Preview – 2021 Junior America’s Cup in Wyoming
The Wyoming State Golf Association and the Junior America’s Cup Executive committee have announced that Powder Horn Golf Club in Sheridan, Wyoming, will be the host venue for the 2021 Junior America’s Cup.
The 2021 competition will mark the 49th anniversary of the Junior America’s Cup championship and the second time it will be held in Wyoming. The event will take place from July 25 – 29, 2021. The previous time the event was hosted in Wyoming was 2005 which also at Powder Horn Golf Club. The teams from Oregon and Washington were co-champions that year. Team Washington featured PGA Tour Player Joel Dahmen, who was also the low individual at the event with scores of 70-67-67= 223. Another PGA Tour player who participated that year was Tony Finau who was on team Utah.
In a glorious valley facing the Big Horn Mountains near Sheridan, Wyoming, the Powder Horn is a fun, family-friendly, social golf club and community on over 900 acres in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The Powder Horn Golf Club is proudly managed by Troon Privé, the world’s leader in private upscale club management. With a 27-hole golf course, swimming pools, tennis courts, walking trails, fishing ponds, and a beautiful clubhouse, it’s easy to see why so many choose to call The Powder Horn home.
“We are thrilled to be able to host the Junior America’s Cup this summer. The opportunity to host such a prestigious event only comes around once every 18 years, and we couldn’t be more excited to showcase the beautiful Powder Horn and Sheridan, Wyoming to the elite field of international junior golfers” said Matt Ebzery, Tournament Chairman/ Director and longtime Wyoming captain.
In hosting the 2021 competition, Powder Horn Golf Club will join a list of other prestigious venues to play host to the Junior America’s Cup that includes the likes of Pebble Beach (California), Sahalee (Washington), Wailalae (Hawaii) and Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club (British Columbia). Each of these venues, among others have played host to the elite competition over the past 48 years which has featured some of the most notable names in the professional game today taking part.