A few locals, some rising stars and a couple of seasoned veterans sprinkled in are expected to make up the field when the Emerald Coast Golf Tour makes a stop at Dothan National Golf Resort for the second year in a row in April.
The three-day, 54-hole tournament will be held April 25-27. There will also be a junior clinic on April 24 and a Pro-Am during the first round of the tournament.
The Dothan tournament will be the fourth stop on the tour this year. Celano believes it can be one of the top locations on the tour.
The free junior clinic will be conducted by former PGA Tour player Ben Bates and teaching pro Dale Wiggins, who will serve as the rules official for the tournament.
For more information on the Pro-Am, junior clinic and the tournament, go to www.emeraldcoasttour.com