Junior Masters

Junior Masters

About the Junior Masters...      

The Play Golf Alberta Junior Masters presented by Sundog Eyewear and TourTee is a 36-Hole invitational Junior Golf Tournament organized each year by the PGA of Alberta. The Junior Masters exists to provide the top 40 boys and top 20 girls in the province with a highly competitive and affordable golf experience through its partnership with  Wolf Creek GR. Celebrating its 32nd year in 2022, this event is initiated to provide elite level competition to a limited field of Alberta’s top junior golfers.


             

 

2022 Junior Masters Date - May 19 & 20, 2022

Click Here for 2021 Event Results
  
  
Title Sponsor


Play Golf Alberta





 

Presenting Sponsor

 


 


Sundog Eyewear / Tour Tee





 

Details for the 2022 Junior Masters invitation will be released in the new year. Please see the invitation criteria for the 2021 Junior Masters below.


This is an INVITE ONLY event. For 2021, players qualify for the Junior Masters in the 18 & Under, 16 & Under, and 14 & Under Divisions based on their previous year’s position (total points accumulated) on the Alberta Maple Leaf Junior Tour (MJT) Order of Merit (OOM).

*PLEASE NOTE:  The 14 & Under Division will play from a reduced yardage than the 16 and 18 & Under Divisions and will not be eligible to win the overall title. This is to ensure the course is setup competitively for players*.

Invitations for this year’s Junior Masters will be sent in March to all players in the province that qualify. The field will consist of approximately 10-15 boys in each age division with a maximum field of 40 boys, and approximately 5-10 girls in each age division with a maximum field of 20 girls.

Click Here for the 2020 MJT OOM Rankings

PAST BOYS CHAMPIONS

1995 - Neil Isbister, Highlands GC

1996 - Danny Sahl, Coloniale GC

1997 - Adam Telenko, Glendale G&CC

1998 - Reeve Krikke, Land-O-Lakes G&CC

1999 - Mike Mezei, Lethbridge CC

2000 - Anton Raubenheimer, Smoky Lake GC

2001 - Todd Halpen, Willow Park G&CC

2002 - Ryan Lecuyer, Windermere G&CC

2003 - Blaine Kruger, Lac La Biche GC

2004 - Jesse Galvon, Heritage Pointe GC

2005 - Mitchell Fox, Highwood GC

2006 - Brad Thompson, Willow Park G&CC

2007 - Kenny Gregor, Valley Ridge GC

2008 - Carson Kallis, Red Deer G&CC

2009 - Zak Griffiths, Riverbend GC

2010 - Dillon Batsel, Connaught GC

2011 - Tyler Saunders, Glendale G&CC

2012 - Tyler Saunders, Glendale G&CC

2013 - Matt Codd, Red Deer G&CC

2014 - Tyler Saunders, Glendale G&CC

2015 - Patrick Murphy, Glencoe G&CC

2016 - Max Sekulic, Grande Prairie G&CC

2017 - Carter Graf, Red Deer G&CC

2018 - Ethan Choi, Pincher Creek GC

2019 - Ethan Choi, Pincher Creek GC

2020 - Carter Code, Glencoe G&CC

2021 - Zachary Haydamack, Mickelson National GC

PAST GIRLS CHAMPIONS

1995 - Kim Mastre, Cottonwood G&CC

1996 - Susan Lippitt, Glencoe G&CC

1997 - Jil Swenson, Belvedere G&CC

1998 - Jill MacDonald, Glencoe G&CC

1999 - Jill MacDonald, Glencoe G&CC

2000 - Claire Stephanson, Windermere G&CC

2001 - Adrienne White, Red Deer G&CC

2002 - Adrienne White, Red Deer G&CC

2003 - Susan Lam, River Ridge G&CC

2004 - Whitney Cox, Windermere G&CC

2005 - Kali Gordon, Turner Valley GC

2006 - Juanita Rico, Cottonwood G&CC

2007 - Jennifer Ha, Glencoe G&CC

2008 - Kaitlin Allan, Royal Mayfair GC

2009 - Jennifer Ha, Glencoe G&CC

2010 - Sydney MacDonald, Earl Grey GC

2011 - Jennifer Ha, Glencoe G&CC

2012 - Sabrine Garrison, Country Hills GC

2013 - Sabrine Garrison, Country Hills GC

2014 - Bria Jansen, River Spirit GC

2015 - Kenna Hughes, Willow Park G&CC

2016 - Annabelle Ackroyd, Silver Springs G&CC

2017 - Kehler Koss, Glencoe G&CC

2018 - Taylor Stone, Pinebrook G&CC

2019 - Grace Bell, Glencoe G&CC

2020 - Jenna Bruggeman, The Derrick G&WC

2021 - Jayla Kucy, Camrose GC

2021 Junior Masters Girls’ Champion

Jayla Kucy (Camrose GC) with PGA of Alberta Head Professional Aaron Miller

2021 Junior Masters Girls’ Champion
2021 Junior Masters Boys’ Champion

2021 Junior Masters Boys’ Champion

Zachary Haydamack (Mickelson National GC) with PGA of Alberta Head Professional Aaron Miller