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The DeLaet Cup

DeLaet-Cup-Logo-Transparent-Cup-OnlyJuly 12-15, 2018
The Willows Golf & Country Club, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Formally known as the Junior Canada Cup, the DeLaet Cup is the only national junior Ryder Cup style event in Canada. A one-of-a-kind experience for the next generation of Canadian golfers, the competition will feature a 12-person team in a East vs West showdown. The event was developed to stretch beyond the typical stroke play format in order to provide juniors with the opportunity to test their skills in other formats, such as Four-ball matches, Foursome matches and Singles matches. Experience in these different formats serve as an excellent preparation tool for juniors, as it helps them gain exposure to different types of play and develop mental toughness.


East and West teams will consist of the following players:

  • Bantam Boys (U15) - 2 players
  • Bantam Girls (U15) - 2 players
  • Junior Boys (U19) - 4 players
  • Junior Girls (U19) - 4 players

Team West Qualifying Sites

B6 - June 2-3 at Hazelmere Golf & Country Club (Surrey, British Columbia) - Click Here
A4 - June 9-10 at Turner Valley Golf Club (Turner Valley, Alberta) - Click Here
S1 - June 23-24 at Dakota Dunes Golf Links (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) - Click Here

Team East Qualifying Sites

Q4 - June 2-3 at Falcon Ridge Golf Club (Ottawa, Ontario) - Click Here
AT3 - June 2-3 at Northumberland Links, (Pugwash, Nova Scotia) - Click Here
O8 - June 9-10 at National Pines Golf Club (Barrie, Ontario) - Click Here


Juniors who wish to qualify for either Team West or Team East must meet the following requirements:

  1. Juniors must play in the designated qualifier for their region
  2. Juniors must be a full member and in good standing with the Canadian Junior Golf Association
  3. Juniors who are selected to participate must reside in Canada
  4. Juniors must meet the requirement score for his/her age category:

Junior Girls – 160   Bantam Girls – 170 Bantam Boys – 158     Junior Boys – 148

Selection Process

The CJGA Selection Committee will determine the juniors who represent Team West and Team East by the following process:

  1. All results from the designated qualifiers are merged into one field per age category for each team
  2. Scores will then be adjusted based on the difficulty of weather conditions, course conditions, course slope, and course rating
  3. The adjusted scores will then be sorted by the committee
  4. Juniors with serious code of conduct violations will be removed from the list
  5. The juniors with the lowest adjusted scores in each age category will then be selected to represent either Team West or Team East
  6. Ties in the selection process will be decided by Section A of the CJGA Conditions of the Competition.

*Note: The CJGA reserves the right to select team members outside of qualifying requirements


About CJGA

No matter what your skill, there is a level for you in the CJGA’s 6-stage development program. The CJGA is an RCAAA (Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association) not-for-profit as designated by Revenue Canada (Registration Number 88873 8176 RR0001).

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