The Canadian Junior Golf Association and the Junior America’s Cup Executive committee announced today that the Blackhawk Golf Club in Edmonton, Alberta will be the host venue for the 2019 Junior America’s Cup.
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Team Colorado won the 46th Annual Junior America’s Cup being held at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Golf Course, hosted by the Montana State Golf Association. Colorado, represented by Dillon Stewart, Cal McCoy, Davis Bryant and Walker Franklin, shot a final round team score of 7-under par 209 to finish the Championship at 26-under par overall as a team (622).
Through two rounds of play at the Fairmont Hot Spring Golf Course team Mexico 1 maintains a two stroke lead heading into the final round of competition on Thursday. Alejandro Madariaga continued his solid play for Mexico in round 2, firing a seven-under-par (65) in round two to go with his 68 from round one.
The first round of the 46th Annual Junior America’s Cup, hosted by the Montana State Golf Association is, in the books with the team from Mexico represented by Mauricio Figueroa, Alejandro Gutierrez, Alejandro Madariaga and Gabriel Ruiz jumping out to an early 3 stroke lead at the Fairmont Hot Springs Montana Resort.
The 46th Annual Junior America’s Cup will get started on Tuesday, July 22nd at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Golf Course, in Anaconda, Montana. Hosted by the Montana State Golf Association, the event is one of the more prestigious junior tournaments played in the United States each summer.
The Junior America’s Cup is mourning the passing of Harry White, the longtime British Columbia Junior America’s Cup team captain, and the founder of the Junior Linkster Golf Tour in B.C. White died on January 2nd in Vancouver following a lengthy illness, he was 72.
The Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Golf Course in Anaconda, Montana is set to host the 46th Annual Junior America’s Cup from July 22-26, 2018. The Junior America’s Cup features 18-teams of four boys representing the State, Province, or Country.
The Home Course in DuPont, Wash. is set to host the 45th Annual Junior America’s Cup from July 23-27, 2017. The Junior America’s Cup features 18-teams of four boys representing the State, Province, or Country.
Eligible to players who have not reached their 19th birthday by the final day of the tournament and are not matriculated in a college or university. The residency requirement of the player is at the discretion of the team invited as long as the player is a citizen of the Country/Province represented.”