Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Carrabassett Valley, Maine • Aug. 18 - 21, 2014
American Junior Golf Association • Contact: Tim Jackman • (803) 417-6274 • firstname.lastname@example.org
TOURNAMENT FACT SHEET
- Format: 72-player field, 54-hole Stroke Play event
- States represented: 18 and Puerto Rico
- Countries represented: Canada, China, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, South Korea and the United Kingdom
- The Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf is one of 14 events in the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series.
|Two for one|
|The Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf is being held in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Sugarloaf to allow more junior with opportunities to play in this unique event.|
|Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series|
|The Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf is one of 14 events in the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series. Specifically designed for boys and girls ages 12-15, the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series presents opportunities for younger players to develop their skills and earn entry into AJGA Open tournaments. The Series concludes with the Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NIKEGOLF over Columbus Day weekend for winners and top finishers in Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series events|
Schedule of Events
|Monday, August 18|
|2 p.m. shotgun||Practice Round|
|Tuesday, August 19|
|11:30 a.m. – 1:09 p.m.||First Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees|
|Wednesday, August 20|
|7 – 8:39 a.m.||Second Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees|
|Thursday, August 21|
|11:30 a.m. – 1:09 p.m.||Final Round off Nos. 1 and 10 tees|
|6 p.m.||Awards Ceremony|
Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort (July 28 - 31, 2013)
|1||Jack Porcelli||Princeton, N.J.||76–74–78—228|
|2||Drake Hull||Rutland, Vt.||77–72–80—229|
|3||Charlie Watson||(Canada) Toronto, Ontario||81–74–75—230|
|T4||Brian Carlson||Madison, Conn.||77–80–78—235|
|T4||Thomas Hixon||Rye, N.H.||77–77–81—235|
|1||Jiayu Kong||(China) Arcadia, Calif.||77–79–78—234|
|2||Radi Sauro||Lake Worth, Fla.||78–79–81—238|
|3||Madeline Chou||Santa Ana, Calif.||79–80–80—239|
|4||Julie Luo||Centreville, Va.||83–84–73—240|
|T5||Amy Ding||Lexington, Mass.||92–75–76—243|
|T5||Hiu Lam Vanessa Yan||Hong Kong, China||80–81–82—243|
The Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf will have AJGA communications representatives on hand to assist media throughout the week. Prior to the tournament the AJGA will provide information about the event and its participants, as well as assist with player interviews.
After each round, media officials on-site will write a recap with the day's results. These will be emailed to all media outlets. Interviews with AJGA Tournament Directors, Tournament Chairmen and juniors may be conducted before or after tournament rounds.
For more information about the AJGA and tournaments, please refer to ajga.org. Tournament websites are accessible from the homepage and include recaps, list of participants, tee times, live scoring, course and sponsorship information.
About the ACDS Junior All-Star Series
The Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf is one of 16 events in the ACDS Junior All-Star Series in 2017, which features the season-long campaign #RoadtoReynolds. The Series provides an opportunity for younger members, ages 12-15, to develop their skills and build Performance Based Entry status to earn entry into Open tournaments.
Reynolds Lake Oconee will host the Justin Rose Junior All-Star Invitational at Reynolds Lake Oconee, a 54-hole stroke play season-ending event in October on the Great Waters course. With the field determined by the AJGA Rankings and champions from the ACDS Junior All-Star Series, the Invitational caps-off the season-long Road to Reynolds campaign for players to earn entry.
American College Development Solutions (ACDS) assists junior athletes develop into College-bound student-athletes, helping to expand their academic, athletic, personal and cultural skill-sets, while guiding them towards their ultimate goal of joining the ranks of the NCAA. ACDS provides student-athletes with structured development and training programs according to authentic education and athletic preparation guidelines for College admissions, and opportunities for junior athletes to get exposed to College coaches. Operating in various countries, ACDS has become one of the world's leading College athletics development companies, pioneering a grassroots effort to educate international junior athletics communities of the realities of College sports in America. By focusing on long-term results, ACDS helps student-athletes live a more fulfilled and successful life at College and afterwards.
About Reynolds Lake Oconee
Located in the Georgia Lake Country nearly 90 miles east of Atlanta, Reynolds has been a world-renowned private Club and resort for almost three decades. The 10,000-acre private resort community features six championship golf courses, nine restaurants, The Ritz-Carlton®, fitness and tennis centers, miles of lakefront and walking trails, four full service marinas and a robust social calendar year round. With easy access to Atlanta's international airport, most of the country can be home at Reynolds after only one flight and an easy drive down Interstate 20 to Lake Oconee.
About Great Waters
The breathtaking Great Waters course at Reynolds Lake Oconee will serve as the host course of the Justin Rose Junior All-Star Invitational at Reynolds Lake Oconee. Eighteen major professional titles long ago cemented Jack Nicklaus' on-course legacy in golf history as one of the game's greatest performers. Golfers who play his Great Waters course at Reynolds will confirm his architectural skills represent another exceptional legacy. The dramatic signature layout of Great Waters, much of which winds among the tranquil coves of 19,000 acre Lake Oconee helped placed Reynolds on the map when the course opened in 1992.
Great Waters begins with a parkland-style front nine which meanders through rolling hills and thick forests. The gorgeous 9th is the first of the lake holes, as the water creeps in on the right side of the green. The back nine is a completely different experience, with eight of the final nine holes touching the lake.
About the AJGA
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. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls, ages 12-19) of more than 6,600 members from 50 states and 55 foreign countries. Through initiatives like the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant, a financial assistance program, and Leadership Links, a service-oriented platform that teaches juniors charitable-giving skills, the AJGA fosters the growth of golf’s next generation.
TaylorMade-adidas Golf became the AJGA’s National Sponsor in 2016 after more than 25 years of support. Rolex, which is in its fourth decade of AJGA sponsorship, became the inaugural AJGA Premier Partner in 2004. In 2017, adidas joined the AJGA as a Premier Partner, serving as the Official Apparel and Footwear of the AJGA.
AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. Former AJGA juniors have compiled more than 830 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia, Hunter Mahan, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Justin Thomas, Stacy Lewis, Ariya Jutanugarn, Alison Lee, Lexi Thompson, Inbee Park, Paula Creamer, Brittany Lincicome, Cristie Kerr and Morgan Pressel.