Junior Golf News | Oregon Golf Association
01/14/19 —
The Oregon Golf Association, in partnership with the Oregon PGA, will host the fourth-annual Junior Golf Club Swap on Saturday, March 9 at Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland (*** new event location in 2019). The Junior Golf Club Swap allows youth golfers to exchange old clubs for new ones at little or no cost, and is open to players of all skill levels ages 18 and under. Youth in attendance will have access to free range balls, putting green games, inflatable targets, individual tips from PGA pros and much more. The giant, inflatable Golfzilla will be making a special appearance as well...
11/21/18 —
A look back at the top competitions and individual performers in 2018. Included in this summary are messages from the new OJG Leadership, the players of the year, highlights from the 50th Eddie Hogan Cup and more.
10/03/18 —
LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. (Oct. 3, 2018) – Aligning with ongoing initiatives to expand its support of junior golf, the United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced that the field size for the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship will increase from 156 players to 264, beginning with the 2020 championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn. (July 20-25). Chaska Town Course will serve as the stroke play co-host course, as it did for the 2006 U.S. Amateur Championship at Hazeltine National. “Increasing the U.S. Junior Amateur field to 264 players gives an additional 108 deserving...
09/18/18 —
WOODBURN, Ore. – Nate Stember (Portland, Ore.) and Victoria Gailey (Tigard, Ore.) have been named the 2018 Oregon Junior Golf Players of the Year, announced this past weekend by Oregon Junior Golf and the Oregon Golf Association. The announcement was made at the 2018 Oregon Junior Golf Tournament of Major Champions, held Saturday, Sept. 15 at the OGA Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore. Stember, 17, had a remarkable summer season, compiling three Oregon Junior Golf victories, qualifying for a national championship, and winning a regional competition including some of the best junior golfers from the...
09/18/18 —
The 2018-19 Winter Series schedule is available and registration opens on Wednesday, Sept. 19. OJG Winter Series offers a mix of individual stroke play and stableford points competitions, as well as offering a team event in the form of an adult/child outing. 2018-19 OJG Winter Series Webpage Online Event Registration All entries include golf, range, and lunch for all players with the exception of Bandon Dunes Resort. Food is not included at Bandon Dunes and requires a separate registration process. All 18-hole Divisions: $45 (OJG Member) / $65 (Non-Member) All 9-hole Divisions: $25 (OJG...
08/21/18 —
THE DALLES, Ore. – Thank you to Head PGA Professional Amy Wilson for hosting the Erling Jacobsen Tour at The Dalles Country Club. Photo Album Twenty-five juniors showed up to play nine holes of golf and enjoy the other festivities at hand. Before the round, youth golfers were put to the test with a putting course and target practice (Golfzilla!!!). Following the round, each golfer received a medal, a custom EJ Tour t-shirt, tee prize, and lunch from Lilo’s Hawaiian BBQ. The Erling Jacobsen Tour is a series of non-competitive golf tournaments that is meant to provide a relaxing and stress free...
08/17/18 —
Founded in 1972, the Cambia Portland Classic is the oldest continuous event on the LPGA Tour. OGA Members once again will have the opportunity to get inside the ropes to see the greatest players in the world compete at Columbia Edgewater Country Club. There are two ways to sign up: Click Here to Email Your RSVP to Oregon Junior Golf Click Here to Sign Up With Your Golf Genius Profile The event is seeking standard bearers for the morning and afternoon of Aug. 30 – Sept. 2. All standard bearers must be able to physically hold a sign and walk with their group for the entire 18 holes. Junior...
08/12/18 —
PORTLAND, Ore. – The team representing the Junior Golf Association of Arizona won the 50th Hogan Cup on Sunday, its first title in 32 years after the event concluded at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. The championship was held August 11-12, 2018. Nate Stember (Portland, Ore.), representing Team Oregon #1, earned the individual title by one shot. Complete Scores Coverage – 50th Hogan Cup Team Matches Arizona entered play on Sunday in second place, one shot behind first-round leaders San Diego. Riverside G&CC was playing noticeably tougher on Sunday, with many teams...
08/11/18 —
PORTLAND, Ore. – The team representing the San Diego Junior Golf Association leads the 50th Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches after the first day of play took place on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. Complete Coverage – 50th Hogan Cup San Diego sits at 3-under par for a team, firing a total of 213 on Saturday. The squad was led by Caden Fioroni, who also leads individually, after the 16-year-old shot an unbelievable round of 66 (-6). The San Diego native compiled five birdies and an eagle during his round on Saturday, only bogeying one hole. Enrique Rodeo...
08/09/18 —
PORTLAND, Ore. – Forty-eight of the most talented junior golfers from the Western United States and Canada are gathering for the 50th playing of the Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches, taking place August 11-12, 2018 at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. The Hogan Cup 36-hole team matches – held annually at Riverside G&CC – feature four-person teams of junior golfers from eight states and British Columbia, with a total of 12 teams competing. In the team format, the three lowest scores each day determine the team total. Medals are awarded to the top three teams and individuals...
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