Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul repeats as World Junior Girls individual champion

September 28, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. – Canadian golf fans should take good note of Atthaya Thitikul’s name, as they will surely hear it mentioned again in the same breath as the game’s best female players. She is that good. And on Friday, her poise and talent were in evidence at Angus Glen Golf Club of Markham, Ont...

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Korea moving on up on moving day at World Junior Girls Championship

September 27, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. — Many golfers despise being interrupted by the elements when playing a round. But don’t say that to Team Korea. After a thunderstorm stopped play for just under three hours on Thursday during the third round, the Koreans rallied after play resumed to erase the four-stroke lead th...

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Thailand’s Thitikul surges to the lead after Round 2 of the World Junior Girls Championship

September 25, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. —There is something about Canada that brings out the best in Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul’s game and it was on full display today at Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham, Ontario, during the second round of the 2019 World Junior Girls Championship (WJG). Teeing it up from the 10th hol...

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Crowded leaderboard after day one of the World Junior Girls Championship

September 24, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. —The world’s best young female golfers took over Markham’s Angus Glen Golf Club on Tuesday as the 2019 World Junior Girls Championship got underway on one of the GTA’s favourite tracks. Under the watchful eyes of several NCAA golf coaches that have made the journey north, Roun...

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2019 opening-round pairings

September 23, 2019

Opening round pairings of the 2019 World Junior Girls Championship can be viewed here....

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Angus Glen Golf Club ready to host world’s best female junior golfers

September 23, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. — It is a field comprised of some of the planet’s best young female golfers that will display their skills at Angus Glen Golf Club, as the sixth edition of the World Junior Girls Championship gets underway from September 24 to 27. In total, 60 athletes representing 19 countries—i...

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Six athletes selected to represent Canada in World Junior Girls Championship at Angus Glen

September 10, 2019

MARKHAM, Ont. –  The world’s top 18-and-under female junior golfers will return to Angus Glen for the sixth edition of the World Junior Girls Championship from Sept. 24-27. As host nation, Canada will send two teams of three athletes to compete for the international title of World Junior Girls...

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How the World Junior Girls Championship became a must-attend event for NCAA golf coaches

September 21, 2018

OTTAWA, Ont. – Fifty-seven of the best young female golfers from 18 countries around the world will always draw a crowd – but not who you might think. Throughout the week at Camelot, several squad leaders from some of the biggest NCAA golf programs were seen around the course to take in the act...

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Italy hangs on in extra holes to win over USA at World Junior Girls Championship

September 14, 2018

OTTAWA, Ont. — It was a hotly contested finale at Camelot Golf & Country Club in Ottawa on Friday but when all was said and done, after a sudden death playoff on the 18th hole, it was Italy who prevailed over the USA to capture gold at the 2018 World Junior Girls Championship. The Italian te...

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Canada top scoring team on moving day at World Junior Girls Championship

September 13, 2018

If the second round was an all-Italian affair yesterday, it is Canada that led the charge on moving day at Camelot Golf & Country Club in Ottawa, where the third round of play for the World Junior Girls Championship took place. Vancouver product Tiffany Kong led the way for Team Canada One, who ...

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