Category: Junior Golf
The Houston Golf Association Junior Golf staff attended the PGA/USGA Rules of Golf Workshop in San Antonio. It is our goal to be knowledgeable of the rules and to provide the best experience possible to our players. This year brings in a new edition of the Rules of Golf, and we wanted to share just a little bit of what we learned. Read More »
There are two opportunities for HGA Junior Golf members to get involved during the Shell Houston Open. Read More »
Below is a list of our current scheduled tournaments including Performance Series events and the Greater Houston City Junior Match Play Championship. Read More »
HUMBLE, TX (Sept. 1, 2014) – Adam House, 16, of Rockwall claimed the Boys Division title and Emma Ballard, 17, of Kingwood won the Girls Division at the inaugural Shell Houston Open Junior Championship played on the Tournament Course at the Golf Club of Houston. Read More »
The Houston Golf Association is excited to announce that a state-wide Championship will be added to the 2014 Junior Golf schedule. The first annual Shell Houston Open Junior Championship will be held at Golf Club of Houston (Tournament Course) August 30-September 1, 2014. This 54 hole event will be an Invitation-only regional tournament, looking to attract the best juniors in the state of Texas to the Houston area. 54 Boys and 30 girls will round out the field, for three days of 18 hole rounds. Exemptions can be earned through our Texas Junior Golf Alliance partners, as well as through some of the HGA Junior Golf Performance Series events. Click here to see the full list of exemptions. Read More »
HUMBLE (September 10-11, 2011) – Cody Hebert of Katy won the Boys Division and Kayli Quinton of Cypress three-peated in the Girls Division of the Greater Houston Junior Championship at Redstone Golf Club – Tournament Course.
Hebert, 17, earned his title by shooting 72-75—147, 3-over par on the 6,996-yard layout where the Shell Houston Open PGA TOUR event is played. That was 2 shots better than Barrett Hennington (73-76), Patrick Bailey (74-75) and Benjamin Arnett (76-73), all at 149. First-round co-leader Mario Carmona (72-78) finished alone at 150.
Quinton, 17, who trailed by four shots after opening with a 79, was the only Girls Division player to match par 72 the last round. Her 151 total was three shots better than Taylor Stockton (77-77) and four better than Emily Gilbreth (80-75). First-round leader Courtney Zietsman of Cypress (75-82) finished fourth at 157.
2011 Junior Championship Scores
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