The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

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Innisfail, Lacombe Up Next on Tour

Jul 02, 2016

The Tour swings back into action on Tuesday, July 5th in Innisfail and again on Wednesday, July 6th in Lacombe for two of the longest-running events on the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour. Innisfail is hosting the Sun Life Financial Alberta Men's Amateur championship in a couple of weeks and from all reports, the course is in fantastic condition. We also expect a terrific event in Lacombe on Wednesday next week. Entries are still open for both events. Tee times in Innisfail will be a cross-over starting at 11 a.m. and the Lacombe tournament will be a shotgun start at 9.

Aces Wild in Barrhead!

Jun 30, 2016

Two holes-in-one, two worthy champions, a LOT of interesting rulings, and one 90-minute lightning and rain delay, but we got 'er done today in Barrhead. Kaiden Nicholson of the Edmonton CC and Hailey Turcotte of the Mighty Peace GC in Peace River won their respective divisions today, and two players made aces as well! Full results will be on the website by 9 p.m. this evening.

Nick Rimmer Wins at Age 13! Turcotte Take Girls' Division in Whitecourt

Jun 29, 2016

Nick Zimmer of the Derrick Golf and Winter Club became one of only a handful of players aged 13 or less to win a McLennan Ross Junior Tour event today in Whitecourt. Rimmer, who won't turn 14 until November, fired a steady 4-over par 76 today on the tight, tree-lined fairways and immaculate greens of the Whitecourt GCC to edge Austin Noskiye of The Links of Spruce Grove and Sam Hamelin of Pheasanback by a single shot. In the junior girls' division, Hailey Turcotte of the Mighty Peaces GC shot an 88 to win her flight. Full results will be on the website by 8 p.m. this evening

Tour Swings Back Into Gear This Week

Jun 27, 2016

With the school year nearly complete, the 2016 McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour schedule starts to heat up this week with two events. More »

Spriddle, Joseph Beat the Winds in Lethbridge

Jun 19, 2016

Home from the road! Longest road trip of the Tour season is now out of the way after the windup today of the 36-hole Henderson Lake Junior Open in Lethbridge. After a lovely day on Saturday with warm skies and light breezes, today brought out some of the more predictable strong southern Alberta winds. Lachlan Spriddle, 18, of the host club and 14-year-old Chelsea Joseph of Lethbridge Country Club tamed the conditions the best today and captured the junior boys and junior girls divisions respectively. Spriddle's 36-hole total of 74-81 (155) was a single shot clear of Country Hills' Matthew Tse (76-80) with Taber's Andrew Makarchuk (79-78) another shot back in third place. Joseph fired steady rounds of 87-89 to earn her first McLennan Ross Tour win. Full results will go up on the website Monday morning, but for now, I'm heading for bed after a 5-hour drive home! Monday - 8:27 a.m. - full results are now on the website in the Results section. Sleep? What's sleep?

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About Us

The 2017 season will be the twenty-second for the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour. The Tour is organized through the offices of Parcom Marketing Inc. in Edmonton. Parcom Online is a full service advertising and marketing agency with an extensive background in the golf industry in Alberta.

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Phone: 1 780 424 1111 ext. 110
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Fax: 1 (780) 424-2884

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: dunc@parcommarketing.com

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.