Jackson Mitchell poses with the trophy from the Elite Invitational boys title with tournament organizer Mason Carmel last year at Longleaf Golf and Family Club.

The encore performance at Longleaf Golf and Family Club for the Elite Invitational junior golf tournament hopes to exceed the expectations that came from the second playing of the tournament last year.

After playing the inaugural tournament in Hilton Head in 2020, last year a large contingent of the country’s top golfers came to Longleaf. The field is slightly smaller this year, but the overall depth of the players is better, tournament chairman and founder Mason Carmel said.

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