The McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour

Latest News from the Tour

McKiernan, Cronkwright Tops Today in Nanton

Aug 18, 2011

The penultimate regular season Tour event was held today in Nanton, as the 2011 Tour season winds down towards our 16th Annual Tour Championship coming up a week from Monday at Wolf Creek. John McKiernan of Calgary Elks fired a fine 3-under par 68 today to crush the field by 7 shots, while Ali Cronkwright of Priddis Greens had a narrow 1-shot win in the junior girls division. I just got back from Nanton ( the Deerfoot was a parking lot through Calgary!) and grabbing something to eat,,,will try to have the full results on the website shortly after 9 pm this evening.....Dunc

Srixon Order of Merit Updated Through Whitecourt

Aug 17, 2011

The Srixon Order of Merit standings have been updated up to and including yesterday's tournament in Whitecourt. With only two regular season events remaining on the 2011 schedule, races are really tightening up in all the divisions and a lot will depend on who makes road trips tomorrow to Nanton and/or Monday to McKenzie Meadows to earn ranking points before the Tour Championship, where points will double in value. The Top Ten and ties are listed in each division. Check out where you stand!

Exciting Playoff Today in Whitecourt

Aug 16, 2011

Another year, another playoff in Whitecourt. At a Tour site that seems to attract playoffs like flies to honey, the Whitecourt Junior Open today lived up to its reputation. With a sparkling new clubhouse overlooking the 18th green and players and spectators eagerly watching, Konrad Turcotte of High Prairie two-putted from 40 feet for par to defeat Josh Gorieu of Stony Plain after each player had navigated the tree-lined Whitecourt fairways in 77 shots. Full results will be on the website by 9:00 p.m. this evening.

Let's Talk About Deadlines!

Aug 15, 2011

Today's tour event in Stony Plain was a marvellous success. The course was in perfect condition, having recently hosted the Sun Life Financial Alberta Men's Amateur. The host club's committee did their usual bang-up job of pre- and post-round organization, with computer scoring, plenty of prizes and tons of fun for the kids. What could possibly have gone wrong? Well what went WRONG was several players left it too late to enter and missed the Saturday evening closing deadline for the tournament. Entry information was posted on the website well in advance, so no one can say they didn't receive plenty of advance notice. Same thing happened last week in Calgary for excellent tournaments at Pinebrook and Country Hills. One angry parent who phoned Stony Plain at something like 8 p.m. Sunday night wanting to enter their youngster in the event angrily told staff at Stony Plain that "...McLennan Ross events have NEVER had deadlines!" Kids,,Parents,,,please! EVERY Tour event has an entry deadline! Some courses try to accommodate as many players as possible by leaving their entry open as long as they can, but many events close off their entry at least a day or two prior to their events, and that is perfectly understandable. Tournaments take planning,,,making the draws,,advising food and beverage staff of numbers in attendance,,,preparing the golf course appropriately,,,accommodating members and green fee players when tournament entries fall short of completely filling a shotgun start. Life,,and junior golf,,,has deadlines. Obviously, we want to provide as many players as possible the opportunity to compete in our events, but we have to consider the needs of our host site partners in this venture. Entry information for the remaining three 'regular season' events on the 2011 schedule is elsewhere on the home page "News" section. Please read it closely to avoid any last minute disappointments.

Another "Career" in Stony Plain

Aug 15, 2011

In the nearly 16 full years of the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Tour, tens of thousands of rounds of golf have been played by thousands of the best junior golfers in Alberta, but today at Stony Plain, we had what is believed to be the first 9-hole score of 30 posted by a competitor. The fantastic score was turned in by 17-year-old Jordan Brown of Woodside GC in Airdrie, on his way to a brilliant 5-under par 67, low round of the day by four shots over A.J. Armstrong of Sturgeon Valley. Brown was a solid, if unspectacular 1-over par 37 at the turn, but he eagled both par-5s on the back side, threw in two more birdies for good measure, et voila! Thirty. Full results will be on the website by 9:45 p.m. this evening.

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Upcoming Tournaments

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Jun 24 Henderson Lake
Jun 28 Whitecourt
Jun 29 Barrhead
Jul 04 Innisfail
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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.