MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- A&M Consolidated High School of College Station, TX, will be one of the 18 teams from across the nation participating in the fourth annual Fall Palmetto High School Golf Championship September 12-13, 2008, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The seven states represented in the 2008 Fall Palmetto High School Golf Championship include; Arizona, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Hosted by Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, the field of seven boys’ teams and 11 girls’ teams will play Tradition Golf Club and Wachesaw Plantation East during the two-day college-style tournament with Myrtle Beach High School serving as the host school. The 36-hole tournament will feature a boys and girls division with the top three teams and top 10 individual finishers in each division recognized.
The Palmetto High School Golf Championships once again will team up with the National High School Golf Coaches Association (NHSGCA) for the annual fall championship. The NHSGCA is the only national association for high school golf coaches and through the partnership, the Palmetto High School Golf Championships reaches high school golf coaches across the country seeking tournaments for their teams.
“Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday welcomes A&M Consolidated High School to the 2008 Fall Palmetto High School Golf Championship,” said Dave Macpherson, Palmetto High School Golf Championship tournament director for Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. “The Fall Palmetto is one of the nation’s premier high school golf tournaments and we are delighted to host it in Myrtle Beach, the Golf Capital of the World.”
For more information about the tournament, call 1-800-833-8798 or visit PalmettoGolfChampionship.com.
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