The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

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Allred is All RIght at the Pete Club

Aug 13, 2014

Keaton Allred of The Quarry sunk a 6-foot birdie putt on the 1st extra hole of a sudden victory playoff today to capture the 2nd annual Edmonton Petroleum Club Junior Classic. Allred and Kolby Vold of Wolf Creek had tied over the 18 holes of regulation play with even-par 72s. On the Junior Girls' side, Kassidy Turcotte of High Prairie duplicated her score of 80 from yesterday in Whitecourt, and once again it was good enough for a win, 6 shots clear of Alicia Easthope of Sandpiper. Full results from this terrific junior golf tournament will be on the Tour website by 4 p.m. today.

The (Double) Eagle Has Landed!

Aug 12, 2014

Justin Berget of Stony Plain made only the third double-eagle albatross in Tour history today in Whitecourt en route to posting a 1-under par 71 to capture the Whitecourt Junior Open. Berget needed every shot as the host club's Colton Ulrich fired a career-low 74 for 2nd place with Branton Tessier of Whitecourt and Zach Thys of The Links at Spruce Grove T3 on 75. Full results will be on the website by 9:30 p.m. this evening.

AJ is A-OK! Armstrong wins in Stony

Aug 11, 2014

With arguably the strongest field of the year on hand today at the Stony Plain Jr Open, 2013 Tour Champion and 2014 Alberta Golf Willingdon Cup member AJ Armstrong still had to be considered the pre-tournament favorite. Form held as AJ fired a 7-birdie, 1-bogey 66, three shots clear of Andrew Harrison of Camrose and the host club's Justin Berget. Alicia Easthope of Sandpiper captured the girls' division with an 82, one shot ahead of Windermere's Rayna Oosterhuis. Full results will be on the website by 9:45 p.m. this evening.

Big Week on Tour Coming Up!

Aug 09, 2014

A four-events-in-four-days week is coming up as the Tour heads into the home stretch leading up to the 19th annual Tour Championship at Wolf Creek GR on August 25th. Read on for more information about all four events...... More »

Armstrong, Harrison Confirmed for Stony Plain

Aug 08, 2014

In the 19-year history of the Tour, we have never had a current Willingdon Cup player compete in a Tour event, but that seems ready to change on Monday at Stony Plain. Defending Tour Champion AJ Armstrong of Royal Mayfair was part of a history-making triumvirate of three Alberta juniors who swept the 2014 Alberta Golf Willingdon Cup berths for the Canadian Amateur Championship two weeks ago. Turcotte, Tyler Saunders of Glendale, ( two-time Tour Champion) and Jack Wood of Banff made this historic sweep, and AJ plans to enter Stony Plain on Monday in order to try to qualify to defend his Tour Championship. We also learned tonight that Andrew Harrison of Camrose, the 2013 Golf Canada Canadian Juvenile Champion, will make his first start of the 2014 Tour season on Monday. If you want to see where your game stacks up against these two top Alberta Juniors, get your entry in for Stony Plain NOW!!!!

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Upcoming Tournaments

Jun 16 Henderson Lake
Jun 28 Barrhead
Jul 03 Innisfail
Jul 09 Pinebrook GCC
Jul 10 Carstairs GC
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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: 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.