National Event

***The Junior Skills Challenge National Event will only proceed with the authorization of local and provincial health authorities***



NATIONAL EVENT OVERVIEW

The Junior Skills Challenge National Event is comprised of participants that achieved the highest scores nationally on the National Leaderboard, in four different age and gender categories. The 2021 National Event will take place on August 28 & 29 at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley. For more information on how you can qualify, please click here.

ELIGIBILITY

On Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 12:00pm ET, Golf Canada will select the top four (4) ranked players in each age and gender category and invite them to compete in the 2021 Junior Skills Challenge National Event. The National Event is hosted by Golf Canada.

EVENT DATE

August 28 & 29, 2021

EVENT LOCATION 

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley
Caledon, Ontario

AGE CLASSIFICATIONS

The top ranked players nationally will be determined in each of the identified age classifications below:
  • Girls 8 and under 
  • Boys 8 and under 
  • Girls 9 to 11 
  • Boys 9 to 11 
  • Girls 12 to 14 
  • Boys 12 to 14 
  • Girls 15 to 18
  • Boys 15 to 18 

*the age classifications are based upon the participants' age as of August 29th, 2021
**All ties are calculated using an automatic formula built into the National Leaderboard. Ranking is determined by total score, then eliminating driving and then chipping. 

CONTACT

Nathalie Mihalek
Coordinator, Grow the Game
nmihalek@golfcanada.ca

TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS

Please note that each participant is responsible for booking their own travel and accommodations. A travel subsidy of up to $500 will be provided for each participant. Participants will be asked to submit an expense report and receipts to receive this subsidy.

LOCAL RULES

Participants are welcome to use their own golf ball during the competition.

DRESS CODE

Junior Skills Challenge is proud to partner with Cobra-Puma Golf to provide PUMA uniforms to all participants for the Junior Skills Challenge National Event!

CODE OF CONDUCT

All participants are expected to abide by the Golf Canada Player Code of Conduct. Violations of the Code of Conduct will be dealt with based on the severity of the misconduct. The Code of Conduct is available on the Golf Canada website (click here to view).

NO SHOW POLICY 

The National Event has a set number of qualifiers - it is important that registered and accepted individuals participate in the event. If you find you cannot compete in the event, you must officially withdraw by contacting Golf Canada at juniorskillschallenge@golfcanada.ca. This allows Golf Canada to replace participants with an alternate. If you cannot compete and do not officially withdraw, you may be subject to DISQUALIFICATION from future Golf Canada and provincial competitions. 

PAST RESULTS

Click here for 2019 Junior Skills Challenge National Event results.

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