Stonebridge, Australia (CNN) — Ninjas from across the world will compete in a training camp for the 2018 World Junior Golf Championship, which kicks off Thursday in Germany.
The tournament, which will be held at the prestigious PGA of America in Punta Cana, Florida, will feature some of the world’s best young players in golf as well as a handful of international pros.
“I’m really looking forward to this tournament,” said Kyle Bowers, who is the U.S. captain of the U-18 men’s team.
“This is one of the greatest events in golf that we have here at the PGA, and the World Junior Championship will be one of our top tournaments.”
A total of 26 players will compete at the 2018 tournament, including eight who have competed at the U19 world championships in Spain and France.
The U.K. has four players in the mix for the tournament, with England’s Daniel Lloyd, the No. 3-ranked player in the world at the moment, set to play.
Lloyd is the No 1-ranked golfer in the U17 and U20 world rankings.
He is the only Briton among the six players who will be participating.
“It’s going to be an unbelievable tournament,” Lloyd said.
U. S. Open champions will be among the players competing. “
There are a lot of great players competing and I’m looking forward on that level of competition.”
U. S. Open champions will be among the players competing.
Cody Stinson, the U.-18 men`s champion, has been selected for the camp.
He won the Masters in August and the U18 title last month.
Stinson is set to take part in the camp on Friday, the day before the U20 World Championships.
Stenson is one-and-done on the World Tour after losing his first two major championships, including the U21 Tour Championship.
He was the U16 U.s.
Open champion in June and the second-best player in his age group at the season-ending U19 World Championships in Germany, where he lost to German ace Henrik Stenson.
He missed the Pyeongchang Games and the 2017 U. World Championships, which ended in a draw.