The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

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Bossert is the "Boss" at Goose Hummock

Aug 04, 2017

Jarrett Bossert of Belvedere fired his 2nd consecutive 74 this morning at Goose Hummock to capture the Goose Hummock Junior Open. Bossert's 36-hole total of 148 was two shots ahead of Cole Ruelling of Lewis Estates (76-74) and Mason Kucy (74-76) of Camrose who tied for runner-up. The results are a bit late onto the website tonight because I went across the city to Windermere GCC after we wrapped up at The Goose to watch several McLennan Ross Tour alums competing in the Mackenzie Tour professional event, including Wil Bateman of Edmonton. Bateman is the youngest-ever winner of a McLennan RossTour event, having won the Goose Hummock tournament with a one-day total of 73 when he was 11 years old. Full results from the Goose Hummock tournament will be on the Tour website by 9:30 p.m.

Srixon Order of Merit Updated Through Lacombe

Aug 03, 2017

The 2017 Srixon Order of Merit Standings have been updated up to and including yesterday's tournament in Lacombe. No new leaders in each of the four divisions, but plenty of shuffling up and down the Top Ten and ties in each flight. Click on the Order of Merit link on the Home Page to see the latest standings.

Draw is Ready for Final Round at Goose Hummock

Aug 03, 2017

Here is the draw for Friday's final round of the 36-hole Goose Hummock Junior Open. Should be an exciting day, with six players within three shots of the lead.... More »

Duffin and Hartzler are Champions in Lacombe

Aug 02, 2017

Cam Duffin from the Red Deer GCC took his first McLennan Ross Junior Tour title today in a 3-way sudden-victory playoff, making par on the first extra hole to defeat Tyler Watt of Innisfail and Arthur Deng of The Winston GC in Calgary. All three shot rounds of 3-over par 74 over the beautifully conditioned Lacombe layout. We had a one-hour delay due to fog hovering over the golf course (see the attached picture taken at 9 am), but once it lifted, it was a gorgeous morning for a junior golf tournament. In the junior girls' division, Abi Hartzler of Carstairs also captured her first Tour win, shooting a 79 that was two shots clear of Brooke Brezovski of Sturgeon Valley. After a short break to get some supper, we will get the full results up on the website by around 8:30 p.m. this evening. More »

Noskiye, Johnston "Smoke 'Em" in Canmore

Jul 31, 2017

With smoke from BC's wild fires obscuring the towering Three Sisters Mountains overlooking the golf course in Canmore, Austin Noskiye of the Links at Spruce Grove and Carly Johnston of the Edmonton Petroleum Club came out on top today at the Canmore Junior Open. Noskiye fired a steady 1-over par 72 for a one shot margin of victory over Richard Dou of Canyon Meadows, while Johnston's fine 74 was six shots clear of Hunter Schmidt of Dinosaur Trail GC in Drumheller in the junior girls' division. We are having technical problems with the Tour website tonight, kids, so the full results may not get online until some time on Tuesday. Sorry about that! OMG - STOP THE PRESSES!!! 11:47 p.m. Monday night,,,it worked!!! Got the results online. Off to bed. ZZZZZZZZZ....thanks for your patience,,,,Dunc

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About Us

The 2018 season will be the twenty-third for the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour. The Tour is organized through the offices of ev+ AGENCY in Edmonton. ev+ AGENCY is a full service advertising and marketing agency with an extensive background in the golf industry in Alberta.

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The Executive Director of the Tour is Dunc Mills. He can be reached on his cell phone at 1 (780) 446-5537 or by e-mail address at:

Code of Conduct

The McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour takes great pride in the quality of its competitors, its host facilities, and the support provided by our Corporate Partners. The efforts of the administrative staff and the volunteers that go into making the Tour so successful demand a very high standard of behavior and decorum from the competitors. We have therefore developed a formal Code of Coduct modeled on that of Alberta Golf that provides a set of guidelines for the young men and women that wish to compete in McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour events.