Team BC returns to Portland to defend title at the 46th Hogan Cup

August 6, 2014
Morgan Gibbens (British Columbia Golf)

Richmond, BC (British Columbia Golf) – Team British Columbia is set to return to Portland, Oregon on August 8 – 10, heading Riverside Golf and Country Club to defend the title at the 46th Hogan Cup.

Under the guidance of coach Todd Spring, a team of four BC junior boys will compete against some of the top juniors from across the western United States in the 36-hole event.

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Second round of Canadian Junior Boys Championship suspended due to inclement weather

July 30, 2014
Katrina Owens (Golf Canada)

Niagara Falls, Ont. (Golf Canada) - Play at the 2014 Canadian Junior Boys Championship at Legends on the Niagara was temporarily suspended today due to dangerous playing conditions after strong storm cells rolled through the Niagara Falls, Ont. area Wednesday. Play was suspended for the first time at 11:12 AM EDT, and was suspended for the day at 4:15 PM EDT after an attempted resumption of play.

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Hawaii declared champions at 42nd Junior Americas Cup

July 31, 2014
Erin Lennox (CJGA) 

 

Vancouver, BC Golfers participating in the 42nd Junior America's Cup were faced with sunny skies again at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club as they entered the third and final round of this year's tournament. The Shaughnessy course really challenged the players each day as they all battled to take home the title. Hawaii team members were able to read the greens and master the course to be declared champions and take home the title.

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Team BC makes history at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games

July 29, 2014
 (North American Indigenous Games)

Regina, SK – Team BC has made history at the Regina 2014 North American Indigenous Games (2014 NAIG). They are the first team in the history of the Games to win both the Overall Team Title and the John Fletcher Spirit Award. The John Fletcher Spirit Award is presented to the contingent that best demonstrates the spirit of teamwork, fair play, respect and integrity throughout the NAIG competition week.

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