The Boys Junior America’s Cup and Girls Junior America’s Cup have announced their adjusted future schedules for the next 18 years. Due to the pandemic and the 2020 events being canceled, future host sites have shifted for both the boys and girls championships.
For the first time in over 20 years the Junior America’s Cup has named two teams as Co-Champions of the event with the teams representing Utah and San Diego matching first place scores of 4-over-par at the end of the 54-hole competition. Heavy wind and cooler temperatures were part of the story during Thursday’s final round with gusts of up to 25 miles per hour pounding the Blackhawk golf course in southwest Edmonton over the course of the day.
The second round of the 47th Annual Junior America’s Cup, hosted by the Canadian Junior Golf Association and Blackhawk Golf Club, is in the books as San Diego built on their 1st round lead during a cloudy and breezy day, shooting a 2-under par team total of 211, for a two day total of 416. Tied for 2nd place is Southern California and Oregon.
The first round of the 47th Annual Junior America’s Cup, hosted by the Alberta/ Canadian Junior Golf Association, is in the books with the team from San Diego represented by Caden Fioroni, Jackson Moss, Chris Wardrup and Jonas Apple jumping out to an early 2 stroke lead at Blackhawk Golf Club over team Southern California.
The 47th annual Junior America’s Cup is set to take flight this week at Blackhawk Golf Club in Edmonton, Alberta. A field of 72 players from 18 teams representing 12 U.S. States, two Canadian Provinces and Mexico will take to the course at 7:30 am MT on Tuesday in what will be the third time the international competition has been hosted in the province of Alberta.
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.
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.