The National Golf Association (NGA) TOUR will head to Snow Hill, NC June 16-22, 2014, for the fourth contesting of the Cutter Creek Golf Classic. The NGA Pro Golf Tour is the No. 3 Men’s Professional Golf Tour in the United States after the PGA and Web.com Tours and is the No. 1 recommended developmental tour by more PGA and Web.com Tour Professionals.
Snow Hill, NC – June 16, 2014 –The National Golf Association (NGA) TOUR will head to Snow Hill, NC June 16-22, 2014, for the fourth contesting of the Cutter Creek Golf Classic. The NGA Pro Golf Tour is the No. 3 Men’s Professional Golf Tour in the United States after the PGA and Web.com Tours and is the No. 1 recommended developmental tour by more PGA and Web.com Tour Professionals.
The professional golfers wishing to test themselves will have plenty of chances as these top golfers descend on Cutter Creek Golf & Country Club in Greene County. The Cutter Creek Golf Classic begins on Thursday, June 16, with final round scheduled on Sunday, June 22. The event is open to the public and admission is free.
The NGA has helped hundreds of professionals acquire their PGA TOUR, Euro, Web.com, and Champions Tour cards. In fact, NGA alumni have won an incredible Sixteen (16) “Major” Championships.
NGA alumni include: 2012 & 2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson; 2011 PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley; 2010 PGA TOUR Player of the Year and 2003 US Open Champion Jim Furyk; 2009 British Open Champion Stewart Cink; 2009 U.S. Open Champion Lucas Glover; 2007 Masters Champion Zach Johnson; 2003 British Open Champion Ben Curtis; two-time U.S. Open Champion Lee Janzen; British Open and PGA Champion John Daly; British Open Champion Tom Lehman; PGA Champion David Toms; 2003 Tour Championship Winner Chad Campbell.
The NGA Pro Golf Tour, established in 1988, predates the Web.com Tour as the longest running developmental tour in golf. In 2012, the NGA TOUR became the “Official Partner of the 2012 Reno-Tahoe Open” and secured one PGA TOUR and six Web.com Tour event exemptions for its members, the most in developmental golf.
For more information on the NGA or the NGA Pro Golf Tour, please visit www.NGATOUR.com or contact the NGA Tour Office at (800) 992-8748.
Aside from its draw for golf enthusiasts, Greene County attracts outdoorsmen and sports lovers from all around eastern NC. Tennis lovers flock to the Greene County Tennis Association, which has been ranked as a top 10 Tennis Town USA by the US Tennis Association. The Greene County recreation complex hosts baseball tournaments for children 11 years and younger and the South Greene fields host adult softball tournaments. For those who prefer the beautiful serenity of the water, picturesque Contentnea Creek draws kayakers to the area (rentals are available seven days a week) and the town of Hookerton has recently installed a new boat ramp.
The NCEast Alliance is a regional economic development corporation serving more than 1 million residents within several small metropolitan and micropolitan areas from the fringe of the Research Triangle to the Atlantic Coast. The Alliance provides community capacity building and assists companies with site location and expansion assistance. For more information on the NCEast Alliance, visit us at www.nceast.org or call 1-800-474-8499.