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Zhang, 11, fires six birdies to win MJT Mini Tour title at Tsawwassen Springs

Tsawwassen, BC – (July 17, 2020) – The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s Mini Tour was back at it in BC after a stop in Cultus Lake five days prior, making its way to Tsawwassen for the MJT Mini Tour at Tsawwassen Springs on July 16. Junior golfers between the ages of 6 and 12 competed for titles in six divisions and players got the opportunity to compete for spots in the coveted MJT Mini Tour National Championship that will take place back at Tsawwassen Springs on August 20 and 21.

Brilliant 10-under-par wins low overall in MJT’s Ford Series-PGA of Alberta Junior Championship

Calgary, AB – (July 16, 2020) - Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour swung into Calgary, AB, from July 13 through 15, to host its first three-day World Amateur Golf Ranking event since suspending its season in March. Continuing to follow new player health and safety protocols, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour hosted the MJT Ford Series / PGA of Alberta Junior Championship at McKenzie Meadows Golf Club where some of the best junior golfers in the region competed for titles in six divisions as well as valuable bonus order of merit points. Players could also win a new Ford vehicle courtesy of Woodridge Ford in a Hole-in-One contest, and Brae Rogalczyk, 12, of Innisfail, lipped out on this amazing chance.

Great turnout on MJT Mini Tour at Turnberry

Brampton, ON - (July 16, 2020) – The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour held a MJT Mini Tour stop in Brampton, Ontario, on July 15, where young golfers aged 12 and under played in the MJT Mini Tour at Turnberry Golf Club. The full field competed for titles in six divisions under new player health and safety protocols.

MJT TaylorMade Golf Junior Champions crowned at Tangle Creek

Thornton, ON – (July 15, 2020) - The MJT TaylorMade Junior Championship at Tangle Creek Golf Club in Thornton, Ontario, showcased some of the best junior talent from across the province this past Monday and Tuesday, where the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour hosted a full field event for juniors on July 13 and 14. This event marked the first of two major events in Ontario on the national four-event TaylorMade Series, as TaylorMade Golf is a strong supporter of junior golf in Canada and a Premier Partner of the MJT. There were exciting finishes across the board in all six divisions, operating under new player health and safety protocols, and qualifying opportunities into both the Golf Ontario Junior Championships and the MJT National Championship presented by TaylorMade and adidas Golf at Morgan Creek Golf Club, BC, this October.

An eagle, many birdies lead to victory for Arnold and Park on MJT Mini Tour at Blue Devil

Calgary, AB – (July 13, 2020) - The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour continued its 2020 Alberta Mini Tour circuit in Calgary on July 12, where junior golfers aged 12 and under from all across Alberta competed for titles in six divisions in the MJT Mini Tour At Blue Devil Golf Club. What started out as a beautifully sunny day turned into a battle against the conditions in the 18-hole event, with players facing gusting winds and cold temperatures towards the end of their rounds.

Li wins playoff in MJT Mini Tour at Cultus Lake

Cultus Lake, BC – (July 13, 2020) - The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour, continuing with its new player health and safety protocols, rolled into beautiful Cultus Lake, BC, on July 12, to host the MJT Mini Tour at Cultus Lake Golf Club.

West and Tunall’s seven birdies snag titles at MJT’s Tor Hill stop

Regina, SK – (July 8, 2020) - Continuing with new policies for player health and safety protocols, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour held its second event of the 2020 Saskatchewan season in the province’s capital city of Regina, where junior golfers competed for titles in six divisions at the MJT- Golf Saskatchewan Order of Merit Series at Tor Hill Golf Club held on July 6 and 7.

Hachey’s playoff birdie leads to victory on the MJT Mini Tour at Musqueam

Vancouver, BC – (July 7, 2020) – Playing out in beautiful sunshine and mild temperatures, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s MJT Mini Tour at Musqueam Golf Course ran on July 6 in Vancouver, BC, where a wait-listed field of 12U players competed in five divisions on Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour under strict new protocols.

Choi low overall with 70, 71 at windswept MJT Alberta Series presented by SAIT Trojans Athletics

Lethbridge, AB – (July 3, 2020) - With the country celebrating its 153rd birthday on July 1, Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour hosted a full field of talented junior golfers in Lethbridge at the MJT Alberta Series presented by SAIT Trojans Athletics at Paradise Canyon Golf Resort. The two-day event finished July 2nd and ran under revised health and safety guidelines as well as tough weather conditions, as players battled winds gusting up to 60km/h and heavy rain.

Fiks and Ross tie for low overall, three in playoff, at MJT Manitoba opener in Selkirk

Selkirk, MB – (July 1, 2020) - The two-day MJT Manitoba Series at Selkirk Golf and Country Club in Selkirk, June 29 and 30, heralded a new look for the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour in the province, which had players following strict health and safety protocols, with no gatherings. A full field of junior golfers from across Manitoba competed for titles in six divisions on Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour, and fine play unfolded with some astonishing finishes, including a playoff between three boys in the Bantam division.

