(front row) - Eryn Blakeley, Xzavier Wiggins, Dominic Jordan, Quinton Heljenek, Emily Odwin and Oaziah Layne. (missing is Leiann Bynoe)
They include Jada Jones and Leiann Bynoe, who will play in the girls' 16-17 division, and boys Quinton Heljenek and Dominic Jordan in the boys' 11-13 division.
Other members of the 13-member team have all represented the island before in various Caribbean tournaments and will be looking to perform well at home in the three-day tournament.
Team captain Joshua Jones Jones said leading the team will be a new experience for him but he is hoping that playing on a course they know well will help them to stave off some stern competition expected from players from eight other Caribbean territories.
“ It is going to be a tough tournament but hopefully we can win. We are playing at home so most of the players know the course holes and we have been preparing ... so hopefully we do well,” Jones said.
Players from Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands , Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas, the USVI , Turks & Caicos and host country Barbados are contesting the championships over 54 holes.
The official opening ceremony and flag-raising event was scheduled for Monday afternoon at the Barbados Beach Club, the hosting hotel for players.
The Barbados Team for the 2016 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships include : Emily Odwin and Eryn Blakeley (Girls 11-13); Alyssa Inniss-Gittens (14-15); Jada Jones and Leiann Bynoe (16-17).
Boys: Quinton Heljenek and Dominic Jordan (11-13); Iz Hustler, Xzavier Wiggins and Oaziah Layne (14-15); Joshua Jones (captain), Chris Cobley and Christian Mason (16-17).
Scores and tee times here >>>