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  • Junior Presidents Cup

Junior Presidents Cup Teams Finalized

Twenty-four players, 12 international and 12 from the United States, have qualified for the 2019 Junior Presidents Cup hosted by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) and PGA TOUR. The event’s second edition will welcome players from 10 states, Australia, China, Chinese Taipei, India, Korea and South Africa. South Africa will have the most representation on the International Team with five, while two Australians – Karl Vilips and Joshua Greer – will have the opportunity to compete on home soil. North Carolina and Texas will be represented by two players each on the U.S. Team.
Overview: Junior Presidents Cup
In 2017, the PGA TOUR began a new chapter in Presidents Cup history by partnering with the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) to conduct the Junior Presidents Cup, featuring 24 of the best junior boys 19-years old or younger from the United States and around the world, excluding Europe. The two-day team event kicks off Presidents Cup week and offers fans the chance to see the Presidents Cup stars of the future. Junior Presidents Cup participants will have the unique opportunity to compete at Royal Melbourne prior to their golfing heroes taking center stage in the Presidents Cup, which commences on Thursday, December 12, 2019.
2019 Tickets
$10
For the first time, fans can buy tickets to attend the Junior Presidents Cup, held at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club, 8-9 December 2019. In addition to seeing the future of the sport competing, fans will get a sneak peek at the famed Melbourne Sandbelt venue which will also host the Presidents Cup a few days later. Buy in advance or at the gate. Kids under 5 receive complimentary admission.
Appleby, Leonard named 2019 Junior Presidents Cup Captains

Appleby, Leonard named 2019 Junior Presidents Cup Captains

Australia’s Stuart Appleby and the United States’ Justin Leonard as captains of the International and U.S. Teams, respectively, for the 2019 Junior Presidents Cup. The event will be contested for the second time Dec. 8-9, 2019 at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia just days before the Presidents Cup tees off at the same venue.
United States wins inaugural Junior Presidents Cup

United States wins inaugural Junior Presidents Cup

On day 2 of the 2017 Junior Presidents Cup, the United States clinched the inaugural Junior Presidents Cup when Garrett Barber won his singles match 4 and 3. The U.S. defeated the Internationals by an overall score of 14-10.
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