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CJGA Announces The Great Waterway Junior Series

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 May 2013 02:46 Thursday, 09 May 2013 02:38

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RICHMOND HILL, Ontario -- The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is pleased to announce the inaugural Great Waterway Junior Series.

Spanning across Eastern Canada, this five-event series will act as a conduit to The Great Waterway Classic, a PGA TOUR Canada event. As host organization for The Great Waterway Classic, the CJGA is extending a possible four exemptions to CJGA members through the junior series.

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Alberta PGA Intent On Bringing Youth Into The Game

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 March 2013 08:41 Tuesday, 12 March 2013 08:23

 

by Gord Montgomery
 
altRealizing that youth is the future of their game is one thing for golf’s professional staff. Having those same youth become part of the game is quite another.
 
Because of that, the Alberta PGA and its member clubs are striving to bring more kids on-stream with the game of a lifetime, by giving them access to opportunities anywhere and everywhere.
 
Included in that was the putting zone set up for kids at the recent Alberta Golf Show in Edmonton, which was run by club pros.

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Despite Downturn In Numbers, Junior Tour Still Popular

Last Updated on Monday, 10 September 2012 00:07 Sunday, 09 September 2012 23:42

 by Gord Montgomery

 

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In one of those peculiarities in life, if the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Golf Tour were a player in its own entity it would be nearing the end of its life span.
 
As it is however, the series of golf tournaments for youngsters in Alberta is only getting better, even after 17 years.

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Former LPGA Tour Player Says Lots Of Room In The Game For Girls

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 August 2012 14:24 Sunday, 12 August 2012 13:53

 by Gord Montgomery

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It’s up to women professional golfers to fix what ails the game in this day and age.

The fact there aren’t a lot of young women playing the game is nothing new but the fact that it’s up to those in the upper echelons to help change the face of the game is perhaps an idea that hasn’t really been bandied about before – at least until recently.
 
Laura Witvoet, the director of instruction at Alberta’s famed Wolf Creek GC, said in a recent interview with Inside Golf that the ladies at the top best be paying attention to the youth below them in order to help their livelihood thrive and yes, even survive.

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Juniors Can Earn Way Into Canadian Tour Event

Last Updated on Friday, 08 June 2012 03:54 Friday, 08 June 2012 03:34

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New partnership will offer one Junior exemption into Canadian Tour’s ATB Financial Classic...

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