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Player of the Year

Junior Golf Association

Since 2000, the section has been awarding junior golf Players of the Year awards(both boy and girl awards) will be determined by adding the junior player performance points accumulated from each of the major championships and each PGA Junior Golf TOUR event in which a JGA member participates. The Player of the Year winners will be presented awards by the Connecticut Section PGA and honored along with the Connecticut Section PGA Professional Player of the Year at the section's Special Awards Banquet on Monday, December 1, 2014.
Player performance points are awarded to JGA members in the 13-18 age division and 12 & under division based on place finish among JGA members. In the case of ties, player performance points will be totaled then divided by the number of places tied and distributed accordingly. The only exception for this is when there is a tie for first place and a playoff determines a champion. Then the champion will receive the total first place points.  


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Former JGA Players of the Year




2013 Angela Garvin Aaron Donnelli
2012 MacKenzie Hawkes Michael Thibodeau
2011 Abbey Doski Patrick Albanesi

Elizabeth DiVincentis

John Flaherty


Elizabeth DiVincentis 

Jack Linehan


Albrianna Farnum

Joshua Edelson


Elizabeth Monty

Mike Bernard


Laura Monty

Adam Vaccari


Laura Monty

Cody Palladino


Holly Snyder

Cody Palladino


Jessica Steward

Brent Palladino


Melanie Kier

KJ Camera


Jessica Steward

KJ Camera


Juli Wightman

Steve Grise





Sheary and Van Ness Take Titles at the 4th Annual Cas Coscina Memorial Junior Open

Champions Crowned at Stanley Golf Course

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (July 24, 2014) – A record field size of 130 boys and girls participated today in the 4th annual Cas Coscina Memorial Junior Open at Stanley Golf Course. Champions Mikayla Sheary (79-86-165) and Gabe Van Ness (70-74-144) were presented with their trophies in the girl’s and boy’s divisions respectively by Connecticut Section PGA Professional Hall of Fame member Dennis Coscina. Angela Garvin (82-84-166) and Brian LeBlanc (70-75-145) were runners up. The Cas Coscina was the second of four 36-hole ranked tournaments on the Connecticut PGA Junior Golf TOUR.
Thank you to host professional, Kyle Hedstrom, and his staff at Stanley. A special thank you to sponsors, U.S.A. Hauling & Recycling, Inc. and Prize Possessions.

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Liu and Garvin Capture 2014 Connecticut Section Junior PGA Championship

SOUTHWICK, Mass. (July 3, 2014) - Jason Liu (2017) of Windsor, Conn., and Angela Garvin (2019) of Feeding Hills, Mass., won the 2014 Connecticut Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armour and Genesis Networks today, Thursday, July 3, 2014, at The Ranch Golf Club in Southwick, Mass. The field consisted of 160 of the area’s most talented junior golfers, making the competition a great test.
By winning the boys’ and girls’ divisions respectively, Liu and Garvin qualified for the 39th Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armour and Genesis Networks, July 29-Aug. 1, 2014, at Miramont Country Club in Bryan/College Station, Texas. Lui posted a final-round of one-under-par, 71, for a two-day total of an impressive, five-under-par, 136. Liu won the event with a solid four-stroke victory over Nicklaus Harrington (2015) of Chaplin, Conn.
Garvin and defending champion, Marissa Grillo (2014) of Avon, Conn., tied for first place in the girls overall division with a two-day total of eight-over-par, 152. Garvin fired a three-over-par, 75, in the final round to force a sudden death playoff. The pair started off strong by birding the first hole. They stayed consistent with each other until the fifth playoff hole where Garvin captured the victory with a birdie.




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