Tournament Play

“Top-Level Tournaments and Exposure to NCAA Coaches”

The students at GMJA enjoy tremendous advantages in their preparation for college competition as well as college entrance. They compete on the best junior tours in Canada, they receive guidance and exposure that leads to college scholarships, and their daily life is much like that of a college golfer. Our students put their PGA Tour level coaching to the test against some of the best players in Canada on the RCGA, BCGA, CN Future Links, AJGA, and etc.

Our coaches attend tournaments with the players, providing support, guidance, observations, advice on preparation, and post-round analysis. The tournaments hosted by RCGA, BCGA, CN Future Links and AJGA are heavily scouted by NCAA golf coaches, providing our students seeking college scholarships with exposure. They have opportunities to network with college coaches and to learn from the experiences of other junior competitors.  They also put their GMJA instruction to the test under tournament pressure, and gain valuable experience in tournament preparation, strategy and managing their games and emotions.


List of Tournaments and associations hosting tournaments:

- RCGA (Royal Canadian Golf Association)

-Canadian Junior Championship

-Canadian Amateur Championship

- BCGA (British Columbia Golf Association)

-British Columbia Junior Championship

-British Columbia Amateur Championship

- CN Future Links
- AJGA (American Junior Golf Association) – # of tournaments are hosted in western region of U.S.
- Canadian Optimist Junior Golf
- Callaway Junior World Golf Championships
- CJGA (Canadian Junior Golf Association)
- MJT (Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour

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Before the tournament, GMJA students will..

  • Play a practice round to chart the course, not to keep score.
  • Develop a game plan for the first day.
  • Spend enough time on the chipping and putting greens to get the feel for distance.
  • Eat a healthy dinner (no sweets, caffeine, alcohol).
  • Get a good night’s sleep.
  • Prepare equipment. Mark balls.
  • Relax by clearing all mind of problems.
  • Mentally rehearse playing first round.
  • Review the Etiquette & Rules of each tournament.