Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake are now part-owners of a youth golf tour

The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour has grown tremendously in a initial decade of existence. And adding dual of a biggest names on a world as backers positively won’t harm that development.

The HJGT recently announced a Nexus Luxury Collection has purchased a interest in a organization. That news alone competence not meant most until we cruise that Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake, along with a Tavistock Group, are a lead partners in Nexus.

How about that for star energy on a youth golf circuit?

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“The success of youth golf is an critical component in flourishing a game,” Woods pronounced in a press release. “Helping boys and girls compete, and be concerned in golf, will advantage a kids and assistance strengthen a sport.”

“From my purpose as Executive Producer of The Short Game we have always been a committed believer of youth golf, and by a Hurricane Tour we can continue to assistance grow a diversion among a youth ranks,” combined Timberlake.

The HJGT started as a informal operation in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina in 2007. It now runs some-more than 250 tournaments any year in 32 states, braggadocio 8,000 participants in 2016.

“I am gay to partner with Nexus to assistance raise a Hurricane Tour,” CEO Mario Conte said. “Together, we know we can enlarge a series of tournaments, raise a peculiarity of a fields and golf courses and attract an wholly new turn of support. Needless to say, Nexus’s impasse takes us to a subsequent level.”

It’s been a severe month on a march for Woods, whose latest lapse to a PGA Tour has been curtailed by behind spasms. Meanwhile, Timberlake scarcely done a hole-in-one on Pebble Beach’s seventh hole final week and done a cut during a ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am with partner Justin Rose. But with this new investment in flourishing a game, Timberlake and his golf business partner are staid to make a some-more durability impact.

(h/t Global Golf Post)


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