Ryan, Genuardi picked to compete in Pro-Am
Two local golfers selected by Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Council
afford private lessons, and the upcoming Autism Program at the Elmwood Park Zoo.
Now CAC is reaching into the world of golf … and two exceptional young citizens and golfers will be receiving the golf experience of their budding careers.
The CAC has become the sponsor of the Junior Golf Clinic that will be part of the exciting week of professional golf at Raven’s Claw Golf Club in Pottstown, when the LPGA Symetra Tour comes to the area for the inaugural Valley Forge Invitational. Tournament. The tournament week is May 21 to 26.
The week will begin with the Junior Clinic on Monday, May 21, 4 to 6 p.m. Admission is free to junior golfers who want to learn from some of the best young female golf professionals in the world.
On Tuesday, May 22, there will be a Meet the Pros party at historic Sunny Brook Ballroom. All players, sponsors and their guests will be part of this gala celebration.
On Wednesday, May 23 there will be a Pro-Am Tournament to kick off the week of competition. That’s where the CAC’s involvement takes a big step up.
After conferring with the Scholarship Committee of the Montgomery County Amateur Championship, two players who have competed on the Junior and Championship levels in the past were identified. Aside from being excellent golfers, they have shown accomplishment in the areas of academics, sportsmanship and service to the community.
Stan Huskey,center, director of the Citizens Advisory Council of Montgomery County, congratulates Caleb Ryan of West Norriton (left) and Julia Genuardi of Lansdale on being selected to play in the Pro-Am portion of the Valley Forge Invitational at Raven’s Claw GC.