The Thompson Invitational kicks off September 22-23 at Oro Valley Country Club with tee times beginning at 11:15 a.m. both days. Notable Tucson-area junior golfers set to compete are all…
Founded in 1983, the Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is a non-profit organization that introduces Arizona’s youth to the game of golf and helps junior golfers develop golf and life skills through competitive programs and tournaments. In addition to developing programs at schools and assisting Arizona golf courses with their junior programs, the JGAA conducts more than 100 programs and activities, including etiquette clinics, tournaments, and college prep seminars throughout Arizona each year. The JGAA awards two scholarship funds annually to high school senior members of the JGAA for their college education – the Tres Arnold and the John Wolfinger Memorial College Scholarships. The JGAA’s strong belief in teamwork and cooperation continues to guide the organization and is instilled in all of its members.
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The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is hosting a fundraising event on Saturday, September 15th in which supporters play 100 holes of golf in one day. In its 17th year, participants first solicit sponsorship pledges ranging from 50 cents to $50 per hole before gathering at Mountain Shadows Golf Resort to play the 100 holes. All funds benefit local junior golf programs.
Mahanth Chirravuri of Chandler edged out fellow Chandler resident Ryan Macpherson (69-67) with a par on the first playoff hole to take the Chandler City Junior Championship at 8-under-par 136…
The Arizona sports landscape was a bit different back in 1986. There were no Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Coyotes or Arizona Diamondbacks. The Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers or Phoenix Rising? Not even close.
Laptops 4 Learning is a nonprofit organization focused on closing the technology divide, by getting a laptop into the hands of every Arizona student and veteran who needs support. L4L…
After a second-place finish last year, team Arizona, representing the Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA), won the 50th Hogan Cup, contested August 11-12 at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. The win marks Arizona’s second victory in the tournament’s 50-year history with the first coming 32 years ago in 1986.
Contested August 18-19, Nicholas Kling of Paradise Valley fired a pair of 2-under-par 69s (138) on TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course to win the Boys Championship division by two strokes over Alexander Yu of Gilbert, who finished at 2-under-par 140 (72-68) for the tournament.