Kansas City Junior Championship
The Kansas City Junior Championship originated in 2011 as the Heartland Junior Amateur and changed its name in 2014. The KCGA has premiere championships such as the Watson Challenge and the Prairie Invitational and wanted to create a regional championship for the junior golfers in the Kansas City area. This Championship is designed to provide a competitive opportunity for all juniors.The Kansas City Junior Championship is a 36 hole stroke play competition including a boys and girls division.
The champion in the boys division will receive an exemption into the Watson Challenge.
The champion in the girls division will receive an exemption into the Prairie Invitational.
The 2017 Championship is being held May 31 and June 1 at Brookridge Golf and Fitness.
Players must have an active Handicap Index at a KCGA member facility and are eligible to play through the summer following high school graduation provided they do not turn 20 before October 1, 2015.
The handicap limit is 9.9 for boys and 18.4 for girls.
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