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USGA Pace of Play

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Please join the USGA in our campaign to stamp out long playing times and end slow play. Sign our Pace of Play Pledge and help us make the game more fun and more enjoyable for everyone.  When you sign the pledge, you will be enrolled in a six-part educational program that will teach you the fundamental causes of slow play and suggest ways to improve your personal pace of play.

My Pace of Play Pledge

·  As one who loves golf, I understand my critical role in improving pace of play.

·  I will examine my own habits on the golf course to identify ways that I can pick up the pace.

·  I will Tee It Forward and play from the set of tees best suited to my driving distance, in an effort to speed up play and have more fun.

· I will practice “ready golf” during stroke play; I will hit when I am ready to play, but only when it is safe to do so.

· I will serve as an example for those around me and I will strive to inspire and guide my fellow golfers to improve their pace of play.

· I understand that golf course design and setup can affect pace of play, and I promise to support those who manage the facilities where I play to find solutions for optimizing pace of play.

· I will seek out a golf professional to help me improve my game and my pace of play.

· I will embrace opportunities to play nine holes when my schedule doesn’t allow for an 18-hole round.

· I will encourage others to take the Pace of Play Pledge, for the good of the game.

· I will play more quickly, play better and have more fun!

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The Breakers West CC
Scoreboard Highlights

Boys 16 -18 (Pebble Beach)

Tyler Segal 72
Jackson Shoenfelt 74
Joshua August 75
Ryan Lynch 75


Boys 16 -18 (Pinehurst)

Gabe Franklin 80
Blake Yodlowski 80
Christopher Abbott 83 


Girls 16 -18

Janelle Johson 76
Megan Turnquest 87
Tracy Peyton 87


Boys 14-15

Alex Larson 79
Jarue Johnson 87
Alex Stohlman 88


Boys 12 -13

Jayden Booth 80
Jack Braverman 84
Chad Mason 102


Girls 14 - 15
Katelyn Wigderson 81 Jacqueline Fenton 89


Girls 13 & Under

Hannah Foster 79
Haylie Turnquest 85


Boys 11 & Under

Haylie Turnquest 87
Madisyn Bloom 89
Mira Rubin 106


College League
Derron Peyton 71


2013 Summer Schedule

June 10
Emerald Dunes

June 17
Indian Springs C.C.

June 24
Sherbrooke C.C.

July 8
The Links of Boynton Beach

The Palm Beach Classic
July 15
Hunters Run
Golf & Racquet Club

July 16
Iron Horse

July 22
The Fountains

The Palm Beach Junior Championship
July 29--Breakers
Rees Jones Club

July 30
The Wanderers Club

Aug 5
Westchester CC
Final Awards & BBQ

Aug 10-11
Florida Golf Association
Team Championship

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Our PBCJGA Players in the news!

When you see news stories that include PBCJGA players email us at pbcjga@gmail.com with the link

August 7, 2013 http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/sports/golf/wellingtons-brooks-koepka-has-lofty-goals-for-his-/nZHdD/

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Wellington native Brooks Koepka, 23, didn’t hesitate when asked Wednesday about his goals for his first appearance in the PGA Championship. “To win,” he replied. “I didn’t come here to finish second or miss the cut. If I play well there’s no reason I shouldn’t be up there on Sunday.”

June 17, 2013  http://www.lpga.com/girls-golf/news/2013/ggtc-final-results.aspx

See story on Kiawah Island Team Championship-picture with the girls, Mary-Lee Cobick(Haylie and Megan’s instructor) of Okeeheelee and Nancy Lopez.

