Canon Cup
 Old Sandwich Golf Club  • Plymouth, Mass.
 July 26 - 29, 2010

West Wins Sixth Consecutive Canon Cup, 25.5-24.5
Rachel Morris' 2-and-1 victory gave the West its sixth-consecutive victory at Canon Cup.
To the Very End
West Captain Jason Miller and East Captain Gus Montano anxiously wait the outcome of this year's winner. With the score tied at 23.5, who will it be? more
Tanco Topples Tubert
Victoria Tanco took down Emily Tubert, 4 and 3, to give the East a much needed point, but the East still trails 23.5-22.5. more
Hwang Takes Control, Wins in 12 Holes
Jay Hwang defeated Nicholas Reach, 7 and 6, for the first point of the day, giving the West a 16-15 lead. more
West and East End Day Two All Square
The East jumped out to early leads in the morning and afternoon, but the West battled back. Day two of the Canon Cup ends tied at 15. more
An Uplifting Afternoon
Emily Tubert drained a 70-foot bomb for par on No. 18 to secure a full point for the West during Wednesday afternoon mixed four-ball. more
East Staring Down Big Afternoon
With his team up in three of five matches, Oliver Schniederjans looks to add a fourth to help the East continue its success from earlier in the day. more
Midday Report (Wed.): Tug of War
Thanks to some timely 1-up victories, the East built some momentum and will begin the afternoon mixed four-ball matches with a one-point lead. more
Juniors Sport Their Polo Golf Uniforms
McInerney, Wibawa, Knox & Tomlinson wear their Polo Golf uniforms and are the final Wednesday morning foursome match. Check FootJoy Live Scoring for day 2 scores. more
East Team Behrs Down
Stephen Behr Jr. was one of three players on the East Team to record two wins on day one. Click here for full results. more
West Leads by Slim Margin
Andrew Levitt's birdie on the 18th hole secured a full point for the West. In all, the West won four matches by a 1-up margin on Tuesday. more
Talley & Tanco Score for the East
The East's Emma Talley & Victoria Tanco took the first point of the 2010 Canon Cup. Follow all the matches with FootJoy Live Scoring. more
Opening Ceremonies
The captains officially kicked off the 2010 Canon Cup at Monday's Opening Ceremonies. The teams will look for a fast start during Tuesday morning's 10 four-ball matches. more
Midday Report (Tue.): All Square through 10
The score may read 5-5 after Tuesday’s morning four-ball matches, but it took a big rally by the West to knot the score heading into the afternoon. more
  • West Wins Sixth Consecutive Canon Cup, 25.5-24.5
  • To the Very End
  • Tanco Topples Tubert
  • Hwang Takes Control, Wins in 12 Holes
  • West and East End Day Two All Square
  • An Uplifting Afternoon
  • East Staring Down Big Afternoon
  • Midday Report (Wed.): Tug of War
  • Juniors Sport Their Polo Golf Uniforms
  • East Team Behrs Down
  • West Leads by Slim Margin
  • Talley & Tanco Score for the East
  • Opening Ceremonies
  • Midday Report (Tue.): All Square through 10
Round 3: Story  
Round 2: Story  
Round 1: Story  
Pairings:  Thursday Singles
Pairings:  Wed. PM Mixed Four-Ball
Pairings:  Wed. AM Foursome
Pairings:  Tuesday PM Mixed Foursome
Pairings:  Tuesday AM Four-Ball
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GGP:  Canon Cup a Playground for Tomorrow's Stars
2009 Results:  West Wins Fifth Consecutive Canon Cup
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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Boys and Girls, ages 12-18
Field Size: 40
Format:  Team Match Play
Event Director: Andrew Greenfield
Tournament fee: $315

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