The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf.


Canon Knows How

1997 East Canon Cup team/PICTURED: (top, from left) Scott Wingfield, David Gossett, Erik Labitzke, Lucas Glover, John Engler, Team Captain Mark Lofye, Ryan Hybl, Mike Austin, John Klauk, Michael Maness, Bubba Watson; (bottom, from left) Beth Bauer, Kari Damron, Candy Hannemann, Young-A Yang, Reilley Rankin, Cimmie Shahan, Heather Angell, Leigh Anne Hardin, Angela Jerman, Katy Wilkinson.

For 16 years, Canon and the AJGA have combined to create one of the most enduring events on the AJGA schedule. The Canon Cup has been creating memories since 1990 with a list of past participants full of today's biggest stars.

As one of the AJGA's Official Partners, Canon is a key contributor to the growth and stability of the Association. By hosting the nation's premier team event, Canon ensures the quality of AJGA play is at junior golf's highest level.

Canon also provides the AJGA with the equipment that made the company renowned throughout the globe. Digital cameras, printers and camcorders are a few of the valuable electronic products produced by Canon and used by the AJGA at events across the country.

Canon's vision and support of this event is crucial to its success. On behalf of participants, volunteers and staff, the AJGA expresses its sincere gratitude for the generous support Canon gives to the AJGA in general and to this event in particular.

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Since 1990, Canon has supported junior golf and the American Junior Golf Association. The Canon Cup has produced countless memories while focusing the spotlight on golf's next generation of champions.

Last year, the East Canon Cup team completed an impressive two-day rally to edge the West 25 ½ to 24 ½.