June 10, 2013 Great first week at Emerald Dunes with the PBCJGA golfers kicking the summer into high gear. Anthony Gabriele (WPB) started with a Birdie, Birdie and ended with a 3 under par round (69) to win the Boys 16-18 Pinehurst Flight. In the Boys 16-18 Pebble Beach Flight Gabe Franklin (LW), Ryan Mason (BB), and Chad Tworek (LW) pushed each other for 18 holes and ended with a three way tie for 1st place.  In the boys 14-15 division Austin Durand (W) carded four birdies on the back nine for a 77 finish. Boys 12-13 Jayden Booth (RPB) started with a Birdie, Birdie to earn his first win of the summer.  Tracy Peyton (BB) claimed her first win of the summer and while the other girls H.S. players started the season with steady play, it looks to be a very competitive summer.   Lilly Rinker’s (J) short game played a big part to her carding three Birdies in her round playing in the Girls 13 and under division.  Joshua Booth, (RPB) used his putting skills to card a great score of 82 in the boys 11 and under division.

Our (Girls 16-18 & Boys 13-15) brought their 'A' Game as well to the Florida State Match Play Championships at Sandrige - Dunes Course, Vero Beach, Florida this weekend!

We are so proud of our junior golfers for showing their stuff at the Junior Players at the Florida State Match Play Championships at Sandrige - Dunes Course, Vero Beach, Florida this weekend!
(Boys 16-18 & Girls 13-15)

http://www.sfpgagolf.com/gabriele-and-haupt-are-victorious-at-south-florida-junior-pga-championship/ BOCA RATON, Fla. – Anthony Gabriele of Wellington and Valentina Haupt of Weston will represent South Florida next month in the 37th annual Junior PGA Championship.

http://www.wtxl.com/content/localsports/story/Seminoles-Brooks-Koepka-to-US-Open/xFQ-BlSI1ESvuX_hoof8SA.cspx Brooks Koepka former PBCJGA Player qualifies for US OPEN TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State senior Brooks Koepka, who led the Seminole men’s golf team to a ninth place finish at the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship last week, won a one hole sudden victory playoff at the U.S. Open sectional qualifying tournament at Black Diamond Ranch in Lecanto, Fla

http://youthsportsdaily.palmbeachpost.com/uncategorized/2012/05/03/okeeheelee girls-golf-program-films-tv-commercial/ Okeeheelee girls golf program films TV commercial... Twelve were selected for close-ups. They include Hailey Turnquest, Megan Turnquest, Vanessa Berrios, Elizabeth Miles-Dean, Claire Keane, Hanna Rizzolo, Glynis Green, Antonio Herrera, Tracy Peyton, Stephanie Lee, Jasmine Ferguson and Caitlin Ocasio.

http://teetimesnews.com/news/pdf/TeeTimes0512.pdf Putting Championship a success ... “It is a lot of fun for the whole family,” Alvino said. “I was very pleased.”Lake Worth’s Gary Bates won the pro division. Other winners included:Juniors 13 and under: Justin Nelms, 13, West Palm Beach. Juniors 14-17: C.J. Fisher, 14, Boynton Beach. Ladies: Robin Nelms, Boynton Beach. Men: Josh Greene, Port Saint Lucie.


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College Scholarships for 2013
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The Junior
Golfer’s Creed


by Former GCSAA President, Dennis Lyon


Golf is a wonderful game. As a junior golfer, I will RESPECT and be good to the game of golf.

Responsibility - I will learn the rules of golf, follow the rules of the course and take responsibility for all of my actions on the course. Etiquette- I will abide by the rules of etiquette, awaiting the proper time to hit, refraining from foul language and boisterous behavior, and generally conducting myself as a young lady or young gentleman on the course. Sensitivity- I will be sensitive to the environment and the course where I play and to those who maintain and manage it. Pace- I will keep up with the group ahead and maintain an appropriate pace of play. Educate- I will do my best to educate others and myself on the principles of this creed and live up to it at every opportunity. Conditions- I will strive to leave the course in better condition than I find it, by fixing my ball marks (and those of others), replacing my divots, raking bunkers, and properly disposing of trash. Traditions- I will learn and embrace the rules and traditions of this ancient and honorable game and respect my fellow golfers and the courses we are privileged to play.