven at 604-997-5787 or email her at glendastandeven@gmail.com.

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