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Restructured Age Divisions, Increased Event Opportunities & PGA TOUR Player Partnership Headline 2016 Season
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario — The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is pleased to announce the release of the 2016 national tournament schedule. Heading into the association's 24th year of operation, the CJGA will provide unmatched opportunities for junior golfers aged 5-19 right across Canada with 107 domestic events on the national schedule.
The CJGA Junior Tour (boys & girls aged 11-19) will have 58 events across Canada to participate in while the CJGA Linkster Tour (boys & girls aged 5-14) will have 47 events in five different provinces. Complimentary golf clinics will once again take place at each CJGA stop as part of the Freedom 55 Financial Clinics for Kids program, supported by the CJGA's National Partner, Freedom 55 Financial.
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RICHMOND HILL, Ontario (Golf Canada with files from the Canadian Junior Golf Association) — The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) announced it will be restructuring its age divisions effective January 1, 2016. After careful consideration and a thorough review of the changing junior golf landscape in Canada, the decision comes in an effort to align with the Long Term Player Development (LTPD) Guide developed by Golf Canada and PGA of Canada.
“As a stakeholder in the development of junior golf in Canada, we felt it was important to align ourselves closer with the LTPD Guide and Junior Competitive Pathway,” said John Lawrence, CJGA Managing Director of Tour Operations. “We believe this restructure will satisfy the current LTPD model and we will continue to integrate the information conveyed in the LTPD 2.0 into our programs.”
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