In preparation for the annual Can-Am Junior Team Matches, an event sponsored by the South Carolina Junior Golf Association, Golf Tourism Solutions will be hosting Team Ontario at its training facility.
Beginning March 5, Team Ontario will spend more than two weeks training at the GTS facility, located on the back of the range at Barefoot Resort & Golf. Some of Canada’s best junior golfers will have access to covered hitting bays, multiple practice bunkers, practice putting greens, and a premium range.
The Can-Am Junior Team Matches will be played March 19-20 at Wachesaw Plantation Club, a private Tom Fazio-designed course regarded as one of the area’s best. The match play event features the top eight junior boys and girls from Ontario province competing against the top eight junior boys and girls from South Carolina.
The event has been played for more than 20 years and celebrates the bonds between South Carolina and residents of Ontario, Canada in particular, making Myrtle Beach the ideal host destination.
Home to 90 courses, Myrtle Beach has long been the most popular vacation destination for Canadian golfers. The area’s subtropical climate, combined with the quality and value of its golf offerings, are at the heart of its appeal north of the border.
For more information on Myrtle Beach golf, visit www.PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com.
About Golf Tourism Solutions
GTS provides a broad array of services, including email marketing, website design, social media and content production, targeting public and private clubs and real estate developments. With an email database that includes more than 700,000 addresses and an ever-growing social media presence, GTS has the assets of a large media company at its disposal.
GTS also has full responsibility for a thriving tournament division, headlined by the PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com World Amateur Handicap Championship. The company runs eight events, including the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship, and brings more than 20,000 rounds of golf and room nights to Myrtle Beach.
For more information, go to www.GolfTourismSolutions.com.