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Canada's most-played Junior Golf Tour

Canada's most-played Junior Golf Tour

The Road to College Golf, run exclusively by PGA Professionals

Press Release

May 14-15, 2022
Red Deer County, AB

Scorching scores and playoff among 119 juniors at MJT Edge School Spring Classic in Red Deer

Tournament Highlights:
Top Finishers by Division
MJT Girls U15: Par 72, Ydg 5800, Slope/Rating 133/72.7
1     Eileen Park                 Red Deer, AB                                         F      12      74, 71        145      
2     Olivia Johnson            Calgary, AB                                            F      13      82, 75        157      
3     Saylar May                 Rocky Mountain House , AB                  F      13      84, 81        165      
Winner Quote: Eileen Park, 12, of Red Deer, AB: “It feels great to to win again. I knew I was going to win after day one with my score, and how confident I have been feeling about my preparation for this season. Highlight of the tournament for me this weekend was making seven birdies on the second day! The best part of my game this weekend was my driver.”
MJT Girls 15-19: Par 72, Ydg 5800, Slope/Rating 133/72.7
1       Rosie Bee Kim                       Edmonton, AB                  F       14        72, 67           139        
2       Jayla Kucy                             Camrose, AB                     F       16        79, 78           157        
2       Sydney Bisgrove                    Calgary, AB                       F       15        77, 80           157        
Winner Quote: Rosie Bee Kim, 14, of Edmonton, AB: “I had a five shot lead going into the second day, so I was already aware that the odds are in my favour. I tried to continue playing yesterday's consistent golf without setting too many expectations. Holing my bunker shot for an eagle on the sixth hole was a confidence boost for sure, and it kept on going low from there. It feels great to secure the win, especially in my first MJT tournament! Honestly what I found the most enjoyable out of the two days where the laughs that it got to share with my friends. There was a great balance between getting in the zone to play some good golf and just joking around with people. I'm a consistent player above all and I have the ability to stay calm under pressure these attributes definitely worked to my advantage over the weekend, especially in the second round, knocking my approach shots close also provide me with a lot of opportunities for birdies.
MJT Peewee Boys: River Bend: Par 72, Ydg 5325, Slope/Rating 113/67.7 72, Ydg 5831,
1      Bennett Love                         Red Deer, AB                   M       11       79, 72             151       
2      Jacob Natomagan                 Sylvan Lake, AB                M       11       84, 83             167       
3      Kail Prefontaine                    Calgary, AB                      M       12       104, 91          195       
Winner Quote: Bennett Love, 11, of Red Deer, AB: “It feels great to win, I’m happy with my scores and I realized on about 15 that I was securing the win. It was nice to shoot a 72 on the second day too! My irons helped me the best this weekend.”
MJT Bantam Boys: River Bend: Par 72, Ydg 5800, Slope/Rating 113/67.7
1      Tyler Kidd                      Buck Lake, AB                                M      14       73, 75         148      
2      Brae Rogalczyk              Innisfail, AB                                    M      14       74, 75         149      
3      Casey Sliva                    Red Deer, AB                                 M      14       81, 78         159      
3      Harrison Kiziak              Fort Saskatchewan, AB                  M      13       78, 81         159      
Winner Quote: Tyler Kidd, 14, of Buck Lake,  AB: “It feels good winning two events in a row. Me and Brae were back and forth all day, our scores weren’t separated by more than one stroke until the 15th hole. Nothing was super stellar this weekend for skills that helped me secure the win, but my driving definitely helped me secure the win. Also my favourite memory of the weekend was winning the long drive award.”    
MJT Juvenile Boys: River Bend: Par 72, Ydg 6308, Slope/Rating 121/69.7
1      Brett Jones                   Calgary, AB                                 M       15       72, 69          141       
2      Christian Flick               Heritage Pointe, AB                   M       15       74, 69          143       
3      Mateo Kern                  Calgary, AB                                 M       15       77, 72          149       
3      Seth Murphy                 Lethbridge, AB                           M       15       77, 72          149       
Winner Quote: Brett Jones, 15, of Calgary, AB : “It feels good to get this win, as its early in the year and I worked hard in the offseason. I enjoyed playing River Bend golf course, it was in great shape! The part that really helped me secure the win was playing the last five holes four under.”
MJT Junior Boys: River Bend: Par 72, Ydg 6308, Slope/Rating 121/69.7
1    Solomon Decksheimer     Calgary, AB                        M    17    68, 69    137    Won Playoff
2    Connor Czirjak                  Calgary, AB                        M    16    66, 71    137   
3    Zachary Haydamack         Rocky View County, AB     M    17    75, 68    143   
Winner Quote: Solomon Decksheimer, 17, of Calgary, AB : “The playoff was awesome, I didn't look back much at the crowd watching but it felt pretty big. I drained a 20 foot putt for the win there,  it felt awesome! The three 20 foot putts in a row I made to take it home, was the best part of the tournament. The part that won me the game and the tournament this weekend was consistent shots off the tee and my putting.”
ATB Future Stars Invitational presented by ATB Financial at the Petroleum GC:
Solomon Decksheimer
Connor Czirjak
Brett Jones
Christian Flick
Zack Haydamack
Junior Americas Cup – Team Alberta
Solomon Decksheimer
Connor Czirjak
The next stop in the province is the highly anticipated MJT Humber College PGM Classic at Fairmont Banff Springs GC, in Banff, May 22-23, 2022. To see the full 2022 MJT schedule and upcoming events, please visit the MJT website.
About Edge School: Edge School is a unique learning community for children in Grades 4-12 to pursue academic excellence while striving to reach their full athletic potential. We accommodate the training requirements of a wide range of sports and disciplines and offer high-performance training in basketball, dance, figure skating, fitness, golf, hockey, and soccer. Edge also offers a training environment for student-athletes in sports (luge, equestrian, skiing, swimming, tennis, etc.) that require a flexible schedule to meet their needs. For more information, visit edgeschool.com.
About the MJT: The non-profit Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour is Canada’s number one-played Junior Golf Tour as well as the only national junior tour run exclusively by PGA of Canada Professionals and the ‘Road to College Golf’ in Canada. The organization is supported by valued Premier, Tournament and Product Partners. The MJT hosts close to 100 events across Canada, including free Ford Go Golf Junior Clinics, the MJT Mini Tour for 12U and multi-day events for competitive players aged 11-19 which also offer qualifiers for international tournaments. The program has annual awards, scholarships and incentives to help reward performance and participation throughout each season. MJT alumni include many Professional Tour players and PGA of Canada Professionals, as well as Canadian Amateur, National and Provincial Junior Champions. The MJT aims to develop champions, in golf and in life, promoting the game from grassroots through to the provincial, national, university and professional levels.
Media Contact:
Lauren Allard, Marketing