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2023 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship to Feature Junior PGA WORKS Program

Hole 18 at Shoal Creek Club.

Hole 18 Shoal creek Club.

The 2023 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship (PWCC) announced the return of Junior PGA WORKS to this year’s Championship. The “Most Culturally Significant Championship in Collegiate Golf” will be played May 8-10, at Shoal Creek Club and Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham, Alabama.

Junior PGA WORKS presented by Medical Property Trust will give top junior golfers the opportunity to showcase their talent in front of college coaches in the hopes of being recruited into their programs.

In partnership with the Cameron Champ Foundation, Junior PGA WORKS will feature 24 junior golfers—the top 12 male and female finishers from the Cameron Champ Foundation’s Mack Champ Invitational—playing 36 holes at Shoal Creek Club, May 6-7. For more details, click Here is a link to the article.

“We are proud to partner with the Cameron Champ Foundation in the return of Junior PGA WORKS,” said PGA President and Director of Golf at the Country Club of Lansing, John Lindert. “Junior PGA WORKS is a terrific opportunity for elite high school players to compete on an elevated stage and experience the excitement of the PWCC.”
The students are expected to take part in all of Championship Week including PGA WORKS Beyond Green. This career exploration event is designed to educate, inspire and motivate talent from historically marginalized backgrounds to pursue careers within the business and sport of golf.
Chicago State University Athletics contestants during a practice round of the 2021 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

Chicago State University Athletics participants during a 2021 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship practice round at TPC sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach.
The Cameron Champ Foundation is dedicated to unlocking and transforming the potential of youth from underserved communities.
“As a foundation, we believe that creating sustainable pathways for diverse juniors, from underserved and underrepresented backgrounds, is critical to changing the face of the game and providing opportunities for those same juniors beyond the course,” said Jeff Champ, CEO and Co-Founder of the Cameron Champ Foundation. “We also believe that the best way to build these pathways and increase access is by finding like-minded partners for collaboration. We are proud to partner with the teams at Medical Properties Trust and PGA WORKS to mark the return of this event so that the juniors will be able to showcase their talent.”
Cameron Champ. (Darren Carroll/PGA of America)

Cameron Champ. Cameron Champ.
Junior PGA WORKS has been a part of the PWCC since its inception in 1986 until the late 1990s. The PWCC was founded in 1986 to promote golf programs at institutions that serve underrepresented minorities and to educate and inspire student athletes to pursue careers in the golf industry.
This year’s PWCC will feature a competitive lineup of 30 teams and 52 individuals representing 44 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-serving institutions and other minority-serving institutions from all over the country.
No. 14 at Shoal Creek Club, co-host of the 2023 PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship.

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