New Adjustment to Junior America’s Cup Policy

“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.” The definition of Matriculated is:   ” to be enrolled in a college or university as a candidate for a degree and actively pursuing course work”.

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Guadalajara Country Club, A.C. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico Hosted by the Federación Mexicana de Golf, A.C. July 24-29, 2016

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Hotel RIU Sede

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#JAC2015 VIDEO! Revisit the 43rd Annual Junior America’s Cup!

Go back and relive some highlights from the #JAC2015.

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WINS 43RD ANNUAL JUNIOR AMERICA’S CUP AT PINE CANYON CLUB

Team of Sam Choi (medalist), Chase Furey, Justin Kim and Joseph Chun prevails by 13 strokes FLAGSTAFF, Arizona — The team from Southern California took top honors at the 43rd-annual Junior America’s Cup held in Flagstaff, Arizona at Pine Canyon Club, July 28-30. The team – made up of Sam Choi of Cerritos, Chase Furey of Newport Beach, Justin Kim of Fullerton and Joseph Chun of Irvine – finished at 25-under par for the tournament, a whopping 13 strokes clear of the second-place team from Wyoming and 17 strokes ahead of the third-place team from Colorado. “Congratulations to the team from Southern California. They certainly deserved to win,” said Scott McNevin, Executive Director of the Junior Golf Association of Arizona, host of the event. “I’d also like to recognize Wyoming for their great play, as well as Pine Canyon Club and all the other sponsors for their generous support.” The 54-hole event featured 18 teams made up of the top four boys representing 12 Western States, Mexico and Canada. The best three scores each day were added together to established the team score. Southern California finished the first round in fourth place at seven-under par, three strokes off the pace. They caught fire in the second round, posting a 13-under-par performance to move into the lead by 11 strokes. Team Southern California then cruised to the finish line with a five-under-par final round (623 total strokes). In addition to the team competition, Sam Choi drained a lengthy putt on the final hole to win the Sally Pini Award, as the tournament medalist, by two shots (68-67-69-204). Click here for final...

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