The Cameron Smith Junior Classic, now in its fifth year, has been rescheduled for Friday January 7.
Torrential overnight rain forced organisers at Wantima Country Club in Brendale to postpone the event on December 10.
Now in its fifth year, all original entries are being invited to play on the new date and new entries are being taken via the Golf Australia website.
The tournament is named after Australia’s top golfer Cameron Smith who grew up in Pine Rivers and learned to play at Wantima.
Smith now lives in Jacksonville, Florida, plays on the US PGA Tour and finished this year world ranked 22.
He had one victory, two second places and eight top 10 finishes in 2020-21 making the cut in 21 of the 24 events he played.
“This tournament is so important to me,” the 28-year-old said. “It’s a great day and something I am passionate about.
“I love seeing young players having fun and enjoying playing at Wantima Country Club.”
This year’s event, the fifth CSJC, which began in 2017, is open to under 18 male and female players with a GA (Golf Australia) handicap.
The first qualifying event for the 2022 Greg Norman Junior Masters, the CSJC, it will again be over 18 holes of stroke play with a single tee start at 7.30am.
For Classic details and to register visit mitournament.com/tournament/viewTournament?execution=e4s1