Cory Vincent, Director of Instruction
Cory began teaching in 2010 at the Jim McLean Golf School in Fort Worth, TX immediately after graduating from McNeese State University. He spent three years there before going to Liberty National and then a summer at Trump National DC helping develop and grow the instruction program. He was recently recognized on Revolution Golf and is now recognized as one of the Jim Master's Instructors. email@example.com
The CCJ uses the Operation 36 framework consisting of Coaching, Playing, and Training designed to teach golfers to play the game from a hole out perspective. Programs are available to Men, Women, and Juniors. Full details of Operation 36 can be found on the attached flyer: Operation 36 Flyer
Championship Golf Course with Southern Hospitality
A family focused club rooted in Southern Hospitality with a championship golf course which plays host to the PGA TOUR’s Sanderson Farms Championship every Fall. We have a very active golf membership comprising associations for the Men (MGA), Ladies (LGA) and Juniors (JGA). Our junior program is led by our Director of Instruction, Cory Vincent, and is the largest program in the state. We offer year round weekly junior clinics for all abilities, provide multiple golf schools throughout the summer months for all ages, and are very active in the PGA Junior League summer program as well as a CCJ Junior Intraclub League during the Fall season. If you have a junior golfer, CCJ offers a welcoming environment for both boys and girls.
27 holes of golf
CCJ has 27 holes comprised of three nines; Dogwood, Azalea and Cypress. Dogwood-Azalea combines to comprise our championship course with Dogwood serving as the opening nine holes. Cypress, our family nine, stands alone as an “open” nine (no tee times) with multiple teeing locations stretching from 3,500 yards all the way down to 1,800 yards for our junior golfers.
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Dogwood - Azalea
CCJ Junior Invitational (The Gator)
CCJ plays host to one of the premiere junior golf events in the state played every spring in late February. The Gator Invitational began many years ago as a high school event played between the top private and public schools in the state of Mississippi. After a decade of growth this event is now recognized by the AJGA (American Junior Golf Association) with AJGA points awarded and attracts top junior golfers from all over the Southeast.