The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

Latest News from the Tour

Ruelling Goes Back-to-Back: Three-Way Tie in Junior Girls at Montgomery Glen

Jul 18, 2018

Cole Ruelling, 16, of Lewis Estates took down his second McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour event in two days this afternoon at Montgomery Glen GC in Wetaskiwin. After a one-hour rain and lightning delay, juniors from across northern Alberta took to the surprisingly dry fairways of the Montgomery Glen layout. Ruelling fired a steady 1-over par 73 to pip Broadmoor's Chase Bodoano by a single shot. In the junior girls' division, we had a rare three-way tie for Low Gross honours, or was that a 2 1/2 way tie? Derrick's Wingnean sisters, Kaitlyn and Alexa, and Bashaw's Jenna Sand, all fired nice rounds of 84, but Kaitlyn's round comes with an asterisk because she took on the boys today by playing from the Blue tees. More on that later! Full results from today's tournament will be on the Tour website by 7:30 pm

Ruelling, Banack Scorching at Whitetail Crossing

Jul 17, 2018

The only thing hotter than the temperature today was the fine play of several junior golfers on hand for the Whitetail Crossing Junior Open in Mundare. Cole Ruelling,16, of Lewis Estates fired a solid even-par 72 to take the junior boys' title, but he needed every shot to edge Jonathan Meng of Windermere and Colin Pasitney of St. Paul by a single shot. In the junior girls' division, Zoe Banack of Edson made her first start on Tour this summer a memorable one as her 87 bested four other junior girls. Full results are now on the Tour website.

Titleist Order of Merit Standings Up To Date Through Olds

Jul 16, 2018

The 2018 Titleist Order of Merit standings have now been updated and posted up to and including last Wednesday's tournament at Olds. Click on the Order of Merit link on the home page and see the Top Ten and ties in each age division. Standings will be updated again at the end of our three-events-in-three-days swing this week.


Jul 16, 2018

We need to remind entrants for next Monday's Tour event at RedTail Landing that the club does not own any pull carts. Juniors planning to compete in the Monday, July 23 McLennan Ross Tour event will either have to bring their own pull cart or be prepared to carry your clubs. We wanted to make sure all the players were aware of this. Thanks. Also, it will an 8 a.m. shotgun start, not 9 a.m. as previously advised on the website. Our apologies for any confusion.

This Week On Tour

Jul 15, 2018

It promises to be a busy week on the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour. Not only are we looking forward to temperatures in the 30 degree range the next few days, we have three terrific golf courses lined up ready to host junior golfers looking for fun and competitive opportunities. We regret we had to cancel the Drayton Valley event tomorrow, but read on for more information about the other three tournaments on later in the week.....Tuesday, Whitetail Crossing GC in Mundare; Wednesday, Montgomery Glen GC in Wetaskiwin, and Camrose GC on Thursday. All three are 9 am shotgun starts and all three have spots open for juniors looking for great competitive opportunities. Call the courses early this week to enter.

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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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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:

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.