Bulau’s and Chi’s five birdies highlight MJT Clublink Series at Georgetown Golf Club

Georgetown, ON -  (June 30, 2020) - With new measures in place, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour commenced its 2020 Ontario circuit June 28 and 29 in Georgetown, ON, where a full field of players competed for six division titles in the MJT Clublink Series at Georgetown Golf Club. The two-day event heralded a new look for Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour, which had players following strict health and safety protocols, with no gatherings.

Six titles awarded on MJT Mini Tour at Victoria Park Valley Golf Club

Puslinch, ON – (June 29, 2020) - Canada’s number played junior golf tour opened its Mini Tour season in Ontario on Sunday, June 28, where golfers aged 12 and under competed for titles in six divisions at the one-day MJT Mini Tour at Victoria Park Valley Golf Club in Puslinch. With new health and safety procedures in place, participants played 18 holes in fantastic sunshine, making for a fun, successful, and safe start to the season.

Spectacular finishes highlight MJT’s Elmwood stop - Danielson, Grieve eagle final holes to win, Nagy’s late birdie secures win

 

Swift Current, SK – (June 29, 2020) - After a much anticipated wait and following strict new MJT policies and procedures to ensure the health and safety of everyone participating, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour opened its 22nd season on June 27 and 28 in Swift Current, SK. Rain and wind during the first round was banished by sunshine and fantastic scoring conditions on day two in the MJT / Golf Saskatchewan Order of Merit Series at Elmwood Golf and Country Club. Players competed for titles in six divisions and the event witnessed many spectacular finishes down to the final hole, marking a thrilling opening event on the MJT Saskatchewan circuit.

 

Wait-listed field on MJT Mini Tour battle weather at Elmwood Golf Club

Swift Current, SK – (June 28, 2020) - With the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour slowly beginning its revamped season across Canada, the MJT Mini Tour made its first Saskatchewan stop on Saturday, June 27, in Swift Current, where junior golfers aged 12 and under dealt with rain and wind during the one-day stop at Elmwood Golf and Country Club. Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour has seen many changes since re-starting its season on the west coast last week, and the Saskatchewan players got to see first-hand the new MJT health and safety protocols.

Rody takes Low Overall in MJT’s opening stop in Alberta at Carstairs GC

Carstairs, AB – (June 23, 2020) - After a long-anticipated wait, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour launched its condensed 2020 Alberta circuit with a two-day event on June 21 and 22 in Carstairs. With new, revised procedures in place to maintain player health and safety, elite junior golfers competed in the MJT Alberta Season Opener at Carstairs Golf Community Golf Club.

Playoff ignites first MJT BC Mini Tour stop at Greenacres Golf Course

Richmond, BC – (June 23, 2020) - Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour, opened its 2020 Mini Tour season in Richmond, BC, on June 22, where young athletes between the ages of six and 12 participated in the MJT Mini Tour at Greenacres Golf Course. With great anticipation for the return to competition, the MJT Mini Tour witnessed a new look which included revised health protocols, keeping the event safe for all participants.

Bjornson’s 64 and Humphrey’s 67 catapult them to victory on MJT at Ledgeview

Abbotsford, BC – (June 22, 2020) - After ceasing competition for three months, the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour restarted its season over the June 20 and 21 weekend in Abbotsford, BC. With new, revised procedures in place to maintain player health and safety, elite junior golfers competed in the MJT BC Series at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club. The two-day event heralded a new look for Canada’s number-one played junior golf tour, which had players following strict health and safety protocols, with no gatherings.

Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour partners with Pin Caddy to help facilitate safe competitive Golf in Canada

Kitchener, ON – (May 28, 2020) – The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour (MJT), Canada’s number one-played Junior Golf Tour, is pleased to announce a brand new partnership with Pin Caddy, the safest and easiest way to retrieve your golf ball from the hole while maintaining the integrity of competitive golf.  

OPERATIONAL CHANGES EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY – RE: COVID-19

Subject to the prevailing guidelines, the following safety policies and procedures have been implemented during this time to best protect the health of everyone participating in an MJT event this season.

Please note, if you choose to play any MJT tournaments, you do so entirely at your own risk and will not hold the MJT responsible for any damages. By registering and playing any MJT event, you acknowledge you have agreed to all policies and procedures as fully outlined on the MJT website under About/Policies and Procedures.

2020 MJT Season Update, R&A Rules Education Opportunity & Free Webinars

The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour hopes everyone is okay during these uncertain times.  We continue to monitor the situation closely, in the best interests of the health and safety of our members and their families. Please see updates below: