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His 76-67 - 143 total put him in the clubhouse lead until Jordan Ediger of Earl Grey forced a playoff following rounds of 72 and 71.
Kallis made an eight-foot putt for birdie on the first extra hole to claim his first Junior Masters Title.
"'I can't wait to come back again next year," stated Kallis following his victory. "Is the tournament going to be here again, because it's a really good course for the event."
Competing in the 16 year old division, Kallis still has two years of eligibility remaining.
Ediger won the 18-year-old division, while Craig Bloom of Carnmoney won the 17-year-old division and Mac Keats of Bearspaw won the 15-year-old and under flight.
In the Girls Division, Kaitlin Allan from the Royal Mayfair in Edmonton looked as though she was running away with the title early on in the tournament sitting eight shots ahead of eventual runner-up Jocelyn Alford from Earl Grey in Calgary on the 18th tee.
"Don't make an 11 on the 36th hole," was her advice to her peers, as she finished the tournament with rounds of 73 and 80. Despite that one bad hole, Allan claimed her first Junior Masters Title.
Allan's steady play included a 1-under par back nine during Round One on the South Nine at Wolf Creek as she won the 17- and 18-year-old flight, with Jennifer MacKinnon of Willow Park winning the 15- and 16-year-old division.
The PGA of Alberta Junior Masters is a 36-Hole invitational Junior Golf Tournament organized each year by the Professional Golfers' Association 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 the Wolf Creek Golf Resort.
For complete results in each division visit www.pgaofalberta.com .