The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

Latest News from the Tour

How Does the Tour Work? READ THIS, PLEASE!

Jul 23, 2013

The Tour is now well underway with ten events in the books. I still am getting many phone calls and emails from parents and kids asking questions about how the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour works. What does it cost? How do I enter? Should I wear stripes with plaid shorts? Very important stuff! Please take a moment and look up on the Menu Bar on the top of the home page. See the FAQ icon? It's over near the right hand side of the menu. Got it? Click on it. There are 15 questions on there that should give anyone a pretty good understanding of how the Tour works and what is expected from competitors. If after reading through the FAQ section you still have unanswered questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Alex Corrigan, Claire Emery Take Top Honors in Turner Valley

Jul 22, 2013

Glencoe clubmates Alex Corrigan and Claire Emery captured the boys and girls divisions respectively this afternoon at the inaugural Turner Valley Junior Open, today's stop on the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Golf Tour, Presented by Mackay.ca. Corrigan's 76 was two shots clear of runner-up Michael Maye of the host club. Emery's margin of victory was also two strokes over Srixon Order of Merit leader Emily Creaser of the Derrick. Full results are now online. Click on the Turner Valley link in the "Latest Results" section.

Tour Moves South!

Jul 19, 2013

The Tour moves south next week with three events in the Calgary and southern Alberta area. Please read here for more information about the tournaments coming up next week...... More »

Srixon Order of Merit Standings Updated Through Camrose

Jul 19, 2013

After a busy week touring Central Alberta, I found the time this morning to update the Srixon Order of Merit standings up to and including yesterday's tournament in Camrose. We have new leaders in all four divisions, so please check the Srixon Order of Merit standings for the Top Ten and ties in each group.

Turcotte Wins Playoff; Creaser Runs the Table

Jul 18, 2013

Konrad Turcotte of High Prairie beat Nish Pilay of Windermere in the Tour's first sudden victory playoff of the year today at the beautifully groomed Camrose GC. Turcotte's par on the first extra hole was good for the win as Pilay had some tree troubles. Both players had fired rounds of even-par 71 to get into the playoff. On the junior girls' side, Emily Creaser swept the three Tour events this week, adding the Camrose title today to her earlier wins this week at Whitetail Crossing and Montgomery Glen. Creaser's 80 this afternoon under warm skies and light breezes was two shots clear of Kassidy Turcotte of High Prairie and kept us from a brother/sister daily double. Full results will be on the website by 9 p.m. this evening. 9:08 pm. Results are now online. I missed by 8 minutes.

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Upcoming Tournaments

Aug 22 Nanton
Aug 28 Tour Championship - Wolf Creek
Dec 25 Country Hills
Dec 25 Drayton Valley

Latest Results

Aug 17 Black Bull
Aug 15 Blackhawk
Aug 14 Stony Plain
Aug 10 Trestle Creek
Aug 09 Edmonton Petroleum Club
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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.

Contact Us

Parcom Marketing Inc.
#203 15023-123 avenue.
Edmonton, AB T5V 1J7

Phone: 1 780 424 1111 ext. 110
Toll-Free: 1 (888) 424-8304
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.