Eighty-seven of the world’s best junior golfers will descend upon Toyota City, Aichi-Prefecture, Japan, to represent their countries when the TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2017 tees off on June 13. The Chukyo Golf Club’s Ishino Course will once again play host to the 25th annual event.
New Zealand Golf has selected an experienced boys side to compete at the 2017 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup at the Chukyo Golf Club with just one change from last year with Daniel Hillier (Wellington), Henry Spring (BOP) and Inia Logan (Otago) all returning, while in-form debutant Tom Parker (Canterbury) will join them.
The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2017 Supported by JAL is the world’s only junior golf championship in which 15 national teams – winners of regional qualifiers held across six continents and participated in by more than 65 national teams – compete for the world championship. Defending champion United States leads the boys’ field of 15 countries – Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, South Africa, Thailand and Zimbabwe.
The TOYOTA Junior Golf World Cup 2017 Supported by JAL – which follows a four-players-count-three scores format in the boys’ competition played over four rounds 13-16 June.
For more information, please visit www.wjgtc.org
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