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Register OK dutch junior open 2024.

The Championship is open to amateur golfers of all nationalities. Entrants must be born on or after 1 January 2002 and must have a handicap of 5.0 (girls) or 3.0 (boys) or less. A valid handicap certificate or letter stating the correct handicap from the competitor’s home course must be handed to the Championship Committee upon arrival. All entrants must fill out the entry form which can be accessed through the Championship website (www.junioropen.nl) on or around 1 May 2024 until entry closes on 1 July 2024, 17:00 CET. Facsimiles, emails, letters, print screens or the like will NOT be accepted as proof of registration. Together with the registration the entry fee must be paid. The entry fee for the Championship amounts to EUR 250,- and must be paid by bank transfer. The registration is only valid when the entrance fee has been paid. 

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Winners OK Dutch junior open 2023.

With the Boys, the scores were still even at the beginning of the day, so they played offensive golf. The winner was Matthew Dodd-Berry from England, with -11! What a great performance!

Among the Girls, the scores at the start of Day 4 were more apart, making Anne-Sterre den Dunnen the deserved winner of the OK Dutch Junior Open after after a final round in -3, 69 strokes.

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OK title sponsor dutch junior open.

OK has been contributing to the top golf tournament for youth amateurs from all over Europe for several years now. From May 2022, OK will even be the main and name sponsor of the Dutch Junior Open golf tournament, which will continue as the OK Junior Open. The OK Junior Open (previously known as Dutch Junior Open) has had a tradition of international youth golf since 1984 at GC Toxandria in Molenschot near Breda. The tournament is the ideal stage for top youth amateurs on their route to the professional circuits. The event is the result of a collaboration between Toxandria golf club, the organizing committee, the club's volunteers, sponsors, a great greenkeeping team and the NGF.