The annual Corporate Tournament, hosted by the Barbados Golf Association (BGA) , will be a Stableford team-competition, featuring a shotgun start at 1pm.
BGA President Cally Boyea said they are hoping to have at least 15 four-ball teams in competition and urged businesses and lovers of golf to support the event , from which proceeds will be used to assist the island's junior golfers.
Business houses and other corporate entities are being encouraged to sponsor four-member teams in the tournament.
Last year the BGA sent a six-member team to the Championships in Puerto Rico but President Boyea said they were intent on dispatching a full team, to play in all age-groups this year, so as to allow the juniors greater exposure as part of the BGA's development programme.
The squad named by the BGA , which will be coached by Bobby Edghill and managed by Richard Proverbs, includes three junior girls who are all making their debut in regional competition. They are Emily Odwin (11-13 years division), Eryn Blakeley (11-13) and Alyssa Inniss-Gittens (14-15)
The boys have all represented the country before and are favoured to show improved performances in competition against the Caribbean's leading juniors.
Male members of the Barbados team are Xzavier Wiggins (11-13), Oaziah Layne (11-13), Iz Hustler (14-15), Christian Mason (4-15), Spencer Smith (16-17), Joshua Jones (16-17) and Christopher Cobley (16-17).
Hustler and Wiggins, two of the island's most promising juniors, copped second and third places among some of the region's best players during a Caribbean Junior Open in Trinidad in April.
Puerto Rico are defending the overall team title in the Caribbean Junior Golf Championships.
By Bernard Babb